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Facebook Twitter Creative Jobs. Wonderland Classic Design - Vintage & Retro Furniture in Bristol. Ekohunters - Home page. The Intuitive Management Tool - Time Management. Hannah Redden Interior Design. William Yeoward. Fogo Island Shop accompanies furniture designs with "nutrition" labels. This London Design Festival exhibition presents furniture by designers including Ineke Hans and Donna Wilson, alongside labels that show a full breakdown of each item's cost and its impact on world economies.

Fogo Island Shop accompanies furniture designs with "nutrition" labels

Fogo Island Shop – an offshoot of the business initiative that led to the construction of the Fogo Island hotel and art studios – is presenting its collection in the Brompton Design District. Items on display include a chair by Donna Wilson, a bench by Ineke Hans and tables by Nick Herder. Each one is positioned next to an "economic nutrition" label. The label is broken into two sections – the top provides a breakdown of the production costs, while the bottom shows which countries benefit most from the sale.

"Food nutrition labelling created a revolution in the food industry," said Fogo Island Shop. Traditional upholstery courses diploma and AMUSF. DYLAN 2 Seater Sofa, Yolk Yellow. Portal. Online Textile and Fiber Art Courses – DESIGNERS / MAKERS. Nessa Doran O'Reilly - Furniture Magpies. Fabrics – Galapagos Furniture. Careers - Trouva. Careers.

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Cake & Coffee - Freelancers, Entrepreneurs & Start-Ups (Bristol, England) Bristol Upholsterer Amy Wood Upholstery. Putting the Arts to Work for City Resilience: Creative Placemaking - Bristol Green Capital. Bristol Bearpit, 2014 Bristol’s status as European Green Capital 2015, and one of the Rockerfeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities, is in no small part thanks to the role that arts and culture has played in the city and the collaborative way in which community leaders, collectives, artists and citizens have curated their own urban environments.

Putting the Arts to Work for City Resilience: Creative Placemaking - Bristol Green Capital

Creative placemaking across the city has helped to provoke new perspectives, create stronger social ties, and promote the artistic and resilient spirit that Bristol is celebrated for. Partizipation: Advocacy planning. In this participation method, which originated in the USA, an “advocate“ (not in the legal sense; usually a planner) gives ordinary citizens expert advice in planning matters, assists them and represents them before official bodies at communal and state level.

Partizipation: Advocacy planning

Suitable for underpinning the interests of segments of the population in planning processes where the former have difficulty in expressing themselves, are socially disadvantaged or are simply not organized for ensuring that all segments of the population affected by a planning process are taken into account even-handedly for mediating between the everyday world of ordinary citizens and the perspective of experts Sequence of events. Cushions – makersbristol. The Makershed. Jenny Smith Jenny is a woodwork enthusiast with a background in furniture making, in particular with reclaimed hardwoods.

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She is an experienced woodwork joinery tutor, working for both Bristol Womens Workshop and Bristol City Council Adult Learning Service, and is passionate about teaching skills and getting people making. Alison Vilarkin Ali lives and works in North Bristol as a successful self-employed woodworker, decorator and designer. Bristolupholsteryco. Become a vendor. Contact. Contact. Eat Cake, Share Ideas & Drink Quality Coffee - Cake & Coffee - Freelancers, Entrepreneurs & Start-Ups (Bristol, England) Contact Us. General Enquiries Crafts Council 44a Pentonville Road Islington London N1 9BY Phone: +44 (0) 207 806 2500 Fax: +44 (0) 207 837 6891 COLLECT is the Crafts Council’s flagship selling event which takes place at the Saatchi Gallery.

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Mel Spencer, Director of Delivery Daniella Wells, Galeries Liaison Julia Ravenscroft, COLLECT Open Project Curator Rachael Baker, COLLECT Co-ordinator For press enquiries please contact Grainne at Tomorrow PR on or +44 (0) 207 249 7409. Communications The communications team manages the website, social media, digital presence, press and marketing of all Crafts Council activity. Jill Read, Head of Communications Claire Sawford, Interim Head of Marketing Louise Kelly, Marketing Manager Thomas Sadler, Digital Manager Sara Khan, Press and Marketing Manager Maria Ingouville, Communications Co-ordinator Crafts Magazine The Crafts magazine team manages the production of the bi-monthly Crafts magazine. Bristol Creatives.

Business Visioning, Bristol. Part of a new series of Crafts Council workshops for craft makers Explore your personal values and recognise how to translate these to business values to form your ideal practice.

Business Visioning, Bristol

Our ‘Business Visioning’ sessions are targeted at those at an early stage in their creative business journey as well as anyone seeking to explore how they can use their creativity to start a business. The workshop will provide an introduction to: Creative and financial business modelling Developing your communication skills, including confidence building and using the right language Exploring a financial model for your business Tips on applying for opportunities Business Start Up advice The sessions will be delivered by a member of Crafts Council Talent Development team as well as local relevant organisations. Hygge pop-up shop opens. Hygge (pronounced hoo-ga) is a Danish word encompassing feelings of snugness, warmth and happiness - although of course you already know that as hygge is everywhere this year.

Hygge pop-up shop opens

It's also the name of a pop-up shop open on the Christmas Steps Gallery until December 4 showcasing designers from across Bristol and the South West. Walking into the gallery, it's clear that the space has adopted the hygge concept. A soft, colour changing mood light designed by local artist Anna Glasbrook is mounted to the wall and creates a warm glow, while tufted, colourful drum stools and cubes handcrafted by curator Anna Gravelle add to the cosy vibe. Anna is a textile and surface pattern designer from Wraxall who has carefully selected artists and makers whose works reflect this idea of cosy living. Hothouse blog. Amazon. Write a Letter to the Future. Don't Break The Chain! PFM146 HorovitzOhlsson. Ebook Read Online And Download Free. Ebook Read Online And Download Free.