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Articles by Grant Gibson

Grant Gibson is a former editor of Blueprint and Crafts and hosts the podcast Material Matters.

Laura Ellen Bacon by Grant Gibson

Laura Ellen Bacon: TDE speaks to the sculptor as she finishes weaving two large willow installations for the Abbaye de Maubuisson, near Paris.

The Jerwood Art Fund Makers Open 2022 by Grant Gibson

The Jerwood Art Fund Makers Open 2022: Former Jerwood judge, Grant Gibson, has a close look at the newly commissioned work of five early-career artists and makers.

We Gather by Grant Gibson

We Gather: Five female makers of Black and Asian heritage tackle history, heritage and contemporary experience.

London Making Now by Grant Gibson

London Making Now: A showcase of contemporary makers and their contribution to the capital's long history of creativity and craft.

Theaster Gates / A Clay Sermon by Grant Gibson

Theaster Gates / A Clay Sermon: The Chicagoan artist curates a complex and thought-provoking ceramics exhibition in East London.

British Ceramics Biennial 2021 by Grant Gibson

British Ceramics Biennial 2021: Ten years on, the festival of contemporary ceramics has grown in scope and strength.

LDF / Discovered by Grant Gibson

LDF / Discovered: Promoting twenty young designers and the merits of American hardwood.

Craft Spotlight: Chris Day by Grant Gibson

Craft Spotlight / Chris Day: Powerful and evocative work from an upcoming talent who confronts black history in a profound and authentic way.

Tuesday Riddell: Web by Grant Gibson

Tuesday Riddell / Web: An ancient technique used to tell a contemporary tale of the beauty and drama of nature.

Book Review / Handmade by Grant Gibson

Book Review / Handmade: An absorbing account of a material scientist's adventures in the workshop.

Book Review / Moving Objects by Grant Gibson

Book Review / Moving Objects: Emotive design: What is it and what does it do?

Pioneering Women by Grant Gibson

Pioneering Women: An exhibition that highlights the diversity, strength and influence of three generations of female ceramists.

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