MADE LONDON - CANARY WHARF
28TH - 31ST MARCH 2019
Event Details: MADE LONDON – CANARY WHARF returns to the beautiful East Wintergarden at the end of March 2019 Bringing the best contemporary designer makers in the country to the heart of Canary Wharf.
The show will run for 4 days and showcase about 100 exhibitors.
THE VENUE – is the East Wintergarden at Canary Wharf. A soaring vaulted parabolic glass arch designed by Cesar Pelli. The Wintergarden is in the heart of Canary Wharf between Jubilee Park and South Dock and is above Jubilee Place shopping centre.
There will be a cafe in the fair itself serving coffee and snacks. Refreshments can be bought from any of Canary Wharf’s various bars, cafes and restaurants and will be allowed into the venue. Canary Wharf has one of the United Kingdom’s largest, collections of Public Art. For a fascinating self-guided walk pick up an Art Map in the pavilion.
WHAT TO EXPECT – A friendly, relaxed, highest quality contemporary craft and design fair, where the makers themselves meet the public to discuss inspirations, design processes and future projects, enabling maker / consumer relationships. Work can be bought at the fair or commissions can be taken.
MADE LONDON - ST. MARYS
Event Details: St Mary’s is our new tabletop show for Christmas. This is a stripped back, pared down, table top selling event, enabling the quality and diversity of the designer / makers’ work to be simply and honestly showcased in the beautiful and characterful setting of St Mary’s Church Bryanston Square, Marylebone
The Venue: St Mary’s Bryanston Square, Marylebone is a grade 1 listed Georgian ‘Waterloo Church’ (built with money voted by Parliament to celebrate victory over Napoleon) by architect Robert Smirke. Inside its a striking, simple, galleried, light and airy space.
What to Expect: The show is a perfect opportunity to buy Christmas presents direct from some of the best makers in the country – in a beautiful location right in the heart of the West End.
MADE BRIGHTON - ST. BARTHOLOMEWS
Event Details: MADE BRIGHTON at St BARTHOLOMEW’S is running for a third year in the stunning St Bartholomew’s Church. This show is a little different – whilst still showing the best makers in the country, the St Bartholomew’s fair will be a down to earth ‘Village Hall’ one day, table-top selling event.
The Venue: St Bartholomew’s Church is a stunning late Victorian Byzantine inspired church. It is the tallest parish church in Europe and as such the Church is a truly awe-inspiring space .
What to Expect: We’ll be using the main body of the church to show 60 makers, exhibiting a wide variety of original work; jewellery, knitwear, ceramics, wood, print, silversmithing, textiles, clothes, toys and more.
MADE LONDON MARYLEBONE
18th - 21st October 2018
One Marylebone London
Made London – Marylebone is an annual contemporary craft and design fair. Over 120 exhibitors across all media showcase their original, unique and exceptional work to the capital.
The 2018 edition was one of our best yet with top quality makers exhibiting in the stunning location of One Marylebone. The former church designed by Sir John Soane has incredible height, lovely ceilings and the beautiful original altar whilst the Galleries on the first floor are light filled spaces from the fabulous large windows.
MADE LONDON CANARY WHARF
25th - 29th April 2018
With over 90 exhibitors showcasing their work we presented a variety of ceramics, jewellery, leather goods, fashion accessories, glassware and furniture; from some of the top contemporary makers in the country.
We would like to extend our thanks to Canary Wharf Arts and Events Management group who held the event in the East Wintergarden.
Many thanks to our sponsors Absolutely Magazines (Absolutely Home), Design Nation and Crafts (The Magazine for Contemporary Craft).
ARTISTS OPEN HOUSES FESTIVAL 2018
This past May over 200 artists’ homes and studios opened their doors to exhibit work from over 1,000 artists and makers.
The hugely diverse range of artwork on show included original paintings, prints, graffiti arts, ceramics and textiles, as well as photography, sculpture, crafts, jewellery and many other media.
Many Open Houses also offered the opportunity to get involved, providing workshops and events for both adults and children. With homemade tea and cake on offer too, the Artists Open Houses were a very special weekend treat.