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    Crafting Narrative:: Storytelling through objects and making

    Exploring how makers and designers are using objects and making to tell stories, drawing on themes as diverse as history, culture, society and technology

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    Hidden Agenda: Socially Conscious Craft

    Hidden Agenda presents works by makers and designers who use craft as a platform for social comment and provocation, exploring issues such as the environment, war, class and labour

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    Legacy: Two works on hope and memory

    Legacy: Two works on hope and memory brings together two of the UK’s most significant makers for the first time – Julian Stair and Clare Twomey

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Crafts magazine Issue No. 249

CCHQ Weekly Round-up, 29 August 2014

We round-up the week's craft-related news for you 

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Paper Cut

The Proud Archivist presents an exhibition of work by 25 papercut illustrators and artists

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Over 800,000 ceramic poppies at the Tower

Installation at the Tower of London commemorates the First World War

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Crafts Council online craft directory

We want you to be able to find craft makers and organisations across the UK

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From one life to a thousand

Julian Stair and Clare Twomey talk to Mella Shaw about Legacy: Two works on hope and memory

Features

Getting to know you

We get to know new Crafts Council Trustee Zoe Laughlin a little better

Features

Building across the boundaries

Adam Nathaniel Furman talks poetry and postmodernism with Grant Gibson

Magazine, Profile

Legacy at Forty Hall & Estate

Legacy: Two works on hope and memory is at Forty Hall & Estate, Enfield

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Fourteen

Llantarnum Grange presents artist’s work that responds to the centenary of World War One

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Getting to know you

We get to know new Crafts Council Trustee Matt Durran a little better

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Cultural Conduit

Douglas Brooks went to the source to learn the practice of Japanese boatbuilding

Profile, Across the Pond

Inundation

Laura Ellen Bacon creates an immersive experience in willow for Ruthin Craft Centre

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July 2014 Policy Brief

Research and Policy

When Worlds Collide

Michael Brennand-Wood’s first solo show in his home region of East Anglia

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Meekyoung Shin’s Cabinet of Curiosities

The Korean artist’s soap sculptures open at the National Centre for Craft and Design 

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Feeling Quilty?

The Festival of Quilts makes its home at Birmingham’s NEC

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Disobedient Objects

The V&A’s new exhibition looks at art created by grassroots social movements

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