Showing British craft on the world stage
A Future Made is a partnership programme from the Crafts Council, The New Craftsmen, Craft Scotland and Ruthin Craft Centre which promotes British craft internationally. It is funded by Arts Council England and Arts Council Wales and it is supported by the GREAT Britain campaign.
A Future Made will showcase exceptional British craft and highlight the use of unique and innovative skills and materials through a series of conceptual and highly creative installations in Europe and the U.S.
The next showcase British Craft: The Miami Edit is a presentation of the work all 15 makers selected for A Future Made in the glamorous setting of one of the most desirable addresses on South Beach – a penthouse residence at 1 Hotel & Homes. Leading architect and interior designer Natalia Miyar has co-curated the presentation to illustrate how beautiful hand-made and tactile objects can transform a residential space and infuse it with personality and warmth. British Craft: The Miami Edit will also be the first showing of a new commission by Joseph Harrington made possible by donation to A Future Made programme by The Glenlivet
British Craft: The Miami Edit will be at the One Hotel from 28 November to 2 December 2016. To book an appointment email firstname.lastname@example.org
The first showcase was Nature Lab which was presented at Design Miami/ Basel from 14-19 June 2016.
The following makers have been selected to take part in this programme: Juliette Bigley; Simone Brewster; Adam Buick; Edmond Byrne; Juli Bolaños-Durman; Emily Gardiner; Joseph Harrington; Jochen Holz; Marlène Huissoud; Shelley James; Eleanor Lakelin; Marcin Rusak; Nicola Tassie; and Andrea Walsh.
A Future Made is a partnership programme from the Crafts Council, The New Craftsmen, Craft Scotland and Ruthin Craft Centre. It is funded by Arts Council England and Arts Council Wales and it is supported by the GREAT Britain campaign.