Heritage Crafts Association Spring Conference
Whether it’s woodworking, clothes making or blacksmithery that gets your creative juices flowing, the Heritage Crafts Association Spring Conference on the 19th March has something for you
Discover the UK’s traditional hand made crafts at the Heritage Crafts Association’s Spring Heritage Crafts Conference on the 19th March. The conference includes presentations and talks led by craft experts such as Tanya Harrod, journalist and author of The Crafts in Britain in the 20th Century, Mark Henderson, Chairman of the Savile Row Bespoke Association, Stewart Linford, a furniture manufacturer and trader and Alex Langlands, archaeologist, historian and star of BBC 2’s ‘Victorian Farm’ and ‘Edwardian Farm’.
Boasting serious sustainable credentials, the Heritage Crafts Association champions traditional craftsmanship, including shoe making, green woodworking, blacksmithing, knife making and hand weaving. Whether you want to learn to make your own wicker baskets or sew your own clothes, the Heritage Crafts Association Spring Conference has something for everyone.
Cost: Tickets cost £30 (concessions £25)
Date: Saturday 19 March 2011
Time: Between 10am – 4pm
Victoria and Albert Museum
To make a booking for this event: Please complete and return a Booking Form with payment. Forms are available from www.heritagecrafts.org.uk
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