I was a free lance jewellery designer and master pattern maker for the trade in Dublin, before going out on my own in 2009. I studied a degree in Fine Craft Design, J ...Read more
I am a ceramic artist, currently based in Drogheda, Co .Louth.
I have obtained a pass degree in Fine Art from Galway Mayo Institute of Technology
I have organized classes and taught children of all ages and backgrounds over the past 20 years.Read more
The Cork-born artist graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 1980. She works in media including felt, print and drawing. Her work includes felt sculp ...Read more
Ceramics are typically very strong and can be found in watch parts, car spark plugs, electrical conductors, phone lines, appliance coatings, space shuttle & aeroplane nose ...Read more
Sheet, wire, tube, bars and nuggets are some of the forms that metal can be bought in today. Jewellers, blacksmiths and other metalworkers apply a variety of skills, techniques ...Read more
This refers to both synthetic raw materials and new technologies like laser cutting, water jet cutting, rapid prototyping, motion capturing, interactive magnetic wall coverings ...Read more
Róisín de Buitléar (Ireland) has a long association with Waterford Crystal, since her student days at NCAD. As a glass artist, she organised many collaborations with the fact ...Click to watch
From the series, Stories in the Making. Lisa Shawgi talks about her childhood in the Sudan and the impact that this had on her knitwear designs today. She reveals some of here f ...Click to watch
From the series, Stories in the Making. Glenn Lucas, Woodturner discusses his background, his inspiration, and his reasons for taking up the craft of wood turning. Glen also tal ...Click to watch
Take a quick skip through colour theory, and how some of modern art’s giants have put it into practice including Turner, Mondrian, Malevich and Klee.External link
Broken skateboard decks + creativity + craft = Beautiful sunglasses by Schwood.
Find out how here.
Watch Magda Sayeg of ‘Nitta Please’ talk about ‘Yarn Bombing’ and the history of yarn graffitiExternal link
Create an acoustically delightful string of assorted objects to add to a large collaborative wind chime and as it grows listen to it sing in the breeze.External link
Join in some printing fun and learn a new craft skill with craftsperson and textile designer Caroline Ryan, to create a silkscreen-printed masterpiece.External link
Crafty fun for all the family at National Craft Gallery inspired by current exhibitions, usually the second Saturday of each month. Children together with parents enjoy fun fill ...External link