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Social Media 101 – Workshop at artisan, presented by Homeroom, 21st July, 2016 Social Media 101 – Workshop at artisan, presented by Homeroom, 21st July, 2016 In awe of the intricate Strung exhibition pieces surrounding me, I sat down, eager to learn more about how easy social media is to use, and how to make the most of it for... More
Strung weaving circle | 20 August Strung weaving circle | 20 August

To celebrate our Strung exhibition, weavers from Queensland Basketmakers are hosting a weaving jam at artisan. Come along and watch these talented basketmakers in acti... More

Big shoes to fill: bespoke shoemaking with Rachel Ayland Big shoes to fill: bespoke shoemaking with Rachel Ayland

The Apprenticeship curators Richard Stride and Aaron Barton recently caught up with shoemaker Rachel Ayland to discuss her journey into shoemaking and the challenges s... More

Reviving the tinsmith business with Ian Morgan Reviving the tinsmith business with Ian Morgan

The Apprenticeship curators Richard Stride and Aaron Barton recently caught up with tinsmith Ian Morgan to discuss the nature of tinsmithing in Australia and how he ma... More

Opening | Strung Friday 8 July 2016 Opening | Strung Friday 8 July 2016

Please join us for the opening of Strung from 5.30-6pm on Friday 8 July 2016

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Reinventing the apprenticeship: looking at new learning models for craftspeople with Aaron Barton Reinventing the apprenticeship: looking at new learning models for craftspeople with Aaron Barton We recently caught up with Aaron Barton of Backwoods Originals to discuss his journey as a furniture maker and how he was able to establish a successful artisanal furnit... More
Forging a new path for the bladesmithing industry in Australia Forging a new path for the bladesmithing industry in Australia

In Australia today, cutlery and knifes are almost entirely mass-produced and imported from overseas factories. As a result, no cutlery industry exists in Australia out... More

Call for applications: 2017 Ivory Street Window Gallery exhibition program Call for applications: 2017 Ivory Street Window Gallery exhibition program Artisan is inviting practitioners, groups, curators and organisations to submit exhibition proposals for our 2017 Ivory Street Window Gallery exhibition program. We are l... More
The Apprenticeship panel discussion and closing event | 24 June The Apprenticeship panel discussion and closing event | 24 June

Join us for this closing event for our exhibition The Apprenticeship featuring a panel of craftspeople and industry experts exploring how learning pathways can evolve ... More

Frank & Mimi | The contemporary revival of hand lettering Frank & Mimi | The contemporary revival of hand lettering

The Apprenticeship curators, Richard Stride and Aaron Barton, caught up with Emily and Rick to discuss the story behind Frank & Mimi and how the value of the handmade ... More

Top Shop Picks by Margie Fraser Top Shop Picks by Margie Fraser

We recently asked Margie Fraser to swing by the store and select her favourite pieces in store.

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Contemporary blacksmithing: celebrating the intricate and complex details of hand forged objects Contemporary blacksmithing: celebrating the intricate and complex details of hand forged objects

Curators of The Apprenticeship, Richard and Aaron, recently caught up with blacksmith David Bradley to find out more about his pathway to acquiring his skills and disc... More

Special Gifts for Special Mums Special Gifts for Special Mums More
Online exhibition | City and Nature Online exhibition | City and Nature Welcome to the online home of City and Nature, an exhibition by Nicola Moss showing at private BCM Crucible Gallery from 7 April to 25 May. The exhibition is curated by D... More
Tricks of the trade: reviving handmade tools Tricks of the trade: reviving handmade tools

The Apprenticeship curators, Richard Stride and Aaron Barton, recently caught up with Lachlan to discuss how he became a fine woodworker and the importance of using ha... More

The raw beauty of traditional leather craft The raw beauty of traditional leather craft

The Apprenticeship curators, Richard Stride and Aaron Barton, recently visited Eleisha Nylund's leather shop to discuss her journey into traditional leather making and... More

Opening | The Apprenticeship Friday 29 April 2016 Opening | The Apprenticeship Friday 29 April 2016

Please join us for the opening of The Apprenticeship | 6-8pm, Friday 29 April 2016

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Artisanal brickmaking with Clare Elizabeth Kennedy Artisanal brickmaking with Clare Elizabeth Kennedy

The Apprenticeship curators, Richard Stride and Aaron Barton, recently spoke to Clare Elizabeth Kennedy in her Brisbane-based studio to hear more behind her fascinatin... More

Catherine Large’s Strange Objects Catherine Large’s Strange Objects

We recently spoke to Catherine Large to discuss the inspirations and processes behind her creative practice and Strange Objects.

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Talking Straya’ Nights with textile designer, Julie White Talking Straya’ Nights with textile designer, Julie White

We recently caught up with textile designer Julie White to hear the story behind her label and stunning designs inspired by the Australian landscape.

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Blue hues and earthy tones: ceramics by Charlie and Blair Blue hues and earthy tones: ceramics by Charlie and Blair

After the success of their #100daysofmugs project launch in our Brunswick Street Window last year, we jumped at the chance to catch up with Adrian and Heather to learn... More

Maker & Merchant | Bespoke homewares from talented sister trio Maker & Merchant | Bespoke homewares from talented sister trio

With a new studio in the making and new stock hitting shelves, we jumped at the chance to catch up with the dynamic sister team to gain insight into the successful Mak... More

Opening | Vokes & Peters: Detail and manner Opening | Vokes & Peters: Detail and manner

Please join us for the opening of Vokes & Peters | Detail and manner.

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