The Hub, Edinburgh
Friday 27 – Sunday 29 October 2017
Following the success of Handmade in Britain’s first year in Scotland, Handmade Edinburgh will be returning to the Royal Mile this October.
This premiere contemporary craft and design event is a fabulous opportunity to shop for gorgeous woodturning, textiles, jewellery, ceramics, glass and more from a handpicked selection of designer-makers from Scotland and beyond.
Makers, including RPT member, Richard Shock, will be on hand throughout the weekend to talk about their work and showcase their collections.
Tickets on sale via SEE Tickets and Hub Tickets.
Public opening: Friday 27 – Sunday 29 October 2017 (10am – 6pm daily)
Private view: Thursday 26 October 2017 (6 – 9pm, private view passes only)
Find out about walking routes and cycling paths, bike security and bike parking options
Bus stop (George IV Bridge): 23, 27, 41, 42
Train station: Waverley Hill
Go green and try car-sharing to save costs and our planet – see goCarShare and TripshareEdinburgh
NCP: Castle Terrace (6 disabled bays)
About Handmade In Britain
Handmade in Britain was established over 10 years ago by Piyush Suri, an engineer turned designer who is passionate about championing everything handmade. After working for a few years in the industry, he built an initiative to support and promote designer-makers who create their work in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. For over a decade we have provided a platform of support and promotion for design and craft talent through fairs, events and pop-ups alongside workshops and business mentoring. We work hard to increase accessibility, create new market opportunities and maintain high standards in the contemporary craft sector whilst providing a comprehensive support programme for new graduates and up-coming design talent. We’re continuing to grow and expand, raising our profile within the sector and beyond.