Open Source Salon – On Making with Jacqueline Moore

Image Credit: Akiko Hirai. Moon jar, large, 2019. Installation view, ‘common ground’, Make Hauser & Wirth Somerset, 2019. Photo: Emma Lewis

Hauser & Wirth Somerset Durslade Farm, Dropping Lane, Bruton, Somerset BA10 0NL

441749814060
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www.hauserwirth.com

Thursday 18 July 2019
6.30 – 9.30 pm
Opening Hours: 10 – 5
Admission Fee: £35
Booking essential
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The next Open Source Salon at Hauser & Wirth Somerset welcomes Jacqueline Moore, Director of Make Hauser & Wirth Somerset together with Natalie Melton, Creative Director at the Crafts Council, and Malaika Byng, Editor of Crafts Magazine.

They will explore contemporary making and the resurgence of interest in the crafted object, focusing their discussion on the value of the handmade as well as the vision for Make gallery. Whilst in conversation, guests will have the opportunity to handle, examine and interrogate objects and participate in an open Q&A.

Open Source Salon is a collaboration between Hauser & Wirth Somerset and Roth Bar & Grill. Each salon invites key speakers to share their knowledge and experience on one of the key themes at the heart of Hauser & Wirth Somerset – art, architecture, landscape and food.

Tickets are £35 and include a two-course meal and glass of wine.

Book by 14 July 2019 to avoid disappointment.

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Please note this event takes place at Hauser & Wirth Somerset.

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