At 3pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday during MADE LONDON, we will host ‘in conversation’ live talks with various creators talking about aspects of their work. On Friday 21st, we welcome Dr Nicola Thomas, a senior lecturer in cultural geography who explains why geographers are so interested in craft! On Saturday 22nd, basketmaker Annemarie O’Sullivan,… Read more »
Early bird tickets are available for MADE LONDON here until Sunday 16th October. Buy yours now for £7.50. Tickets on the door cost £10, under 14s free.
Jeweller Gaby Casemore had so many lovely conversations at MADE BRIGHTON with people about their family lockets and what they mean to them – she even had two women almost in tears – that she really realised how precious they are for families and their history. Gaby started thinking about a locket for her daughter,… Read more »
Ulli Kaiser has made this beautiful new brooch out of an old Victorian pin cushion based on the children’s song “Soldier, Soldier, Won’t you Marry me”. The brooch is made from a Victorian pin cushion (including pins), antique metal beads, 18t gold and sterling silver and will be coming to MADE LONDON.
Chris Boland has a couple of his rings on display at the Millennium Gallery in Sheffield as part of their Made in Sheffield exhibition. He will also be giving a talk on his work there on 20th September. The exhibition celebrates everything made in Sheffield, from Hendersons relish to jet engines, well worth a look! Chris will be showing and… Read more »