Boletim | NewsLetter
Crafts Magazine, promovida pelo Crafts Council em Londres, continua a ser uma das poucas revistas europeias, para não dizer mundial que foca a joalharia contemporânea.
Saiu agora a sua última edição <janeiro| fevereiro 2010, sobre a qual o seu Boletim de divulgação dá os seguintes destaques:
Welcome to Crafts e-bulletin.
Christmas, New Year and a new issue of Crafts magazine are nearly here!
We have some great competitions for you today with a book to win from Black Dog Publishing, a special set of Sharpie marker pens and discount tickets to the London Art Fair preview – all exclusive to Crafts subscribers.
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If craft matters to you, let us know!
The Crafts Council believes that Craft Matters and we want to show that it matters to thousands of people across the UK as much as it does to us. Sign up today and then pass this email on to friends and colleagues. Together, we will show how much Craft Matters.
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In the January/February issue of Crafts
Teleri Lloyd-Jones meets ceramist Michael Eden; Joanne Turney explores the idea of why we knit and asks if it’s about more than just a trend; Caroline Roberts, editor of Grafik, meets a new generation of letterpress designers and investigates how the technique has survived the digital age; and Geraldine Rudge meets glass artist Richard Wheater as a new book of his work is published.
Don’t forget, if you’re stuck for a few Christmas present ideas, you can still buy gift subscriptions. For every new subscriber you bring on board, you will both receive a free issue! You will also be entered to win a gold vase by Olivia Lowe when you quote the code 'LITTLE KING'. Just visit the website to enter your details.
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The Cutting Edge of Wallpaper
The reader page in the latest issue contains a fantastic 40% offer on two books from Black Dog Publishing but for subscribers only we have one copy of The Cutting Edge of Wallpaper to win!
by 31 January 2010 to claim your free copy!
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Win a Sharpie design kit!
With Christmas in just a few days time, you will by now be well into the the festive spirit decorating your homes and wrapping up presents. This year there is one great way to ensure your present stands out from the rest whilst under the tree; by using a Sharpie marker!
Whether personalising your wrapping paper with a festive silver snowflake or putting colourful finishing touches to that perfect tag, Sharpie markers are available in 13 stand-out colours making them the ideal Christmas creative companion.
We have teamed up with Sharpie to give ten lucky readers the chance to get their hands on a goodie bag of Sharpie markers – the ultimate Christmas design kit worth £35, which will ensure your gifts really stand out this year.
by 12pm Tuesday, 22 December 2009 with your name and address. Winners will receive their kits in time for Christmas.
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London Art Fair
Business Design Centre
13-17 January 2010
London Art Fair is the UK’s premiere Modern British and Contemporary art fair with over 100 carefully selected galleries.
London Art Fair would like to offer ‘Crafts Magazine subscribers’ two tickets for the price of one for our Thursday Evening Reception on 14 January, from 6pm – 9pm. This is the perfect place to catch-up with friends in the new year and enjoy a complimentary glass of wine or cocktail courtesy of Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel and receive your free Fair Guide.
The advance ticket price is £11 before 11 January 2010 plus £1 booking fee*. Call 08448480141 or book online at www.londonartfair.co.uk
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Hiroshi Suzuki - SILVER WAVES
Goldsmiths’ Hall, London
8 February - 6 March 2010
A dynamic exhibition of silver vessels by internationally acclaimed Japanese silversmith Hiroshi Suzuki
This major exhibition of stunning silver vessels celebrates the remarkable career of contemporary silversmith Hiroshi Suzuki. The title of the exhibition “Hiroshi Suzuki – Silver Waves” makes direct reference to the many waves, creases, rivulets, ripples and curves in the silver that have become signatures of Suzuki’s distinctive style.
In the ten years since graduating from the Royal College of Art, Suzuki has taken the world of silver and precious metal by storm. His rise to prominence has been as remarkable as his extraordinary hand-raised silver vessels. It is not just the superlative skill of his craftsmanship but the monumental size of the majority of his pieces that makes his work so unique. Avidly collected, he now has works in 27 major public collections across the globe including the V&A, the Museum of Arts and Design, New York and the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.
Underground Stations: St Paul’s, Mansion House, Barbican
Buses: 8, 11, 25, 100, 242, 56
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Vale a pena visitar o seu site, tem vários artigos e notícias online, ou subscrever!