Cockpit Arts FREE Open Studio

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Friday, 8 June 2018 - Sunday, 10 June 2018
Fri 6pm - 9pm, Sat + Sun 11am – 6pm

During Open Studios weekend, there will be a curated display featuring makers participating in the Cockpit Arts / London Creative Network Programme. Part funded by the European Regional Development Fund, LCN is a professional development programme designed to help craft makers to enhance their ability to succeed and thrive.

Other highlights include demonstrations and talks from Cockpit makers Lucy McGrath, Shelley James, Ian Scott Kettle and Onome Otite, and an interactive display by Ekta Kaul.

Makers new to the Holborn incubator include fashion jeweller Niza Huang, digitally minded textiles artist Danny Lee, handweaver Laura Woodhouse and contemporary embroiderer Hannah Refaat

To help plan your visit, see the Maker Directory for a full list of current studio holders.

Cockpit Yard, Northington St, London, WC1N 2NP
Tubes: Holborn, Chancery Lane & Russell Square
FREE ENTRY (Donations welcome)

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