Call out for makers

Published on: 
29 July 2021

THG is looking for South West designer makers who produce high quality work (either one-offs or small scale production) to feature in our annual Christmas selling exhibition of contemporary craft and design.

Present Makers 2021 (13 November - 24 December) showcases creative innovation across craft and design including glass, wood, paper, textiles, prints, ceramics, furniture, jewellery and also includes Christmas gifts, decorations and cards.

To apply, please email
• A brief statement about yourself and your work (no more than one side of A4) including your website and any social media handles.
• Four high quality images (please send JPEGs via WeTransfer)
• Retail prices (inclusive of our 40 % commission) Please note we will not be able to show work by all of those who submit and the final decision will be taken by the curatorial panel. Those selected will be informed by 8 October 2021.

Application deadline: 30 September 2021

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Molly Lemon

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