Cockpit Arts' Open Studios happen twice a year; see behind the scenes, meet 170 makers over two sites.
Looking to source beautifully crafted designs? We can help connect you to exceptional designer-makers.
For a fantastic ‘behind-the-scenes’ experience visit one of our renowned Open Studios where you can meet hundreds of designer-makers and buy from them direct. We only open our doors twice a year so these events are not to be missed.
If you are looking to arrange a private studio visit, commission a bespoke piece or want to buy from one of our studio holders direct, visit our newly enhanced designer-maker directory. Many of our studio holders also have their own online shops.
Looking for a gift? You can buy beautiful work from a selection of our studio holders though the new Cockpit Arts collection on CultureLabel.com! CultureLabel creates a hand-curated edit of the most stylish products and affordable art from leading galleries, artists, independent stores and museums from around the world. The Cockpit Arts collection is updated regularly with new and exciting products.
Commissioning a craft object or piece of jewellery, however large or small, is an exciting process. We have provided a step-by-step guide to help you make the most of it.
Discover stunning pieces hot from the studios, exciting events and more on our shopping news page. To be the first to hear about our events sign up for our e-newsletter or keep connected on Facebook and Twitter.
If you are looking for a special experience we can arrange private shopping tours around Cockpit Arts’ studios for you to meet designer-makers, talk to them about their work and shop in a relaxed and enjoyable environment.
For extra special shopping events and offers as well as inside information about our designer-makers, join as a Supporter of Cockpit Arts.
Our Maker Difference campaign launched in 2009 and explored some of the broader benefits (to people and planet) of buying hand-crafted work. The campaign generated a huge buzz and over 12,000 people registered their support. Our Maker Difference Manifesto remains just as relevant today.