GUILDED CONVERSATIONS is an opportunity to come together to explore the purpose and function of maker collectives, such as craft guilds, associations and studio groups and ask what role do they play in the contemporary craft infrastructure. The discussion will held at Winchester School of Art on Thursday 19 September 2019. We’ll talk about how these different communities relate to each other and how they can collectively contribute to the contemporary craft infrastructure in the region. We hope to connect individual makers and groups to enable their voices to be amplified and heard.
Maker Mondays are a brand new opportunity that launched in January 2019, giving Makers a chance to informally get together throughout the year. Being a freelance creative is brilliant but it can also be quite isolating and so we hope these bi-monthly sessions will become a regular opportunity to get out to the studio and […]
JOIN IN A CONVERSATION WITH AWARD-WINNING CERAMICIST, TESSA EASTMAN AND A HANDS-ON WORKSHOP. We have invited award-winning ceramicist Tessa Eastman to come to Making Space to deliver a special Makers Event. Tessa will be doing an in-conversation event with Making Space’s Director Lynne Dick, followed by a hand on workshop event where Tessa will be […]
With 177 attendee’s over the 12 hours that we opened for our annual Open Studios weekend, which happened earlier this month, I can proudly say that the event was again another success for Making Space. We managed to get a photo spread in The News and a feature in Craft and Design Magazine. As the […]