Oct 29, 2020
In our latest episode of The Capital of Craft, Sarah from Craft Festival talks to illustrator, printmaker and live artist, Lucie Sheridan AKA Rubbish Portraits.
This podcast contains huge amounts of laughing.
Based in Centrepace Studios in Bristol, Lucie shares her journey from illustrator to her genius concept,...
Oct 22, 2020
In this episode of The Capital of Craft, Sarah James from Craft Festival talks to knitwear designer maker and alpaca farmer, Sian O'Doherty.
Based on Ash Farm in Pembrokeshire, Sian discusses how she works with wool, how she developed her use of alpaca wool and how she has expanded the herd.
Sarah and Sian also discuss...
Oct 15, 2020
In this episode of The Capital of Craft, Sarah James from Craft Festival talks to printmaker, designer and illustrator Tom Frost from his home in rural Carmarthenshire.
They discuss Tom's varied career, the different ways that he works and what's he's been doing over the last 6 months and the positive outcomes of...
Oct 8, 2020
Welcome to The Capital of Craft, where we talk with makers and thinkers about what it means to be a maker and how it can change your life.
In this episode, Sarah James from Craft Festival talks to textile artist and teacher, Suzi Park.
Based in the West Wales town of Cardigan, Suzi set up Make it in Wales, a workshop,...
Oct 1, 2020
In this episode, Sarah James from Craft Festival talks to letterpress printer and designer, Nick Hand from The Letterpress Collective. They are speaking from Nick's home in Bristol.
Sarah and Nick discuss the history of letterpress printing and how it is positioned on the Red List of Endangered Crafts published by the...