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Collect 2023

1 Mar - 5 Mar 2023

Tickets now on sale

Craft Scotland at Collect 2023 / Photography by Calum Douglas

Craft Scotland returns to London’s prestigious Collect for 2023.

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Location:
Somerset House
Strand
London
WC2R 1LA
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Craft Scotland returns to Collect, the leading international fair for contemporary craft and design. Held at Somerset House in London from 3-5 March 2023 (previews 1-2 March), and online at Artsy.net until 12 March 2023. Tickets are now on sale.

Craft Scotland will showcase a collection of exciting new work from 10 Scotland-based makers. Click into each maker profile to learn more about their practice, see their collections and read their maker interviews:

Discover exceptional work in glass and metal, silver and enamel, scagliola, ceramics and textiles. Explore materiality and colour theory in these new works inspired by ritual, space, landscape and emotions. 

If you would like more information about the work available, or to discuss possible commissions, please contact Jo Scott (Head of Programmes) at programmes@craftscotland.org.

Organised by the Crafts Council, the fair will welcome 40 specialist galleries from across the globe, representing over 400 makers and works made in the past five years. In 2022, the in-person fair in London attracted over 9,100 visitors.

 


Brochure

Craft Scotland at Collect 2023 Brochure

View the brochure on ISSUU


 

Digital Viewing with Artsy.net 

All works will be available to browse through the Craft Scotland digital showcase on Artsy.net

Own Art makes it easier and more affordable for people to purchase and enjoy original art and craft, regardless of their income and socio-economic background, with the opportunity to purchase in 10 instalments through Own Art.
 


 

Craft Scotland Selection Panel for Collect 2023:

 

  • Corinne Julius: Freelance journalist, critic, broadcaster and curator 
  • Jo Scott: Head of Programmes, Craft Scotland 
  • Sarah Rothwell: Senior Curator of Modern & Contemporary Design in the Department of Global Arts, Cultures and Design at National Museums Scotland 
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