Lots of little figures made from nuts and seed cases.

Good Luck Gum Nut Folk by Joanna Simpson

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  • Craftspace+ exclusive private viewing and tour of We Are Commoners! exhibition (Birmingham), details TBC

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Lots of tiny figures standing in rows made from nuts and seeds.

Guided talk of Collect, International Art Fair of Modern Craft and Design, with Deirdre Figueiredo. Free tickets (random draw)

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