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Society Member Fergus Wessel has just published a new book called Headstones- Advice and Inspiration. The book is being sold to raise money for Maggie's Cancer Care Charity and is one of the few publications in the UK which offers advice and ideas for choosing a headstone.

The Society of Designer Craftsmen is seeking to recruit an Administrator who will be responsible for the smooth and efficient administration of the Society, supporting the Chair and Trustees in achieving our vision and goals for our members and the wider public.

Society of Designer Craftsmen - Video

05 Jan 2021 · Society News

The Society of Designer Craftsmen's exhibition "Into The Light" at the Oxmarket Gallery in August 2020, brought together the work of over 30 artists working across a range of craft disciplines including textiles, ceramics, glass, wood, paper, silver and jewellery.

November Newsletter

15 Nov 2020 · Newsletters

November 2020 - Newsletter 138

Jeremy Broun publishing

07 Nov 2020 · Member News

Seasoned woodworking author and Society Fellow Jeremy Broun whose Encyclopedia of Woodworking Techniques won a ‘Top 200 Books’ award in 1993 (re-published in 2018) has recently branched out to design and publish his own hardback books.

The Alan Peters Online Furniture Award

03 Nov 2020 · Member News

An annual award celebrating the legacy of one of Britain’s most prominent furniture designer-makers of the late 20th century. 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 has now been extended to 14th March 2021.

September Newsletter

20 Sep 2020 · Newsletters

September 2020 - Newsletter 137

The Sunbury Gallery have selected and hung a small exhibition of pieces from the personal collection of Society Fellow Diana Springall. The work displayed can be viewed until 20 September 2020 and is a small part of the entire Collection to be housed in the new extended Embroidery Gallery. This nationally important collection of the art of contemporary embroidery has been accumulated by Diana Springall over six decades.

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