Craft Scotland is set to return to Collect in March 2024.
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Craft Scotland returns to Collect, the leading international fair for contemporary craft and design, with our ninth presentation in March 2024.
Held at Somerset House in London, the 20th edition of the Fair will run from 1-3 March 2024, with previews 28-29 February and visitors can interact online at Artsy.net for a further week.
Craft Scotland will present a collection of exciting new work from 12 Scotland-based makers: Andrew Lamb, Emma Louise Wilson, Heather McDermott, Iona Turner, Jo McDonald, Jo Walker, Katie Charleson, Liu Qiwei, Marianne Anderson, Richard Goldsworthy, Stefanie Ying Lin Cheong, Susie Redman.
The 12 makers selected will present some of the most ambitious work being made in Scotland today. Discover exceptional work in gold, silver and enamel, wood, seaweed, paper, ceramics, and woven and quilted textiles. From pieces inspired by marine ecosystems and Venetian architecture to work experimenting with processes and materials including woven books, 259-million-year-old rock and green oak.
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. With over 12,600 visitors coming in person to Somerset House, and 6,730 experiencing the fair online via Artsy. net, the 2023 fair enjoyed an overall audience of 19,330.
Interested in the work?
If you would like more information about the work available for sale, or to discuss possible commissions, please contact Susanna Beaumont (Curator) and the Craft Scotland Programme team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to receive the Craft Scotland Collect 2024 Press Pack, or to discuss possible interviews, please contact Craft Scotland Publicist Owen O’Leary at email@example.com.
Craft Scotland at Collect 2024 was selected by Gregory Parsons (Consultant and Curator), Kirsty Sumerling (Director, The Scottish Gallery), Susanna Beaumont (Curator, Creative Producer, Mentor) and Jo Scott (Head of Programmes, Craft Scotland).