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All donations received by June 1, 2017, will be listed on the “Friends of the Masters” page of the Furniture Masters 2017 Design Book. You'll receive a complimentary copy along with our thanks.

We appreciate your support of the American Furniture Masters Institute, a non-profit, 501(c)(3), organization dedicated to the art and education of fine furniture making.

 

To make a tax deductible contribution to the Alden Artisan Advancement Scholarship

NHFMA is now proud to offer the Alden Artisan Advancement Scholarship to help support an aspiring student or apprentice in furthering their career as a professional furniture designer/maker. The recipient of the scholarship will receive $1,000 towards the development and promotion of an original furniture piece which will then be on exhibit at the group’s annual Furniture Masters Main Event in the Fall. The Main Event is an opportunity to exhibit alongside established makers and interact with current and past patrons in an intimate setting. 

Alden Scholarship
Tom McLaughlin, right,  working with New Hampshire Prison Outreach student.

Tom McLaughlin, right,  working with New Hampshire Prison Outreach student.

2017 Alden Award recipient Grant Burger meets with Furniture Master Greg Brown to review the design for his exposition piece.

2017 Alden Award recipient Grant Burger meets with Furniture Master Greg Brown to review the design for his exposition piece.