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Recruiting New Members

03 Mar 2019 · Member News

We are currently recruiting new members in Ceramics • Glass • Jewellery • Metal • Furniture • Musical Instruments • Leatherwork • Basketry • Booking Binding • and other Crafts which the SDC does not currently represent

SDC Members Day & AGM 2019

28 Feb 2019 · Society News

SDC Members Day 2019 incorporating our AGM

Russia 2019: Tour of the Golden Ring

19 Feb 2019 · Member News

A Tour organised and led by Christine-Ann Richards FSDC

A Tour of China

19 Feb 2019 · Member News

Led by well-known Australian Ceramicist Marian Howell

New Members

28 Nov 2018 · Society News

The Society is delighted to welcome three new members who have had their work independently assessed and have been awarded membership of the Society. Our latest members are Ben Tcharny LSDC (furniture), Liz Ramsay LSDC (woven textiles) and Shelley Morrow MSDC (Stitched & Constructed Textiles).

This original '200 Top Authors Award' book in 1993 has been updated and revamped in 2018. A unique feature of this book is the Themes section - a gallery of mouthwatering designs mostly chosen by Jeremy and including the work of Fred Baier, Katie Walker, Thomas Vaughan, Jolyon Yates, Christine Meyer-Eaglestone, Andrew Lawton and John Makepeace. Signed copies are available from Jeremy Broun FSDC at www.woodomain.com

New Members

22 Nov 2018 · Society News

The Society is constantly looking for and promoting the work of exciting makers in many discliplines. These year alone we have awarded membership to 15 new members who had their work independently assessed, including Deborah Timperley (Glass)who was awarded MSDC status and Emma Swinburne (Woven Textiles) who has been accepted as a new licentiate. Congratulations to you all!

Seeking our LSDC members opinions

19 Nov 2018 · Society News

The Society is inviting its LSDC members to join two focus groups, one in London and one in Manchester to discuss how our Mentoring Scheme may best serve our members. Places are offered on a first come first serve basis with £50 being paid towards expenses.

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