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Crafts Council

Crafts magazine Issue No. 251

CCHQ Weekly Round-up, 21 November 2014

A Friday treat


Speakers’ Corner: Making, materials and tools

We pose some questions to our Make:Shift presenters...



Julian Stair interprets the great historical dinner service


Winter Light

Bruce Munro's latest work opens at Waddesdon Manor


Parallel Practices blog

A blog charting the progress of four Parallel Practices residencies


Poppy Potters from Stoke-on-Trent

Johnson Tiles help create Tower of London poppies


Gregory Epps

Charlotte Abrahams meets Make:Shift speaker Gregory Epps

News, Magazine, Profile

An Education Manifesto for Craft and Making

Our Future is in the Making: An Education Manifesto for Craft and Making #FutureInMaking

Learning, Research and Policy

Rhian Solomon

Grant Gibson meets Make:Shift speaker Rhian Solomon

News, Magazine, Profile

Backing the Education Manifesto for Craft and Making

Over 100 guests backed the Education Manifesto for Craft and Making House of Commons 


Mark Burrows

Emma Love meets Make:Shift speaker Mark Burrows

News, Magazine, Profile

The Future is in Our Hands

Enthusiastic response to Education Manifesto


Lauren Bowker

Emma Love meets Make:Shift speaker Lauren Bowker

News, Magazine, Profile

Mark and Zoe at the Institute of Making

Charlotte Abrahams meets Make:Shift speakers Professor Mark Miodownik and Dr Zoe Laughlin

News, Magazine, Profile

Making in the modern world

The executive director of the Crafts Council on the organisation’s innovative conference

Magazine, Features

October 2014 Policy Brief

This brief picks up on policy issues in October

Research and Policy

Anarchy & Beauty: William Morris and his Legacy

The National Portrait Gallery looks at Morris’s impact on twentieth-century life