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Photo: Hand carved and jointed ‘Gigi’ wooden cats; Maker: David Cousley; Photo credit: Craft NI

1845: Memento Mori

Ulster American Folk Park 2 Mellon Rd, Omagh

1845: Memento Mori is a famine memorial and glass installation of 1,845 blown glass potatoes dedicated to the 19th-century Great Irish Famine, created by Seattle-based Irish artist Paula Stokes. 1845 … Continue reading 1845: Memento Mori


Sculpture in Context 2021

National Botanic Gardens National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin Ireland D09 VY63, Dublin

Sculpture in Context is celebrates its 35th anniversary and 20 years exhibiting in the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin in Dublin. Bringing together the work of over 140 artists using a … Continue reading Sculpture in Context 2021

Michael Moore: Intersect

Marketplace Theatre and Arts Centre Armagh

Intersect presents a collection of sculpture made by Michael Moore since January 2018. It researches mapping of locality. It examines how clay forms interplay and balance, exploring precarious constructions. Grid … Continue reading Michael Moore: Intersect


British Ceramics Biennial

Spode Factory, Stoke-on-Trent Stoke-on-Trent

British Ceramics Biennial returns to Stoke-on-Trent with a vibrant five-week festival of new artist commissions, exhibitions and hands-on events that celebrate the life, character and creativity that ceramics bring to … Continue reading British Ceramics Biennial

Handmade Oxford Online


From 15 - 19 September, Handmade Oxford Online will feature some of the UK’s most talented contemporary craft makers. Visitors will be able to browse and shop through an extensive catalogue of handmade products from a wide range of disciplines, including fashion and jewellery, glass and ceramics, prints and textiles, and sculpture and wood. In … Continue reading Handmade Oxford Online


Make a Hedge Chair

Green Woodwork Ireland Minnowburn Wardens Office BT8 8LE, Belfast

5 Day course with Green Woodwork Ireland Sat 25th & Sun 26th Sept, Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd Oct, Sat 9th Oct Stephen Ryan will teach you the skills needed … Continue reading Make a Hedge Chair


Goldsmiths’ Fair 2021

Goldsmiths' Hall London

Goldsmiths’ Fair is an annual selling event and exhibition showcasing a curated selection of work by some of the best fine jewellers and contemporary silversmiths creating and making in the UK today. It is widely regarded as an essential stop in the international fine jewellery and contemporary silver events calendar. The Fair has taken place … Continue reading Goldsmiths’ Fair 2021


What Colour is Metal?

Dublin Castle Dame St, Dublin

Group exhibition considering the relationship between metal and colour in contemporary silversmithing and jewellery, with a mapping of relationships and practice in key centres internationally. It examines approaches ranging from … Continue reading What Colour is Metal?

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