London Craft Week returns to the capital for its fourth edition from 9-13 May 2018. Celebrating outstanding British and international creativity, this year the festival brings together over 200 established and emerging makers, designers, brands and galleries from around the world.
Authenticity is at the heart of London Craft Week and the programme aims to attract a broad audience united in their appreciation of imagination, individuality, passion and skill. A curated programme of events across London allows visitors to create their own itinerary, meet the makers and gain access to exclusive exhibitions, demonstrations and workshops.
London Craft Week reflects a global trend, with increasingly discerning visitors searching out objects of beauty and substance against a flowering of craftsmanship worldwide. It bridges iconic heritage and contemporary brands as well as independent makers and allows them to tell their stories. Each year, with the city as its backdrop, our week-long event shines a spotlight on artists and makers and celebrates a golden age of creative talent.
CAA presents Echoes of Process by Metalsmith Adi Toch, alongside a Demonstration by Ceramicist Sasha Wardell
Henry Poole & Co Ltd: The Craft Behind Making a Bespoke Dinner Jacket
Modern Prêt-à-Couture at Delpozo
The Alchemy of Glass at FBC London
Weaving Rattan Lighting at Soane Britain
Revealing the Secrets of Essential Knitwear at John Smedley
1920s-Inspired Fragrance Workshop at Floris
Young Masters presents Jo Taylor, Lucille Lewin and Tessa Eastman at The Arts Club
Mulberry: Celebrating a Passion for Making
LOCAL HEROES: Clive Christian Furniture Celebrates Regional Design and Manufacture in Britain
Sublime Symmetry – Celebrating De Morgan at Guildhall Art Gallery
Our Constant Work: Artist Christie Brown on Developing Ludus Est for the Museum of Childhood
Make a Turkish İznik Tile at the Yunus Emre Institute
|Duration||09 May 2018 - 13 May 2018|
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