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January/February 2013

craft&design issue 225, January/February 2013 Enamelled Bowl by Carol Griffin Undercover XIII - glass sculpture by Effie Burns, CGS at Blackwell Succulent Raised Bowl by Gordon Robertson - award winner at Pewter Live 2012 Glass sculpture by Joseph Harrington, winner of the craft&design Award at the 2012 British Glass Biennale Glass sculpture by Nancy Sutcliffe, glass engraver Twists Glass Studio Lizard Paperweight - Image Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Collection

Front Cover Feature

  • Joseph Harrington, winner of the craft&design Award at the 2012 British Glass Biennale
  • 2013 Selected Awards - Introducing our Specialist Judges

We’re Celebrating 30 Years!

  • Great Give Aways to celebrate our 3 decades
  • Looking Ahead to the bright new talent of Emma Evett
  • Looking Back with the organisers of BCTF

Makers Features

  • Through a Glass Darkly with Nancy Sutcliffe
  • Matt Hayes Award Winning Glass
  • Carol Griffin enthuses about enamels
  • Katja Fox, “A never ending cycle of creation!”
  • Something new from Gillie Hoyte Byrom
  • Chatting about Chicago with Twists Glass

May is Craft & Design Month

  • A taste of what’s gone before, inspiration for this year’s national celebration of craft

Makers Gallery

  • Glistening Glass & Elegant Enamels
  • Crazy Cats, ‘Reincarnated Rubbish’ and much, much more!


  • Made in the Middle, the thought provoking Craftspace touring exhibition
  • On show - The Society of Designer Craftsmen and Surrey Artist of the Year
  • Fabulous Furniture at The Millinery Works
  • The craft&design UK Gallery listing

Guilds & Associations

  • The Guild of Enamellers’ Bursary Award


  • Doug Richard talks to our News Editor, Jan Lasnon, about his School for Creative Start-Ups
  • Students at Sussex College have a fantastic day of mentoring with Rachael Chambers
  • Introducing Pete Mosley’s latest project, his brand new Creative Business Explorer


  • Newcomers making good at BCTF
  • Exciting shows coming up, with h+h cologne and Make it in Farnham
  • ‘Time Passes’ with the Pewter Live Competition
  • Major shows in Essex and the South East
  • A great opportunity for Newly Qualified Designer Makers
  • Giving and Living, the gift & home trade show
  • Shows to start the year


  • Fancy learning a new skill, perhaps taking a creative break?


  • Want to know where to buy your materials and equipment, here’s our fact-filled Directory

There’s more...

  • The final instalment of Nick’s Diary... don’t be too sad, he’ll be back again later in the year!
  • Contemporary Glass in traditional surroundings
  • News from The British Glass Foundation, plus Glass sculptures and shows
  • Courses, competitions & more
  • Makers in Manchester & Inspiring Indian Tours
  • Down to earth - it’s potters’ clay!
  • From small acorns.....
  • The Camelia Botnar Foundation gives young people a creative start in life
  • Super Subscriber Offers
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craft&design Best Newcomer Award at BCTF

Congratulations to Charlotte Wilkinson! We'll tell you more about Charlotte and her spectacular glass in our May issue of craft&design Online!

craft&design Highly Commended Newcomer Award at BCTF


We were delighted to present our Highly Commended Newcomer Award to Rouaida Boullier ROUAIDA.COM for her highly original range of jewellery. Find out more in our May issue of craft&design Online!

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