A Reminder About Studley Tickets

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With the exhibit of the Studley tool cabinet and workbench only days away (May 15-17, 2015, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa), Don Williams is fielding a lot of questions about tickets. Here are some frequently asked questions about tickets, books and art prints:

Will you be mailing my tickets?
No. The ticket purchases are recorded electronically. Don will print the entire list out, then check you off the list and hand you your timed ticket when you check in at the Scottish Rite Temple. You will show it at the door of the exhibit hall and be ushered in. Just to make sure, it would be a good idea to bring your PayPal receipt with you just in case something gets missed.

I ordered my copy of ‘Virtuoso’ to be picked up in Amana, can I pick it up at the exhibit?
No. You need to pick up your copy at the Lost Art Press booth in the Festhalle Barn. John will have a list of everyone who ordered a book and asked to pick it up in Amana. It would be a good idea if you brought your receipt with you, but if you don’t have it, we’ll work with you.

How can I get my book signed by the author and photographer?
There are three book signings scheduled at the exhibit in Cedar Rapids:

Friday at 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday at 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday at noon to 1 p.m.

More details are here.

If I ordered ‘Virtuoso’ before Handworks, will I receive a commemorative postcard?
Yes, you will.

Where can I get a Studley poster?
There will be 100 commemorative art prints for sale at the exhibit only. None at Handworks. Details here.

— Christopher Schwarz

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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10 Responses to A Reminder About Studley Tickets

  1. Stumpy Nubs says:

    You mean you think people will actually READ the answers to their questions? Good luck with that!… by the way, Will you be mailing the tickets?…

  2. Is there a way to change the time on a ticket that I already purchased? Assuming there is availability at the new requested time.

  3. diceloader says:

    Any chance of a video of how all the parts of the cabinet operate for those of us on the other side of the world who can’t make Handworks?

  4. nickster01 says:

    I attended two showings last Saturday, and Don (and his staff’s) very hard work was obvious. The exhibit was wonderful in every way, a fitting tribute to such a masterpiece that may well never see another public showing. Thank you to the owner for sharing it with us. Naryan’s poster was well worth the price, I got the second to last one and it’s utterly beautiful. Thank you Don, for taking the time to chat with everyone who approached you, and for working so hard to share H.O. Study’s masterpiece with the world.

  5. nickster01 says:

    I attended two showings last Saturday, and Don (and his staff’s) very hard work was obvious. The exhibit was wonderful in every way, a fitting tribute to such a masterpiece that may well never see another public showing. Thank you to the owner for sharing it with us. Naryan’s poster was well worth the price, I got the second to last one and it’s utterly beautiful. Thank you Don, for taking the time to chat with everyone who approached you, and for working so hard to share H.O. Studley’s masterpiece with the world.

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