Just finished hanging the show at CraftCo in Southwold, Suffolk - it's the work of 8 students from the BA (Hons)Textile Design Course at Norwich University of the Arts who have taken up the invitation to show work within the CraftCo gallery. The project set the students the task of developing their practice and steering it towards the creation of objects of desire that will be for sale. The wide ranging work on show is testament to the creative minds of the individuals involved alongside the student centred approach to design that is embedded within the Textile Course at NUA. You'll be able to see items that have creative and practical value with innovative thinking at their core. The activities involved includes spinning, weaving, knitting, embroidery, printing. The work in the exhibition is affordable and accessible, I would recommend coming to see these designers at the start of what will be exciting careers so you can say you saw them first, while there why not buy while they are still affordable.
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