<em>Edit Event</em> From the Base up: The 620 Chair Programme
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The immaculately engineered and comfortable seating-system designed, produced and sold by Vitsœ since 1962 is now wearing beautifully tailored linen upholstery. Handmade in Warwickshire and built to last a lifetime and more. Discover the crafted ingenuity at Vitsœ, Marylebone Lane. 

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<em>Edit Event</em> Communal Weaving with TOAST
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Join fashion and lifestyle brand TOAST and Freeweaver Saori Studio to learn the basics of handweaving and contribute to a communal handwoven installation.

TOAST aspires to a slower and more thoughtful way of life and believes in the importance of supporting and sustaining traditional...

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<em>Edit Event</em> FORM MADE FROM
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Where does craft sit in conversations about twenty-first century art and design? Graduates of the 2019 Crafts Council Hothouse present FORM MADE FROM: an exhibition of investigations into shape, process and material. This group of innovative makers demonstrate a mastery of ancient skills and...

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<em>Edit Event</em> 'What Follows' by Sian Evans Jewellery & Pond
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Sian Evans & Pond come together to exhibit jewellery collections which seek to extend the life of materials. At the installation, the jewellers present their design process and working practices through their individual approaches to sustainability and traceability.

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<em>Edit Event</em> Transcending Boundaries: Contemporary Lacquer Art & Metalwork in Taiwan
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Although craft in Taiwan is seen by many as a traditional cultural practice, a new generation of young Taiwanese craftspeople are exploring and challenging its boundaries. Combining long-standing craft conventions with innovative new ideas and practices, Taiwan is at the forefront of...

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As part of their ongoing commitment to championing craftsmanship and working with independent designers and makers, Heal’s has brought together a collection of handmade ceramics in their flagship Tottenham Court Road store. 

These beautifully made pieces are created by hand and...

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Mizuyo Yamashita is a Japanese ceramicist based in London. Mizuyo’s work focuses on making tableware and home decor objects mainly on the potter's wheel and applying surface decorating techniques that stem from Japanese and Korean traditions such as shinogi, mishima and kohiki.

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<em>Edit Event</em> Brilliant Hues: Icheon Ceramics at Han Collection
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As specialists in Korean crafts and antiques, London-based Han Collection introduces some of the finest pieces of Korean art, partnering with Icheon City, South Korea, a UNESCO City of Crafts and Folk Art, where Korean traditional techniques for ceramic production are preserved and passed on....

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30 Sep 108 Oct 20

Showcasing for the first time in the UK, Ikai Asai presents a ‘table of inspiration’ – a selection of handcrafted pieces created in collaboration with artists, artisans and designers from India, celebrating the country’s legacy of craftsmanship.

Folk is excited to exhibit these works...

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This London Craft Week, explore under the bonnet of British craftsmanship with an exhibition of millinery inspired by the elegance and artistry that go into building a luxury Bentley motorcar. Curated by Rachel Trevor Morgan, Edwina Ibbotson and Noel Stewart, this showcase brings together work...

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<em>Edit Event</em> Blown, Bound and Bold at Vessel Gallery
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Emerging artist Chris Day makes his debut at Vessel Gallery.

The artist, who worked for more than two decades as a self-employed plumber before discovering glass, has produced a series of highly personal pieces that discuss and investigate the treatment of black people in Britain and...

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Emerging makers and staff from The School of Art, Architecture and Design present work in the historic setting of St Botolph without Aldgate. Drawing on the rich social context of the church, the work will give insight into craft as process and it's essential role in human connection

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