Birmingham’s Cathedral grounds are due to be transformed by a group of 15 new artists who will be producing temporary works for In:Site. The graduate festival of creativity will see artists make subtle changes to their surroundings using a variety of artforms.
This is the second year that Craftspace have organised the event however this year more artists will take part from local graduates along with artists from Aberdeen to Brighton. The event is also longer than last year meaning people will get to see more work over the 5 day period.
The Style Africa exhibition will explore the rich textile designs of Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone, painting a beautiful picture of West African fashion. African clothing is renowned worldwide for its colourful fabrics and unique designs. In African fashion trends may change, but the use of traditional materials always remains. Continue reading
This sounds like a fun project that has been commissioned by Craftspace; Over the last few weeks the creators of Tweave, Amy Houghton and Ed Holroyd, have been undertaking a ‘Craft Crawl’ where they have been visiting people’s places of making to make recordings to add to the Tweave map (pictured above). Continue reading