Monday, 1 October 2012

MADE LONDON - Talks Programme

MADE LONDON - Talks Programme.

We pleased to announce that we'll be staging daily talks at MADE LONDON - the Design and Craft Fair. The talks are free to attend to visitors at the fair and take place in the Crypt space between 3.00 and 4.00PM each Day

Friday 26th October - aimed at Designer/Makers and those thinking of setting up in business as a Designer/Maker.

Patricia Van Den Akker - Director of The Design Trust
Top tips for buying, selling and collecting contemporary crafts.

Sheena Sheikh - From ‘Briffa’ specialists in Intellectual Property

Unravelling the bigger picture when a creative brings a product to
market. Discussing various registered rights, commercial and legal
tools to provide a platform for protecting, preventing, tackling and
negotiating with those who copy.

Saturday 27th October
- Ceramic themed.

Dr Tanya Harrod - Author of “The Last Sane Man: Michael Cardew,
Modern Pots, Colonialism and the Counterculture”
Michael Cardew and the philosophy of making.

Jonathan Garratt - “One goes mad in Dorset! "
Potter Jonathan Garratt romps through his work using claymaking
and woodfiring for convincing contemporary designs.

Sunday 28th October
  - Jewellery themed.

Georgina Black  - Manager of Lesley Craze Gallery, Clerkenwell.

Originally a sole trader at Covent Carden and Camden Passage the Lesley Craze Gallery has over 27 years involvement at the top end of the contemporary craft and jewellery industry.

Dialogue Collective - “A Dialogue by Dialogue”
Articulating jewellery: the workings of the Dialogue Collective

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