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MAC Craft Fellows

Saturday 3rd November 2018 – Sunday 24th March 2019

Region: Midlands

Over the past 9 months MAC has supported five recent graduates on their journey from postgraduate to confidently working as professional makers.   They were each commissioned to make new work to showcase the journey they have been on during the fellowship programme and this exhibition is the culmination of their hard work. The MAC Craft […]

Nearly Neon

17th January - 27th April

Region: Midlands

‘Nearly Neon’ will be sure to brighten up your Winter months and welcome in the Spring with vivid and vivacious pops of colour. This exhibition showcases the best in contemporary craft that celebrates the use of bright and bold colour.

Justine Allison ‘Shifting Lines’

2nd February - 31st March

Region: Wales

“Justine has her own language of clay. Balanced between functional and sculptural, her ceramic practice is rich and original. With a profound understanding of her materials and a honed visual aesthetic, Justine’s vessels are resolved. It is such a pleasure to have this solo show by Justine as the opening exhibition in the second series of The Language of Clay. 

Certaine Wytches Fear, Myth & Magic

23rd March - 6th May

Region: South West

Through a series of large and small-scale knotted tapestries, artist Anne Jackson explores the ideas of witchcraft and historic witch-persecution across Europe, both as commemoration and as a metaphor for our contemporary fears. The word witch often signifies an outsider who is seen as frightening or difficult. She is sometimes seen as the wielder of […]

MADE London – Canary Wharf

28th-31st March

Region: London

An exciting free contemporary design and craft event bringing together around 120 of the best craft talent in the country. MADE LONDON – Canary Wharf returns this March. The venue is the East Wintergarden at Canary Wharf – a soaring vaulted parabolic glass arch designed by Cesar Pelli. The Wintergarden is in the heart of Canary […]

The Selvedge Fair – Bath

30th March

Region: South West

Tea, cake and plenty of textiles from the team behind Selvedge Magazine.The team behind the cult magazine Selvedge bring a curated collection of fifty merchants and makers to Bath.  The fair  offers the perfect opportunity to meet makers, catch up with old friends and pick up that special  something. See their website for more details.

York Open Studios 2019

Sat 6th - Sun 7th April and Sat 13th - Sun 14th April

Region: North East

York Open Studios is an annual community arts event which celebrates the best artists and makers living or working within a ten-mile radius of the city. Each year York Open Studios provides an opportunity for the public to visit artists’ studios and exhibitions.

London Craft Week

8th - 12th May 2019

Region: London

From 8th – 12th May 2019, the fifth edition of London Craft Week takes up residence in the capital. This annual event showcases exceptional craftsmanship through a journey-of-discovery programme featuring hidden workshops and unknown makers alongside celebrated masters, famous studios, galleries, shops and luxury brands. Follow the link below for details and their programme of […]

Spring Fling

25th - 27th May

Dumfries and Galloway host an incredibly exciting open studios event where we’re invited to meet artists and makers whose doors are not usually open to the public, try your hand at a new skill or simply hop from studio to studio through some of Scotland’s most delightful scenery.

Narrative: Contemporary Craft & Art Fair

25th - 26th May

Region: South West

A new collaborative event is coming to Cornwall involving students and some of the best makers and artists in the South West. This family-friendly, relaxed weekend has been designed to encourage people to meet and talk to makers and artists about their stories, processes and inspirations and relax and enjoy lunch on the campus lawns […]

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