|Birth date: 05-29-1915|
|Date of death: 05-06-2004|
|Country of origin: Denmark|
|Primary Occupation: Woodworker|
|Secondary Occupation: Teacher|
|Spouse(s): Emma Frid|
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1 Tage Frid was a native of Denmark who helped revive the art of handmade furniture in the United States. Mr. Frid, who was long associated with the Rhode Island School of Design, was both a highly influential teacher and an innovator whose approach was at odds with that of many furniture designers. Mr. Frid arrived in the United States in 1948 along with his friend Jack Prip, a silversmith, after being recruited by Mrs. Aileen Webb, founder of the American Crafts Council, to teach at the new School for American Craftsmen in Alfred, New York. Tage moved with the school when it was shifted to the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1950, and in 1962 he went to the Rhode Island School of Design to head its department of woodworking and furniture design until his retirement. Beginning in the mid-1970's, Mr. Frid began to reach woodworking students outside his classes. He was a force in starting Fine Woodworking magazine. Mr. Frid's foremost writing achievement, the three-volume Tage Frid Teaches Woodworking (Taunton Press, 1993), is still in print and remains one of the most respected set of manuals on the subject.
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