Clerkenwell is still one of the most creative quarters in the capital, but much of its arty and crafty industry goes on behind closed doors. Made in Clerkenwell Open Studio events give people a chance to explore. Craft Central is home to one hundred designers, who throw open their doors in the lead up to Christmas to show off their wares. On the high street, it's rare to meet the person (or machine) who made the goods you're about to buy, here it's one of the pleasures. Choose between jewellery, fashion, homewares, ceramics, accessories and other crafts. You can chat to individual designers about their unique processes and even commission a one-off. New for 2013, they have also teamed up with The Goldsmiths' Centre to bring an additional venue full of talent to the event. Fuelling the shopping activity, there will also be homemade cakes, savoury goods, locally roasted coffee and craft beers. One ticket allows unlimited access over the four days.
Promoting original craft and design is the purpose of this not-for-profit organisation established over the last 25 years. Craft Central have a number of workspaces, workshops and studios in unique central London locations available for full or part-time hire. 'On Show' events and exhibitions, talks and workshops at their St John's Square headquarters help to bring cutting edge craft to a wider audience. More about Craft Central
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Atomic VisionsAtomic VisionsBillie M Vigne and Sandra Tepla present a pop up shop showcasing their sculptural pieces inspired by the prospect of the apocalypse.4th August 2015Sunday 9th August 2015
St John's Square
Free EventOn Soon
Dates4th to 9th Aug 2015 - 10am-7pm | Pricing Free
Billie M Vigne and Sandra Tepla present a pop up shop showcasing their sculptural pieces inspired by the prospect of the apocalypse.