The Curators’ Guide to Venice

With the Venice Biennale up and running once more (until 25 November 2018), we asked the people who know it best – the hoteliers, the art critics, the artists and most of all the curators – to open up their little black books for us…

Helping refugees preserve local crafts

With international Refugee Week, we look at Made 51 an organisation supporting and empowering uprooted craftspeople and makers living in refugee camps all over the world...

373 reasons why print isn't dead

A new exhibition at Somerset House, Print! Tearing It Up tells the fascinating story of British independent magazines – and why they are just as important today as ever…

Sign up for courses at The Craftsman's Cottage

A year after opening, founder and craft obsessive Amanda Bannister wants to go one further in championing British Craft by encouraging her guests to gain hands-on craft experience through a series of ‘makers’ courses. In association with Hole & Corner, she now offers a range of unique workshops...

Roll Away the Stone

Johnny Messum describes how one of the earliest examples of art in Britain was discovered in the field behind his sculpture gallery, Messums Wiltshire, and how it might persuade us to think of art as fundamental throughout human evolution…

Potter Steven James Will on the alchemy of ceramics

Driven by a compulsion to make, Steven James Will justifies his work by making it as 'local and personal as possible.'  It would be hard to find anything more real and local than the very earth he dredges out of rivers with his bare hands, while wild swimming with his dog Otto… 

Listen Weekly 10: Evening

To coincide with the different times of day reflected across the four covers of our current Nest Issue, we round off the series with our 'Evening' playlist…

Mark Reddy on the ultimate object of good – the spoon

For London Craft Week, woodcarver Mark Reddy set up his workspace at the Hole & Corner x dunhill’s Home of Craftsmanship in Mayfair. In case you didn’t get to come participate in one of his exclusive spoon carving workshops or see him at work, we caught up with him to talk through why this simple object captivates him…

Michael Ruh's glassware essentials for the table

After a busy weekend, working in the courtyard at the Hole & Corner x dunhill's Home of Craftsmanship for London Craft Week, glassblower Micheal Ruh picks out six of his of his favourite glassware pieces for the table…

Maria Sigma

Weaver Maria Sigma talks about working from home

For London Craft Week, weaver Maria Sigma moves her enormous loom from her home studio into The Home of Craftsmanship. While she demonstrates her work in a new environment, we caught up with Sigma about the delicate art of working from home…

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