Craft Scotland returned to internationally-renowned Collect in 2022.
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Craft Scotland returned to Collect, the leading international fair for contemporary craft and design, in February 2022.
Following the in-person Collect 2022 event at Somerset House, our showcase continued online until Friday 27 May 2022 with a new virtual gallery and interview series, including works available for purchase.
CHALK, Daniel Freyne, Duke Christie, Eileen Gatt, Heather Woof, Jasmine Linington, Lara Scobie, Lynne MacLachlan, Naomi Mcintosh, Susan Cross and Susan O’Byrne.
Craft Scotland showcased a collection of ambitious new work from 11 of Scotland’s talented makers. Collectors, curators and visitors from the UK and abroad had the opportunity to engage with exceptional works in plaster, plant fibres, silver & gold, nylon, wood, ceramics and metal.
Organised by the Crafts Council, Collect 2022 was a hybrid experience for visitors and galleries. In 2021, Collect featured 32 international galleries representing 400 artists from 35 nations, spanning from the UK to Senegal, Japan to the USA. Over 1,300 artworks were available to purchase in last year’s digital edition, with Collect being one of the most visited fairs on Artsy.net – proof of the growing appetite for contemporary craft.
Collect 2022 was open to the public at Somerset House in London between Friday 25 - Sunday 27 February 2022.
All available works were additionally available through the Craft Scotland digital showcase on Artsy.net, launching Wed 23 Feb and available until Sun 6 Mar.
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Craft Scotland selection panel: