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Issue 194

Nov/Dec 2007

craft&design Magazine issue 194, Nov/Dec 2007 Fused Glass by Carrie Anne Funnell Ceramic Mugs by George Ormerod Helen Whittaker, Stained Glass at Barley Studio Jigsaws by Phil,  British Toymakers' Guild Leatherwork by Andrew Corneleous at Liberty Gallery Maria Morris, Fluxplay jewellery craft&design at www.secondlife.com

Regular Pages

  • Fluxplay - Maria Morris creates unusual jewellery using reclaimed packaging
  • One to Watch - Rebecca Stoner is flying high with her work being featured on TV!
  • What's Hot - Rachael's seasonal selection of Contemporary Crafts
  • The Face of Craft; talking with Mark Jones, Director of the V&A in London
  • Places to Visit - The Hub, National Centre for Craft & Design
  • Inspiration & Innovation; craft&design Comment from Bee Sanderson
  • Collaborations and Celebrations; with craft people working together and winning awards
  • Heritage; Re-making History, from Charles I to Anthony Dew, the Rocking Horse man
  • Lisa Badger's travelling Diary of a Craftworker
  • Readers' Letters, the place to keep in touch
  • Subscribers' Pages with Special Give-Aways!
  • The Last Word by Betty Norbury

Makers Features

  • Fabulous Fused Glass for contemporary settings by Carrie Anne Funnell and Sean Mickleburgh
  • The rich organic colours of George Ormerod's distinctive Ceramics

Events

  • Where&When 4 page Diary of UK Craft Fairs
  • Show Case - the latest events news, with some brilliant shows coming up soon, just in time to do your creative Christmas shopping

Suppliers

  • Directory of Craft Supplies; A-Z of contacts for buying craft materials and equipment
  • News from Retro Glass and Creative Glass UK
  • PVS UK and Warm Glass tell you more

Courses

  • A bead making day with Exemplar Glass turns out to be great fun... and quite enlightening!

Galleries

  • Makers Gallery - showcasing a splendid selection of work from talented Makers
  • The Arc, a Gallery in Perfect Balance
  • Coming Up; you'll find lots of fine craftsmanship in these UK Galleries
  • Diary of UK Gallery Exhibitions - visit one near you to see some unique work

Spotlight on Glass

  • Helen Whittaker, Stained Glass at Barley Studio - preserving and creating the nation's arts and crafts heritage in the 21st Century.
  • The work of Katharine Coleman and Jenefer Ham
  • Sue Parry's spectacular glass is inspired by the power of the sea
  • Exciting Courses to tempt Glass enthusiasts

The craft&design Business

  • Michael Ball on the Collaborative Web
  • A QEST award means a chance to learn more
  • ACID; �Artists... are becoming very �savvy' about their intellectual property�
  • The GA's decision to drop their awards �do'
  • Q&A with Dave Ward - how to get the best results with photographs for websites
  • WiRE; it's great to get together with like- minded people
  • Meet a Mentor - your chance to spend a day with E&M Glass at Sarn Glass Studio

Guilds, Groups & Associations

  • Guilds, Groups and Associations; what they've been doing, what they have planned
  • Plastic Toys and Silver Linings; what the British Toymakers Guild can offer that China can't!
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