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An older lady knits. She is wearning a knitted hat and cardigan.



A new play by Trevor Pitt

A rustic wooden shed on stilts containing a kiln and other tools, displayed in a gallery..

Will Shannon: The Closet Craftsman

Kiln House

Will Shannnon

A small vessel woven from willow.

Made in the Middle 2016

Made in the Middle 2012 exhibition

Maggie Smith: Willow Ware

Large boot shaped forms woven from chunky sectgions of dried grass.

Radical Craft

Grass Boots Replica

Joanne B Kaar (after Angus McPhee)

Jewellery shaped like simple black birds.


Migrating Birds range

Black enamelled sparrow series. Priced £15-22.



We are curating an exhibition for Somerset Artworks at the National Trust property Barrington Hall to take place in September. It will celebrate contemporary makers, skills, materials and new thinking about craft. Inspired by the quality craftsmanship and traditional skills which were the foundation of the estate. It will highlight the thriving craft ecology in Somerset including the suppliers of raw materials. Laura Ellen Bacon will be paired with Musgrove Willows for a site specific installation.

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Craftspace offers a consultancy service based on the skills, knowledge and expertise of its staff. These range from exhibition development, touring, commissioning, and training to developing arts, crafts or participatory education provision and audiences.

Consultancy projects that reflect our core values and aspirations have the potential to develop as longer term partnerships which are incorporated into our artistic programme.

Diversity and inclusive practice are areas of particular expertise.

Contact us for more details.

Photographs © : Richard Battye, Joanne B Kaar

Developing people, ideas and opportunities through contemporary craft.

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