London Craft Week is a response to a renaissance in the appreciation of creativity and craft; to the role of hand, head, unique skills and true talent. It is another example of what, at its best, the world’s creative capital does so well – mixing glamour with cutting edge; heritage and contemporary and the commercial with the cultural.
Guy Salter, OBE MVO, Chairman of London Craft Week
In the spirit of underpinning the maker industry, Holly Wood curates ‘300 Objects: An Inaugural exhibition for Modern Day Patron,’ inside Quadrant Arcade that features an array of emerging talents championed by a panel of guest curators including designer interior architect Martin Brudnizki and design curator Kristen de le Vaillière.
Sujata Burman, Wallpaper*
Whether your intention is to consume or simply converse, if you appreciate beauty and the value of craftsmanship, then London Craft Week is one of the month’s must-visit events.
Charlotte Abrahams, FT How To Spend It
From a day of global creativity to emerging designs uncovered, London Craft Week hones in on the reassuring nature of craft and the community. [...] Its slow-paced, thoughtful approach is one that is much needed right now. Returning for its sixth edition, London Craft Week mindfully supports makers this year through a handful of interesting initiatives.
Sujata Burman, Wallpaper*
With the economic downturn experienced this year, it is a crucial moment for the craft community to rally together and support each other as we emerge into a post-pandemic world...Hence the role of London Craft Week this year is more important than ever in supporting these skillsets which have formed the backbone of the modern economy. Coupled with this, the values of buying local, and buying less but better, are fundamental to the implementation of a sustainable future ahead.
Roddy Clarke, Forbes
Since 2015, every Spring, Londoners have descended upon some of their city’s favourite venues and glitzy hotspots to enjoy swathes of events and exhibitions that celebrate the finest that British art and craftsmanship has to offer. From avant-garde art shows and fashion jaunts to pottery workshops and music collaborations, the London Craft Week 2020 returns in its sixth edition to entertain and engage visitors and Londoners alike with offerings of creativity and cultural experiences.
Shaikh Ayaz, Architectural Digest
My only question is, why has nobody thought to organise a dedicated week to celebrate craft in London before? ...having proved itself world class when it comes to design, jewellery, fashion and art (which already have their own weeks) London’s inaugural Craft Week seems long overdue.
Henrietta Thompson, The Telegraph Luxury
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