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THE PRINCE’S FOUNDATION

Preserving the World’s Sacred Crafts

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EVENT DETAILS

Exhibition
9 May 2022 - 13 May 2022, 11:00 - 16:00

VENUE INFORMATION

The Garrison Chapel

8 Garrison Square, Chelsea Barracks
SW1W 8BG

Preserving the World’s Sacred Crafts

BOOKING INFORMATION

FREE

The Prince’s Foundation’s exhibition celebrates the charity’s fascinating history, with a focus on the work it does to champion and preserve heritage craft skills. Through the prism of craft, architecture and art, explore The Prince’s Foundation’s history, principles, aims, projects and education programmes. Expect to see pieces ranging from furniture to textiles to original artworks created with traditional methods from around the globe.

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About

‘The Prince’s Foundation: An Exhibition’ is hosted by The Prince’s Foundation at The Garrison Chapel, an art gallery run by the charity at Chelsea Barracks. Through the prism of craft, architecture and art, this exhibition celebrates The Prince’s Foundation’s history, principles, aims, projects and education programmes, with a particular focus on the work being done by the charity to champion and preserve heritage craft skills. 

Amongst other items, visitors have the opportunity to view works that have been handcrafted by students, staff and alumni from The Prince’s Foundation. Visitors can expect to see pieces ranging from furniture to textiles to original artworks created with traditional methods from around the globe.

The free exhibition is open and accessible to the public between the hours of 11am and 4pm, Monday to Friday, for the duration of London Craft Week, and continues until Friday 27 May.

Image credit: The Prince’s Foundation at London Craft Week 2021, Dan Weill Photography

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