Our member Jane Moore is showing at The Barbican until December 24th.
We are now inviting applications from professional designer makers working in Britain or Ireland for Selected, our online gallery. A Standard page featuring images, contact details and some descriptive text is free of charge, whilst there is a small annual fee for a Premier page.
And everyone with a page on Selected is automatically entered for our 2016 Craft & Design Selected Maker Awards , where the top prize for our 2016 Selected Maker of the Year includes a front cover feature, a year’s promotion and a nice fat cheque for £1,000!
There are lots of other prizes too of course, with 6 Gold awards and 12 Silver awards being given. We’re closing for applications at the end of November, well ahead of the online vote opening on 1st January, so designer makers who would like to be considered for Selected and also have a chance to become our 2016 Selected Maker of the Year, should please submit their application before then.
5th March 2016 and 11th March 2017 at
6 Queen Square
Walford Mill, Dorset. 12th September – 31st October 2015.
An exhibition showcasing a selection of makers specialising in Enamel including Fiona Hesketh, Stacey Bentley, Kathryn Partington, Liana
Pattihis and Jane Moore.
Six of our members exhibited at Goldsmiths Fair recently.
Part One: 22 – 27 September 2015, Melanie Ankers (Kokkino), Scarlett Cohen French and Alex Raphael
Part Two: 29 September – 4 October 2015, Ruth Ball, Tamar de Vries Winter and Melissa Rigby
British Society member Gillie Hoye Byrom would like to share details of her e-book, e-course and videos about enamel painting.
Vitreous enamel painting has been neglected over the years. Now for the first time there is a book on the subject. Gillie Hoyte Byrom who has over 35 years experience, has written her treatise “The Practice of Painting in Enamel.” She fully describes all the methods she was taught when she trained in Barcelona in 1990, besides giving comprehensive instruction in enamel painting techniques she has developed in creating miniatures to commission. Read more
British Society of Enamellers exhibit in Northampton 4th October – 14 December 2014
This multi- award winning venue deserves a brief introduction since it attracts a large number of visitors and is situated in the recently designated Culture Quarter of Northampton. 78 Derngate was a small Georgian terrace house dramatically remodelled by the Glasgow designer and architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1916/17.
1st July to 31st August 2015
The Museum voor Vlakglas- en Emaillekunst is celebrating its 10th anniversary and Jan Klink, the curator, is organising a year long celebration by arranging six special exhibitions of two months each. British enamellers have been invited to exhibit from 1st July. to 31st August.
The exhibition will be dedicated to the Dutch painter, Hieronymus Bosch and the exhibitions may be seen as an introduction to the year of Hieronymus Bosch which will be celebrated in the Netherlands in 2016. There will be an exhibition of work by Dutch enamellers in the main room of the museum at the same time.
All work submitted for consideration should have relation to or be inspired by the work of Hieronymous Bosch. For more information about his work, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hieronymus_Bosch
For full information about submitting your work, please contact email@example.com
Handmade in Britain and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew are pleased to announce the launch of a new international craft show, Handmade at Kew. Taking place in October 2015 this is an exciting new consumer event for Contemporary Crafts at the prestigious UNESCO world heritage site, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. The show offers individual designers alongside groups, galleries and organisations an inspiring location to exhibit exquisite work of high quality, tradition and heritage to a discerning audience.
This unique collaboration between Handmade in Britain and Kew supported by CRAFTS Magazine draws on a wealth of event experience within the sector and an extended network of supporters, advisors and partnerships to deliver an exciting new addition to the craft calendar.We are inviting your organisation to apply to take a stand at the show.
Please do visit our website
The deadline for applications is 6pm on Thursday 30th April 2015.
As an organisation with an interest in contemporary crafts we would like to introduce SITselect to you and a new initiative that we are launching in October 2015.
SITselect is an established and highly acclaimed arts organisation based in Stroud in The Cotswolds and we organise year round events that attract visitors to the region from all over the UK, supporting and profiling artists nationally and internationally. We love everything to do with contemporary crafts and the applied arts and we like to inspire surprise and excite audiences through showcasing the very best work from applied artists, makers, designers
The Select Showcase is a new 3 day event in our annual calendar. The Select Showcase will be an inspiring three days, showcasing the best in British contemporary craft and design, in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere in the heart of the Cotswolds. Part of this major new event will be exhibitor stands where designer makers can exhibit and sell work, meet future clients. In addition there will be talks, demonstrations, workshops, bookshop and book signings and our renowned conference.
To find out more and register for the showcase please go to sitselect/showcase
Closing date for applications is April 30 2015.
If you feel passionately about making and fine craft then SITselect is for you. We would love you to join our creative network of designers, artists and craftsmen.
To find out more about us click on the link to our website here; www.sitselect.org
or if you would simply like to sign up for our newsletter please click here sitselect.org newsletter
Sarah Condie, SITselect Showcase, firstname.lastname@example.org