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The Society is delighted to announce its latest exhibition where over 100 of the Society’s members will be showcasing original work in textiles, ceramics, glass, wood, paper, stone, base and precious metals is now open at the Bankside Gallery in London. (Image: “Morning Dress" by Anita Bell MSDC)

Transformations Catalogue

14 Jun 2022 · Society News

Combining innovative approach with supreme craftsmanship, over 100 of the Society’s members will be showcasing original work in textiles, ceramics, glass, wood, paper, stone, base and precious metals.

Coloured by Nature - Natural Dyeing with Wensleydale

10 Jun 2022 · Member News

Article for recent edition of Feltmakers Journal "Felt Matters" 2022 (International Feltmakers Association)

The Alan Peters Furniture Award 2022

25 Apr 2022 · Member News

An annual award celebrating the legacy of one of Britain’s most prominent furniture designer-makers of the late 20th century (who was a Fellow of the Society). It aims to encourage talent in the craft of furniture design and making. Organised by Jeremy Broun, FSDC. Applications are now open and the entry deadline is 31st July 2022.

SDC member Jane Colquhoun is a new member of seam collective, a group of 15 textile artists based in the South West of England. seam collective has been selected to exhibit at The Andrew Brownsword Gallery as part of a new experimental, open submission arts programme in partnership with The Holburne Museum.

Student Memberships

18 Oct 2021 · Society News

The Society will soon be launching a new type of membership for full-time students. If you'd like to become a student member, please sign up to our mailing list.

Contemporary British Woodturning Exhibition, 'Wizardry in Wood'

11 Oct 2021 · Member News

See Carlyn and her work at 'Wizardry in Wood'. 13th-16 October 2021. Carpenters Hall London. A selling exhibition of Contemporary British Wood Turning.

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