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SCENE: ‘MADE10, Brighton’s Design


& Craft Fair’ by Bebe Bradley of www.meninafeliz.com November sees the return of MADE to the beautiful Corn Exchange in the heart of Brighton. Supported by Coast Magazine, the fair offers the public an excellent opportunity to buy original and exceptional craft from the very best of local and national designers and makers.


Launched in 2006 as the Brighton Craft Fair and renamed in 2008, it became ‘MADE 08 - Brighton’s Design and Craft Fair’ to reflect the cutting edge design skills of many of the makers and to attract other designers. Brought to you by artist and printmaker Sarah Young and administrator Jon Tutton – the team who also organise October’s highly successful Brighton Art Fair - MADE is now in its fifth year having become firmly established as a friendly and accessible, high quality annual event on the South East Arts calendar.


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Attracting over 5000 visitors each year, MADE showcases over 100 contemporary makers and designers in a vast array of media ranging from colourful glassware and the softest knitted textiles, to elegant ceramics and dazzling jewellery. With work priced between £20 and £1500, this is the perfect place for visitors to view and buy unique pieces in a friendly and informal atmosphere.


Made provides a space for designer/ makers to sell directly to the public and the chance to establish relationships with buyers, potential buyers, galleries and craft suppliers. MADE10 is delighted to offer readers of UKHandmade a ‘2 for 1’ ticket offer. For details, please email names and addresses to 241@made10.co.uk before Friday, 12th November 2010.


“beach huts” textile art by Gillian Bates http://www.gillianbates.co.uk


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