Ane Christensen

Ane Christensen grew up in Copenhagen and moved to London in 1993 to study a HND (Jewellery Design) at Sir John Cass Faculty of Art. She went on to work as an assistant for two designer silversmiths and completed her MA (Metalwork & Silversmithing) at the Royal College of Art, before...Read more

<em>Edit Event</em> Breakfast Tour of Henry Moore: The Helmet Heads
9 May
0810

Enjoy breakfast in the Wallace Collection restaurant, followed by an out-of-hours tour of the groundbreaking exhibition Henry Moore: The Helmet Heads with curator Dr Tobias Capwell.

Henry Moore: The Helmet Heads is the first major exhibition to explore the great 20th-...

<em>Edit Event</em> Copper Sculpture with Sadie Clayton
8 May
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Artist Sadie Clayton hosts sculpture workshops in the Lobby of Ace Hotel London where, for the first time, she guides participants through the processes she uses to create with her signature material, copper – the element believed to bring good luck.

Sadie’s architectural approach to...

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8 May
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1017

London Bronze Casting: The Collection is a showcase of 25 artworks in bronze by contemporary artists and designers, hosted by Squire & Partners at The Department Store. The works – including Slave by Toby Ziegler, The Astronomer by Studio Toogood and Power...

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An exhibition showcasing metalwork by Ane Christensen and jewellery by Daphne Krinos, highlighting the common threads that run through both makers’ practices. Alongside finished pieces, the designers display models and objects that help reveal their making process.

Ane Christensen is an...

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10 May
1720

An installation rising through the heart of The Gaslight, a redeveloped historic building in Fitzrovia. A presentation is given by the fabricators, architects and developer to provide insight into this unique project, where high quality craftsmanship is embedded into the fabric of the building...

<em>Edit Event</em> Cox London: A Passion for Bronze – Making the Mould
8 May
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9 May
1018

Explore the making process of a sculptor, from concept to completion, at Cox London gallery. Drawings, maquettes and finished work are exhibited alongside a demonstration of mould making.

Cox London showcases the journey of making, from initial concept to realisation of a new design,...

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9 May
0916

The origins of lost-wax casting date back thousands of years. With little change made to today’s process, watch as Collier Webb’s craftsmen demonstrate this time-honoured technique, widely acknowledged as the best form of metal casting for fine detailing. Alongside this, a breakfast reception...

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9 May
1821

Enjoy an introduction to the LANSERRING workshop in Riegersburg, Austria from the comfort of the brand’s Notting Hill studio. Using immersive VR programming, CEO Bernd Radaschitz showcases how LANSERRING is marrying a century of heritage and craft with today’s innovative technology.

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Christopher Cox

Born into a family of antique dealers, spanning several generations, Chris was surrounded by the decorative arts. The work of sculptors and painters as well as design by celebrated furniture artisans was omnipresent. He became passionate about becoming an artist from an early age and his chosen...Read more

David Snoo Wilson

In 2012, David Snoo Wilson started Bristol-based travelling foundry Ore and Ingot, sharing and teaching metal casting and taking commissions. He also became a scholar of The Queen Elizabeth Trust (QEST)    

In keeping with his aim to preserve traditional arts in contemporary practice,...Read more

<em>Edit Event</em> JIZAI by Haruo Mitsuta at Daiwa Foundation Japan House
8 May
0917
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0917

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation hold an exhibition, JIZAI by Haruo Mitsuta, during London Craft Week at Daiwa Foundation Japan House.

Mitsuta is a contemporary artist who makes Jizai Okimono - flexible animal figures made from metal pieces - which replicate the movement of...

Leszek Sikon

Originally from Poland, Leszek Sikon came to the UK twelve years ago as a middle manager in the retail sector. Unfulfilled, and knowing he wanted to create something that would last, he left to undertake a blacksmithing course at Hereford College of Arts.

Leszek has subsequently developed...Read more

Sadie Clayton

Sadie Clayton’s architectural approach to avant-garde shaping draws on her own personal spirituality and references to the metaphysical properties. Her garments and sculptures combine voluminous shapes, twisted proportions and crystalline surface textures. Sadie uses copper to express her...Read more

Yusuke Yamamoto

Yusuke Yamamoto graduated from Musashino Art University, in Japan in 2004. He is fascinated by the behaviour of water and cloud, petals, and grains of trees. Shaping metal with hammering and chasing, each stroke expresses a story and an emotion. He exhibits and sells his award-winning pieces...Read more

<em>Edit Event</em> MDR Gallery: Alu!
8 May
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MDR Gallery present an exhibition of works in aluminium by designers Wendy Andreu & Bram Vanderbeke, Radek Husak, Sigve Knutson, Silo Studio, and Studio Vit. 

Works in aluminium: Brushed, cast, cut, drawn, hammered, polished, spun.

Aluminium is the third most common element...

Tom Winstanley

A 2007 graduate from the Royal College of Art, Tom freelanced in Art Foundries, taught in Universities and was the Chelsea College of Art Foundry Fellow before launching London Bronze Casting LTD in 2014.

Early on, Tom recognised that remarkable objects could only be made by understanding...Read more

Vincent Jack

Born in Africa, son of a Zimbabwean sculptor, art has always been a resounding part of Vincent’s family life and initiated his creative calling from a young age.

Upon completing school, Vincent moved to England and studied Fine Art in order to evolve his strong urge to express himself...Read more

Kei Tominaga

Trained and educated in Tokyo, designer and metalsmith Kei Tominaga now resides in London to produce architecturally inspired metal objects, jewellery and wall panels. Kei’s award-winning collections have gained her significant press worldwide and her work is stocked through notable retailers...Read more