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  1. Last year, we have founded a major event for the first time in İzmir. The “INTERNATIONAL VIOLIN and BOW MAKING WORKSHOP and EXHIBITION”, co-founded by Andy LIM, the founder of Darling Publications from Germany, and me, Murat Ufuk GÜLER, had brought together more than twenty instrument making students all around Turkey with distinguished instrument makers such as Nicolas GILLES (Violin Maker, France) Wolfram NEURETHIER (Violin Maker, France) Boris FRITSCH (Bow Maker, France) and Josef Peter GABRIEL, (Bow Maker, Germany) who were awarded in international competitions. During the workshop, sponsored by IKSEV (İZMİR FOUNDATİON FOR CULTURE, ARTS AND EDUCATİON) and Dokuz Eylul University, two violins and six bows were put into production by students.The exhibition which was held in MUZIKSEV, the first music museum of Izmir, consisted of a partial selection of Andy Lim’s bow collection and the participants' violins and instruments. This year we will reorganize the event again between 12-16 December 2016 as The SECOND INTERNATIONAL VIOLIN and BOW MAKING WORKSHOP and EXHIBITION. We will complete the bows and violins that were not completed last year. Likewise the last year, we will have concerts and seminars that bring violin making students and the musicians from Turkey and abroad together for five days in a festival mood. Also nearly 20 violin makers, mostly from Turkey, besides France, Germany, Spain and Italy will exhibit their instruments. This will be the biggest instrument making organisation in Turkey so far.
  2. Hi gang! Long time reader but first time poster here. I'm looking to take on the project of making my first ever bow, and was wondering if anybody knows of an online source where I could get snakewood and pernambuco blanks for the job. Thanks for the help!
  3. Hello all. I am new here and if you can give me any advice I would greatly appreciate it. I am going to start making bows. It is a horrible idea. There are few to no learning resources in my area and I really have no skills, but I've set my heart and head to the task. I am beginning with a class on rehairing in June by a well reputed maker. I am reading all the material I can find and watching every video (making, wood carving and tool sharpening) I can find to get a visual idea...repeatedly. I have started accumulalting some tools: Block plane, Hock violin knife, cheap miniature planes, cheap trim plane, round file, half round file and flat file, razor saw, scroll saw, junk hand drill mount to use as a drill press, alcohol lamp, some Stanley Sweetheart chisels (1/2" and 1/8"), gauge for graduating sticks and most likely some others I am forgetting. I have plans to purchase a Taig lathe in the next year, as well as a band saw, however, I'd like to stick to hand tools as much as possible so a foret may be in my future. I have started practicing rehairs on cheap bows that I own, and practicing planing sticks and carving hatchets from woods that I have on hand (red oak which I know isn't anything like pernambuco, and purpleheart, persimmon and osage orange which at least is of a similar hardness to pernambuco). So I guess my question is can this be accomplished by somebody with virtually no direct guidance, only tenacity and time? I plan on attending more workshops like Oberlin, Rodney Mohr and Lynn Hannings bowmaking/restoration courses, but that will be over several years. I appreciate any input you have, i.e. tool suggestions, materials and suppliers suggestions, psychiatrists, etc. Nick