The event is ‘a showcase of the best craft and design graduate talent from 2020’ and went live online on Thursday 3 December.
Future Edit is organised by the Crafts Council, the national charity for craft, with its goal “to make the UK the best place to make, see, collect and learn about contemporary craft”. They said: “We wanted to give graduates the chance to launch their work to industry, media and the public as they would normally do via their physical degree shows.”
Showcasing the work of 44 selected makers, Future Edit introduces some of the next generation of makers who have been selected for their creative flair, thoughtful design and skilled execution. “Characterful knitted creatures, elegant twisted ‘rope’ gold jewellery, masks made using micro algae, chainmail screens, collapsible colourful vessels and accessories created from a new material made from kombucha drink waste – over 150 objects mean there is something that will appeal to everyone.
Offering a range of prices Future Edit is a chance to give and live with pieces you love and at the same time support a craft maker at the start of their career.”
You will have the opportunity to visit the exhibition in 2021 and we will let you know when we receive the opening times which you will need to pre-book.