Made in the Middle: Pathways to Making II Symposium

Understanding your value, creating opportunities

A row of simple shaped ceramic vessels with additions of found objects such as lids and cloth covers.

Beauty in Space by Aimee Bollu (Photo: Kate Rossin)

Pathways to Making II
Rugby College, Rugby, Friday 9 March 2018, 10am – 7pm

Professional development for established, emerging makers and craft and design students.

Professional craft skills include valuable material knowledge and problem solving. This symposium will explore the value of maker’s skills to potential partners or collaborators both within and outside the craft sector.

Speakers will present case studies of self-generated wide-ranging opportunities; inspiring delegates to be more innovative and resourceful in their portfolio careers.

This symposium supports the Made in the Middle touring exhibition and further explores themes highlighted in the exhibition. The day will close with a viewing of the exhibition at Rugby Art Gallery & Museum.

Speakers will be announced on the blog: madeinthemiddle.craftspace.co.uk

Tickets: £15
Booking deadline:
 Friday 2 March

Book a place at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pathways-to-making-ii-symposium-tickets-42228670089 

There are 5 free places for disabled artists. Apply with a brief outline on how the symposium will support your practice/professional development to Emma Daker: [email protected]

The symposium is a partnership between Craftspace, Rugby College/Space part of Warwickshire College Group and Rugby Art Gallery & Museum



Where Next

A screen shot of the home page of madeinthemiddle.org showing the logo and a large necklace.

Made in the Middle 30: online exhibition

Browse the Made in the Middle online exhibition. Great for schools and anyone doing an arts award.

A group of small simple items made from a smooth, hard material. Cup-like forms with decoratoins like brushes and small knobs. Some are reminiscent of shaving brushes.

Made in the Middle 2016-2018

Contemporary craft from across the Midlands.

A satirical ceramic sculpture featuring 3 figures with black line drawing markings.

Made in the Middle: Families and Groups

Activites to try at home or in the classroom.

A small rustic vessel made using all parts of the willow.

Made In The Middle: Series

Made in the Middle is the Midland’s principal exhibition of contemporary craft.



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