An Essex Everywoman, sewing rehabilitation and patching up Pooh Bear
Julie Cope's Grand Tour opened at Banbury Museum showing two monumental tapestries by Grayson Perry that tell the tragic story of an Essex everywoman.
Donald Trump has proposed eliminating the National Endowment for the Arts which was established in1965 by President Johnson who said any “advanced civilization” must fully value the arts.
Angela Maddock, maker-in-residence at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, blogs on patching up Pooh bear and passing on repair skills.
We talk to the latest potter to leave the Pottery Throw Down after a challenge created for maximum innuendo opportunity.
What was made
A sweet shop automata that serves customers their desserts at the Fat Duck.
What was said
“Craftwork in prisons is a very good model for rehabilitation'” Katy Emck talks to Crafts magazine as Fine Cell Work celebrates its 20th anniversary.
What to look forward to
Unleashing your inner potter at one of over 70 free Hey Clay! pottery events from 7-9 April.
The National Maritime Museum Cornwall has just acquired 100 silicon hands decorated by leading tattoo artists. We suspect not one for the next series of Tattoo Fixers