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Exhibiting at Made in Clerkenwell

As I mentioned in a previous post, I am renting a jewellery studio at Craft Central as of today! I am really excited about it and I'll be sharing my progress on the blog over the coming year.

I am fortunate that I will be in the studio on time for the next open studios event, Made in Clerkenwell. I'd love to see you there. Here is what it is and (most importantly!) how to get free tickets!

What?
Made in Clerkenwell 'is a bi-annual celebration of Craft Central resident designer-makers and Network members. Held across two Victorian buildings, this is an opportunity for the public to 'behind the scenes' and explore the studios of our renowned design community.

You'll find jewellery, fashion, interior products, ceramics, accessories and traditional crafts by over 100 UK designer makers. Choose a gift, commission a unique piece, find a bespoke design service or just browse ... this shopping treat is topped off by meeting the maker.'

I will be in my studio talking to visitors and selling some of my work. I will have some of my silver jewellery and some of my sweetie jewellery available for sale.


When?
Wednesday 18 May, 5 - 8pm
Thursday 19 - Friday 20 May, 12 - 8pm - I plan to be in on these days
Saturday 21 May 12 - 5pm

Where?
Craft Central have two buildings near Farringdon station where they rent out studios to artists and crafters. Your ticket covers entry to both buildings

21 Clerkenwell Green, London, EC14 0DX
33-35 St John's Square, London EC1M 4DS


I will be in Studio 36 (right opposite the lift!), 33-35 St John’s Square

Free tickets
To get a free ticket you need to pre-register. Use this link here. Tickets will be £5 on the door.

I hope to see you there on Thursday or Friday!

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