All posts for category: Exhibition

Landscape – Performances at Blackfriars Priory 18 and 19 April

Ahead of our exhibition “Crafts Alive at Rodmarton Manor”, performing arts students from the University of Gloucestershire have created a sound and movement piece inspired by both Rodmarton and Harold Pinter’s play also entitled ‘Landscape’. Costumes will be designed by Guild members Helen Foot, Sarah Tradgett, Kathryn Clarke, Jenny Bicat, Liz Lippiatt Performances run: Wednesday… Continue reading →

Chipping Campden Summer Show 2016

This year's Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen's summer show at the Town Hall, Chipping Campden, was opened by authors Peter and Charlotte Fiell. Peter had this inspiring message for makers on craftmanship: • It is fantastic to see such a variety of work and skills on display. • My wife, Charlotte, and I have been writing… Continue reading →
Adrian Bates Flame Black

Bud to Bloom

1 March – 17 April 2016  in The Guild at 51 An exhibition of Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen Members inspired by plant forms. Uschi Arens Price –  Jewellery For the Bud to Bloom exhibition Uschi is exploring the use of silver and soft materials. She has made stickpins from sterling silver wire and silver sheet,… Continue reading →

The Guild at 51 Shop front

The Guild at 51 Studio Seven present SPRINGBOARD II

In the window of The Guild at 51 Studio Seven present SPRINGBOARD II, a collection of new work developed from a 3D sketchbook of ideas inspired by the old Chair Factory at Chalford, near Stroud, which has become the Victoria Works Studios. The work draws on the colours, textures and patterns in the building’s structure,… Continue reading →

The Guild at the Broadway Arts Festival

  This morning I visited the Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen’s contribution to the Broadway Arts Festival in the stunning setting of St Eadburgha’s Church, a mile outside the town on the road to Snowshill. The church itself is a beautiful building in a stunning location – a great setting for the furniture exhibited by the… Continue reading →