The latest in our Makers’ Stories series features woven textile artist, Majeda Clarke.
Category: Makers’ Stories
NEWS: Makers’ Stories – Onome Otite – Textile Artist and Illustrator 29th January 2018
Onome Otite has built her business in just a few years thanks to the support of the Cockpit Arts | Prince’s Trust Creative Careers programme.
NEWS: Makers’ Stories: Matthew Warner – Studio Potter 14th December 2017
Find out more about studio potter, Matthew Warner, in the latest in our Makers’ Stories series.
NEWS: Makers’ Stories: Darren Appiagyei – Woodturner 17th July 2017
This month’s Makers’ Stories features Award-winner and Woodturner, Darren Appiagyei
Read about illustrator Josie Shenoy’s journey, life after Cockpit Arts and our London Creative Network Programme
Makers’ Stories – Cockpit Arts / NADFAS Award – Lucy McGrath 11th April 2017
In 2016, applications were invited for the ninth Cockpit Arts / NADFAS Award. This prestigious award aims to support professional craftspeople working with traditional craft skills, with particular consideration given… Read more
Makers’ Stories – Ejing Zhang 19th December 2016
It’s not hard to see why Ejing Zhang’s strikingly beautiful jewellery has become such an overnight success.
Makers’ Stories – Tania Clarke Hall 13th December 2016
Tania Clarke Hall is an award-winning jeweller working in leather. Influenced by her background in chemistry and a love of Japanese design.
Makers’ Stories – Omeima Mudawi-Rowlings 26th October 2016
Omeima Mudawi-Rowlings is a textile artist and designer whose use of intense colours and rich blending and layering techniques is influenced by her Sudanese upbringing. In 2015 she was selected… Read more
Makers’ Stories – Dovile Bertulyte 18th October 2016
One of Cockpit Arts’ newest arrivals is conceptual jeweller, Dovile Bertulyte, whose striking mixed-media pieces are already attracting the attention of major galleries in the UK. Dovile joined Cockpit Arts… Read more
Makers’ Stories – Shona Marsh 21st June 2016
“I wanted to move somewhere where there was more going on, more happening, especially as most of my customers were down in London.”