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Foto de Crafts Council Gallery, Londres: The Crafts Council Gallery is located in a Grade-II listed chapel on Pentonville Road in London. The outside courtyard has been re-designed to provide an open and accessible welcome to the Gallery. The redevelopment was supported by a range of funders including Arts Council England, City Bridge Trust, Garfield Weston Foundation, Wolfson Foundation, Cockayne Foundation.

Foto de : The Crafts Council Gallery is located in a Grade-II listed chapel on Pentonville Road in London. The outside courtyard has been re-designed to provide an open and accessible welcome to the Gallery. The redevelopment was supported by a range of funders including Arts Council England, City Bridge Trust, Garfield Weston Foundation, Wolfson Foundation, Cockayne Foundation.

The Crafts Council Gallery is located in a Grade-II listed chapel on Pentonville Road in London.  The outside courtyard has been re-designed to provide an open and accessible welcome to the Gallery. The redevelopment was supported by a range of funders including Arts Council England, City Bridge Trust, Garfield Weston Foundation, Wolfson Foundation, Cockayne Foundation.
The new Crafts Council Gallery has a flexible exhibition space, a study area housing 5,000 publications and a reception area. he reception desk, study furniture and all architraving was designed and made by Sebastian Cox; Soane Britain created a rattan bench; and lighting was supplied by TM lighting.

Image credit: Eva Herzog (July 2021)
The Crafts Council Gallery in London is a new public space dedicated to craft. The Gallery will present a programme of exhibitions and events throughout the year that tell the many stories of craft and making. It is a welcoming and inclusive space that has been designed with collaboration in mind. We want the Gallery to offer something for anyone with an interest in craft or curious to find out more.

Image credit: Eva Herzog (July 2021)
Maker’s Eye is the first exhibition in the new Crafts Council Gallery. It presents 150 craft objects made in the UK over the course of the Crafts Council’s 50-year history, as selected by 13 makers and one curator. The chosen objects cover a huge range of craft disciplines, techniques, and materials, and embrace many artistic and practical motivations. 

Image credit: Eva Herzog (July 2021)
Maker’s Eye: Stories of Craft is a celebration of how irreverent, political, joyful and challenging craft can be, and invites personal reflection on what it means to each of us. 

Image credit: Eva Herzog (July 2021)
Maker's Eye: Stories of Craft is free to attend and bookings must be made in advance. The exhibition is now open from 7 July - 9 October 2021. Visit www.craftscouncil.org.uk to book your tickets and find out more. 

Image credit: Eva Herzog (July 2021)
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