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Friday 23rd – Sunday 25th September
Brighton Dome – The Corn Exchange

The Fair

Last year MADE BRIGHTON celebrated ten years of bringing the most exciting contemporary designer/makers to the Corn Exchange for this annual show. This year we will present 50 of the best makers in the country selling work ranging from cutting edge ceramics, contemporary jewellery, blown and kiln formed glass as well as wood and textiles.

This Year Art and Craft Unite

Due to the refurbishment programme of The Dome Corn Exchange starting in the autumn of 2016, this year we are hosting a joint art, craft and design fair in Brighton. We will be selecting 50 each of the best contemporary artists and designer / makers across all media to present a show which will be varied, exciting and full of original and unique work.

Brighton Art Fair

Brighton Art Fair will be running alongside MADE BRIGHTON and will be presenting 50 of the best artists, printmakers, sculptors and photographers showing and selling their work direct to the public. Details of all the artists exhibiting can be found here.

Corn Exchange

Bee Bowen’s Hand Dyed Textiles

For Bee Bowen hand dying all began in India where she’d won a scholarship to study artisan production a few years ago. Many traditional crafts that have almost died out in the west are still being practised in India. Bee spent a few weeks working with a tie dye artisan and learning about dyeing, which… Read more »

New Work by Penny Warren

Penny Warren has been working on a new range using textured wallpaper printed onto aluminium and milled onto silver, then combined. The collection is called the ‘Alyssa’ as that’s the name of the wallpaper Penny is using! The range will be launched at MADE BRIGHTON

Alice Barnes Commission Work

Jeweller Alice Barnes has been working on a couple of great commissions lately, both using shapes and designs found in her latest range. The Pleated collection is inspired by the angles and folds found in origami and paper sculpting, with shard-like qualities and a hint of Art Deco about it.   The first request was… Read more »

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