This four-day international contemporary craft event offers you the opportunity to meet and buy directly from over 200 extraordinary designer-makers, including Turners Company Bursary Award Winner, Sally Burnett. The event is at Kew Gardens, 12 - 15 October.
Dr Anya Matthews will discuss the Painted Hall, Greenwich (1707-26) at the annual Wren Talk in St Bride's Fleet Street on Wednesday 28th June. Dr Matthews is Research Curator for the Painted Hall conservation project at the Old Royal Naval College.
This autumn, enjoy the delights of the world’s most famous botanic garden as they provided the idyllic backdrop for this innovative new exhibition, Sculpt at Kew. From18th September to 15th October, work from over 30 renowned international artists, will be exhibited in an exciting new outdoor trail.
Inspired by Thomas Farrier and his bakery, the starting place of the Great Fire, this free exhibition tells the story of London's bakers and their cakes, bread and puddings from 1666 to the 20th-century. Discover recipes from 1700 to take away and bake!
Congratulations to Joey Richardson, Liveryman and Queen Elizabeth Scholoarship Trust (QEST) Scholar for producing such a stunning display of 38 butterflies and 8 sculptures for the House of Garrard, London.
Great Fire 350 marks the 350th anniversary of the 1666 Great Fire of London. Throughout the rest of 2016, City organisations will mark the commemoration with a season of events including exhibitions, concerts, lectures and tours. The London's Burning festival is a highlight from 30 August to 4 Sept.
Ray Key, Master in Turning and member of the Turners' Company, is one of four craftsmen featured in the 'Tensile' exhibition at the The Gallery at the Guild, Chipping Camden, Gloucestershire from 3 June to 13 July.