Recently, Craft got together with architect-slash-designer Nancy Ji to talk about tables, juggling free time with ‘make time’ and what exciting things she’s working on next – including her newest design, an innovative terrazzo table named 'Archie'.
This October, Craft Victoria was pleased to present the first solo exhibition of designer, maker and artist Isabel Avendano-Hazbun, in Oh My Goddess!
Craft Interviews Fresh! 2017 and the2017 Victorian Craft Awards Jewellery Encouragement award winner Michaela Pegum.
Being a maker is more than just creating. Behind the creation of handmade object there is a process that includes the formation of narratives that communicate to the user the story of the object and practice. Inherent in this the process is writing.
We’re constantly trawling the net for research, education and inspiration here at Craft. There are a magnitude of sites that feed us, one great resource is the website Collosal | Art, Design and Visual Culture - although not specifically classified as craft the site features artists employing craft processes in their making
Christine Cholewa's work uses graphic imagery to record and detail moments in life, in particular showing the evolving connection between humans and nature through blown, fused and sandblasted glass panels.
Craft is pleased to publish Instruments of contentment – Furniture and poetic sustainability, a book by Associate Director Student Experience at Monash University and Art Critic for The Age, Robert Nelson.