Living Object showcases the pinnacle of modern studio ceramics
Going Viral is a showcase for work that absorbs, questions and re-invents ceramic tradition.
Using new methods, extreme excellence in traditional crafts such as throwing, as well as playful re-interpretation of decorative traditions, the eight makers extend the vocabulary of modern studio ceramics.
These makers are able to continue working safely in small studios and at home on kitchen tables during lockdown. The work will be presented virtually from a purpose-designed space, the Living Object gallery in Stepney, East London.
The exhibits and their placement in the gallery will be revealed first virtually through wireframe computer models. The process of making, delivering and exhibiting will be documented in a series of Instagram posts. The final reveal will include a series of virtual private views where artists and curators walk their virtual visitors through the show.
The Living Object spatial design is by Philip Hughes. Graphic design by David Sudlow Designers.
We love this idea from Pop Up Maker Store friend and alumni Emma Carlow….
Show your love and appreciation for our National Health Service! Get a Tattoo! Don’t worry, you don’t have to get a real one. You can say thank you by buying this A6 sheet of 2 temporary tattoos or a tattoo for your window. All the proceeds will go to a fund for much needed PPE (personal protectional equipment) for the NHS. Spread the love by buying them for friends and family too. They are easy to post and will cheer someone’s day. Post photographs of you wearing them on Instagram and tag me (@emmacarlow) so I can see just how fine you look. Thanks for your support!
Update: After much deliberation around the ongoing uncertainty around cornonavirus, Brighton Design Show have made the decision to postpone to Spring next year. 8 -11 April 2021 – Please put the date in your diary and join us then! All tickets will be honoured but if you cannot make the new dates in April 2021 please contact email@example.com
4 DAYS OF DESIGN IN BRIGHTON
A celebration of emerging designers from Brighton and beyond. The show will include exhibitions, table top fair, talks, workshops, pop-ups, tours and surgeries.
WHAT IS THE BRIGHTON DESIGN SHOW?
The Brighton Design Show is part of Design Brighton, a new festival focussing on the urban environment.
As part of the festival we will be celebrating and showcasing established creative individuals and emerging creative designers with a connection to Brighton and Hove.
The Brighton Design Show will consist of a selling show, site specific installations, talks and surgeries, and be the starting point of tours.
This event provides a unique platform for designers to come together and engage with professionals and consumers.
WAGNER HALL 2 Regency Rd, Brighton BN1 2RU, UK
Wagner Hall is situated perfectly & directly between Brighton Train Station and the sea.
SATURDAY: Learn how to weave with willow to create a sculptural form in a boat-like shape as well as a platter that can be used for serving fruit or bread. You will learn how to make a basic curved vessel by manipulating soaked willow, and weaving and packing techniques to complete your form. You will learn how to make a willow hoop to form the structure and the size of your platter and weave your surface to form the base.
SUNDAY: Learn how to weave a frame basket using farmed willow, hedgerow hazel and dog wood. We will create a berry basket with a rounded shape at the bottom, perfect for picking berries or to be given as a gift.
All basketry materials will be provided. Please bring a notebook and pen. Suitable for all levels including beginners.
Costs: £110 Days: 1 weekend Times: 10:00 – 16:00 Dates: Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 March Room: Red Maximum: 8
Sarah Gardner trained as textile designer, this sparked her interest in constructed textiles and led to her practicing basketry for the past 7 Years. She is interested in growing and foraging natural materials for making but also has a make-do-and-mend approach and is always on the look-out for man-made materials that can be adapted or useful in basket-making. This requires a lot of testing to work out the qualities of the materials and their suitability for different weaving techniques. As an advocate for the crafts Sarah also helps run a small leather accessories company and teaches and practices basketry in Brighton.
Pop Up Maker Tabitha Bargh will be Midcentury Modern in Dulwich this March.
Come to this incredible light and bright building with its floor to ceiling windows, concrete buttresses and acoustic wall for anything from an original Cherner chair to a contemporary piece from a hot young British designer. Source the latest furniture, wallpaper, ceramics, cushions and gifts upstairs after you have scoured the most collectable vintage furniture and home ephemera on the planet downstairs.
Midcentury Modern Sunday 15th March 10am-4pm Dulwich College, London, SE21 7LD You can find all the details for visiting and advance discounted tickets at www.modernshows.com
Glug Brighton are really excited to announce our Christmas get together in association with Look at This to be held at The Phoenix Gallery.
Fri, 6 December 2019 – 18:30 – 22:00 – admission fee – book here
About this Event
Look At This – The Phoenix Festival Of Print – is a month long celebration of all things print, running from the 15th Nov – 16th of Dec. Including craft fairs, talks, family workshops and an exhibition of works including Patrick Thomas, Anthony Burrill, Stanley Donwood, Sophie Smallhorn, Thomas Mayo, The Private Press and many more. The Glug crew are going to join them for one night only bringing the party!
Graphic artist Anthony Burrill combines a knack for simplicity that packs a punch with analogue craft skills and powerful, positive messages. Burrill frequently collaborates with other forward-thinking creatives across disciples spanning music, architecture, curation, education and more; pushing his traditional discipline of choice, letterpress printing, into bold new territories.
Whether working on an art school pavilion, an acid house record, a book or a poster design, Burrill’s work is instantly recognisable. While his pieces all bear the marks of his letterpress process and all its joyful idiosyncrasies, Burrill’s direct and multidisciplinary approach is one that’s constantly evolving, combining tradition with bold new approaches and technologies.
Words, gentle humour, no-nonsense communication and people are at the heart of Burrill’s practice and his distinctive brand of upbeat messaging: its core DNA is one created through a longstanding passion for creativity, the power of simplicity and an innate curiosity about the world and people in it.
Kelly Anna is a freelance Artist and Print designer who is fast making waves in the art world with her bold & confident figurative works. Her work stands out thanks to its empowering messages — implicit in style, and explicit in the recognisably witty scrawlings.
Her work has been championed by the likes of It’s Nice that, Risposte Magazine, Refinery29, Konbini and KK Outlet, and her prints have been worn by some incredible names including Beyonce, Cara Delevingne, Foals & London Grammar.
She has worked for a variety of renowned clients and collaborating with some great brands including, Nike, Warner Music, Air BnB, H&M and Moleskin.
Jim Stoten is an artist, illustrator, animator, Stylophone player and all round psychedelic genius who lives and works in Hastings in East Sussex.
He creates elaborate, dreamlike worlds full of narrative detail, comedy characters and animals. And as well as writing and illustrating a number of books for publishers such as NoBrow, he has created music videos, artwork for MTV, Urban Outfitters, British Airways , Habitat, Levi’s and The Guardian.
Final speaker to be confimed very soon
We will be joined by cream of the crop artists producing live art on the evening
Josephine’s work is a playful exploration in the way we think about space, colour, textures and everyday objects. From large scale murals, to illustration for print, her work is inspired by all things botanical, tuttu fruitti, 50’s print design and archive illustration. Josephine studied Fine Art BA Hons in Liverpool & after graduating created lots of screen print which paved the way to her aesthetic of mural painting.
More live artists to be confirmed very soon
The World’s Largest Database of Protest Posters
With over 200 submissions and counting, Glug is on a mission to create one of the largest open-access databases of climate protest posters. Glug invites Brighton creatives to ignite their inner activist, put pen to placard and make their own protest posters. We will also be exhibiting some of the incredible submissions from the protest by Design database
Brighton Maker Store is excited to be part of Look at This!
A month-long celebration of contemporary printmaking, featuring a curated exhibition of work by leading artists, illustrators and designers from the UK and beyond. Original prints and handmade items are available for sale, and there are also opportunities to create prints of your own.
Playroom is a collection of wallpapers, cushions, lampshades and blankets inspired by folk art, vintage school books and our own 1970’s childhoods. Perfect for adults and children who share our passion for good design.
Anna Pugh is a British designer who creates timeless leather bags. Each piece is handcrafted with a strong focus on feminine utility.
Anna started her bag label in 2012. It was born out of an idea for a shape and a desire to work with leather. Having previously worked as a creative pattern cutter for both high street and designer womenswear she developed her eye for creating pleasing shapes and lines, and exploring how they fit and fold around the body.
‘I am very interested in the wearer, how it feels for her and whether or not the bag fits her and works.’
Known for soft leather and focus on shape, Anna’s bags are staples for any wardrobe and have an ageless and enduring appeal. At a time where fashion and luxury are looking towards craftsmanship and more sustainable products, all of Anna’s bags are designed, cut, stitched and finished in her Hove workshop.