Plate-Up

The Devon Guild of Craftsmen

01626 832223
devonguild@crafts.org.uk
www.crafts.org.uk

Saturday 15 September 2018 – Sunday 04 November 2018
Opening Hours: 10:00 - 17:30
Booking not necessary

Michelin-starred executive chef Michael Wignall has his own distinct way of serving dishes, using handmade tableware as part of the presentation. As co-curator of Plate Up he’s selected a delicious array of contemporary craftwork (silverware, dishes, furniture) by makers inspired by the cooking and serving of food, in this unique showcase of a top chef’s aesthetic and cultural influences.

Open daily, 10am-5.30pm. Free entry.

 

Plate Up exhibition launch event on Fri 14 September 6-8pm.

Free entry. A special preview of the new exhibition formally opened by chef and co-curator Michael Wignall, with a welcome drink courtesy of Taittinger Champagne (for our first 100 guests) and bespoke snacks created especially for the evening by Michael himself. Other alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks will be available.

No need to book.

 

Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Riverside Mill, Bovey Tracey, Devon, TQ13 9AF

Contact: 01626 832223

Enquiries on devonguild@crafts.org.uk

 

EXTRA INFO:           

https://www.facebook.com/DevonGuildofCraftsmen/

https://twitter.com/devonguild @devonguild

https://www.instagram.com/devonguildcrafts/   @devonguildcrafts

Hashtags    #plateupexhibition     @michaelwignall_on Instagram

 

Exhibitors:

Chloé Rosetta Bell (Whinblossom Ceramics), Hilary Burns (Basketry), Brigitte Colleaux (Ceramics), Jon Curtis (Ceramics), James Devereux (Glass), Charlotte Duckworth (The Silver Duck - Silversmith), Alexander de Vol (Wood), Marie Eklund (Wood), Nancy Fuller (Ceramics), Akiko Hirai (Ceramics), Evogro (growing herbs), Sarah Jerath (Ceramics), Daniel Maltwood & Justin Sinclair (Pareusi Knives), Melissa Montague (Metal), Elvis Robertson (Ceramics), Anna Sibast (Sibast Furniture), Samantha Sweet (Glass), Dolores Swift (Leather), Ambrose Vevers (Furniture), Cristina Vezzini & Stan Chen (Vezzini & Chen - Lighting), Nic Webb (Ceramics & Wood), David White (The Whittlings - Wood), Andrew Woodhead (Crafted Knife Company).

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