<em>Edit Event</em> Showcasing Craftsmanship at 5 Carlos Place
8 May
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9 May
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MATCHESFASHION.COM’s 5 Carlos Place, a fashion retail experience in Mayfair, hosts contemporary artist Katja Angeli showcasing her work throughout the townhouse.

MATCHESFASHION.COM is the modern luxury shopping destination with a fashion point of view. This London Craft Week, discover...

<em>Edit Event</em> 235: Celebrating 235 Years of John Smedley’s British Craftsmanship
8 May
1020
9 May
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10 May
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11 May
1020

John Smedley, the oldest knitwear manufacturer in the world and artisan of fine knits, presents a year-long exhibition at the St James's Market Pavilion. 235 celebrates Smedley's history, future and range of British craftsmanship in association with The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship...

<em>Edit Event</em> Female Founders in British Craft
9 May
1820

Female Founders Present hosts a pop-up and panel discussion on the opportunities for female founders in the context of sustainability, British manufacturing and luxury retail. Chaired by Phoebe Gormley, founder of Gormley & Gamble, Savile Row for Women and member of Allbright’s U30...

Create Event
8 May
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This exhibition presents a number of designer-makers from Zhejiang and Hangzhou, fusing traditional craft with the power of innovation.

The Zhejiang Traditional Craft Innovation exhibition is based on the design and interpretation of five traditional materials – bamboo, wood,...

<em>Edit Event</em> Making Chelsea: A Talk and Tour on Curating a Characterful Area
11 Mar
1012

Crafting the neighbourhood for over 300 years – from exquisite detailing on historic buildings to the wider urban environment, past to present, micro to macro – join Cadogan to discover Chelsea from the perspective of the craftsmen who made it.

<em>Edit Event</em> Restoring a London Legend
8 May
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9 May
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Visit Belmond Cadogan Hotel and join a dedicated tour to view many of the original pieces on display throughout the hotel, by mainly British artists. Discover not only the artwork but the craftsmanship and original details found throughout the historical property. 

The hotel, which...

<em>Edit Event</em> Battersea Power Station Presents: The Prince’s Trust Tomorrow Store – A Showcase of Trust-Supported Entrepreneurs
10 May
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11 May
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12 May
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Meet the makers behind the innovative brands of The Prince’s Trust Tomorrow Store. Learn about their craft and try something new in a variety of creative workshops, from candle making to print making.

The Prince’s Trust is delighted to be represented in this year’s London Craft Week by...

Create Event
8 May
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9 May
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Visit Rolls-Royce’s Berkeley Square showroom to view a unique contemporary expression of British craftsmanship, showcasing the marque’s continued commitment to handcrafted perfection as well its understanding of modern patrons of luxury.

<em>Edit Event</em> AMAZING CHINA: A Multidisciplinary Exhibition of Chinese Arts & Crafts at The Hospital Club
10 May
1420
11 May
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12 May
1016

Visit The Hospital Club for a visual feast of Chinese craftsmanship. Creations on display range from Chinese-style clothing and embroidery to ceramics and clay figurines. An opening reception, masterclass and demonstration take place on Friday 10 May.

During the three-day exhibition,...

<em>Edit Event</em> The Art of Collaboration
8 May
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9 May
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Headlined by The Duel, a unique ping-pong table created with Martin Kemp Design, Little Halstock stages a showcase of making, including examples from their collaborators, illustrating the marriage of processes and skills required to craft innovative and narratively-rich pieces of functional art...

Adrienne Jacobson

Adrienne Jacobson is an art and innovation educator who passionately merges science, technology and art in her classroom and her own designs. Her current projects include working with a US-based startup, STEMgem, to extend the creative and educational possibilities or their wearable smart device...Read more

Alice Klouzková

Alice Klouzková is an acclaimed Czech fashion designer, curator and lecturer whose main focus is on traditional handcraft techniques and their use in contemporary fashion. In her own artistic practice, she often employs indigo print, a technique she promotes herself worldwide. She is the curator...Read more

Alison Crowther

Born in Keighley, West Yorkshire in 1965, Alison Crowther is a sculptor and furniture maker working exclusively with English Oak sourced from UK woodlands. Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1989, she has received a number of substantial commissions including Winchester Cathedral...Read more

Barnaby Barford

Barnaby Barford’s work explores the fundamental questions driving human nature in terms of our hopes, dreams and aspirations, our fears, frailties and failures, of what drives us to constantly want more, and society’s incessant need for growth. Working with words, he makes sculptures and...Read more

Bernd Radaschitz

Born and raised in Riegersburg, Austria, Bernd Radaschitz is a fourth-generation master craftsman. Bernd attended the renowned Master College of Cabinet Making in Graz to study Creative Design, Technical Design and Business Administration. He also carried out a three-year apprenticeship at his...Read more

Blue Firth

Nottingham-based Blue Firth is a trained artist graduating with a Masters in Fine Art from the Royal Academy Schools. Her work is exhibited regularly in the UK and across Europe, pivoting from graphic design and screen-printed pieces to textural, quietly decorative ceramics. In a bid to increase...Read more

Bridget Harvey

Bridget Harvey is a maker, curator and activist working at the intersection of craft, design, making and remaking. Through her practice, Harvey playfully examines the ‘optional durability’ of our possessions and questions consumption and production, ownership and materiality. She tinkers with...Read more

Christopher Kurtz

American maker Christopher Kurtz (born 1975) studied sculpture at the Kansas City Art Institute (1994-95), Landscape Architecture at The GSD at Harvard University (Career Discovery Program) ('98) and subsequently obtained a BFA in sculpture from The New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred...Read more

Georgia Bosson

Georgia Bosson Studio creates contemporary, colourful and tactile designs which are applied to a studio product range stretching from textiles to trays. The studio collection is all hand screen printed and made in the UK, with an emphasis on environmentally sound materials and production methods...Read more

James Shaw

James Shaw is a graduate of the Royal College of Art's Design Products programme and now runs a studio in South London specialising in the design and manufacture of bespoke and production furniture and products, sculptural objects and material research.Read more

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