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DESCRIPTIONWorld Crafts Council - Europe, Bernd Roeter, HWK Rheinhessen, Goettelmannstrasse 1, D - 55130 Mainz, Germany. Book by phone: Credit card bookings can be made on (0044) 171 9388407 However, it would be best if you would contact them directly with your up to date c.v. and a selection of slides. For application and further information please contact Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 2R1. Telephone (0044) 171 9388638. London Clay: Urban Studio Ceramics J !
Exh ibitioos/Competi do ns Embroidery Designer Group's
6th Biennial Exhibition
The Kennedy Gallery, Harcourt Srrcer, Dublin 2. 11th November - 22nd November, 1997.
The EDG invite guest exhibitors to participate in this exhibition. Art College Graduates and professionals in the field of embroidery who are interested should write as soon as possible to the EDG secretary - Niamh McCarthy, 189, Griffith Ave., Dublin 9 - if they wish to take part in the exhibition. No details are necessary, as entry forms will be sent out later. The embroidery submitted should be contemporary and individual art work. It should not be related to clothing or other commercial products.
Artistry in >Xfood Exhibition -From a Piece of "Wood to a Piece of Art
LIGNA Hannover, Germany. 5th - 10th May, 1997.
World Crafts Council - Europe is preparing a special presentation of wood-art on LIGNA Fair 1997.
Participation will be free of costs in Germany: LIGNA Fair offers stand/booth, outfit, lighting and printing of a catalogue of the exhibition for free. WCC-Europe offers preparation, co-ordination and upsetting of the exhibition in Hannover for free.
Participants have to pay: Transportation from their country to Germany, eventually taxes for their goods, and personal travelling costs and accommodation in Germany, if participants want to present personally.
All submissions should be sent immediately with photographs to:
World Crafts Council - Europe, Bernd Roeter, HWK Rheinhessen, Goettelmannstrasse 1, D -55130 Mainz, Germany.
XX'' J ! Workshops
The Burren College of Art, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare.
Week-end and week long workshops in painting, sculpture, basketweaving, calligraphy, interior design, photography, etc. offered throughout August.
For further information please contact Burren College at 065-77200.
Conference London Clay: Urban Studio Ceramics
A conference at the Victoria and Albert Museum on Saturday 10th May, 1997 from 10.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. in the Lecture Theatre.
Book by phone: Credit card bookings can be made on (0044) 171 9388407
For application and further information please contact Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 2R1. Telephone (0044) 171 9388638.
\nno u ncements American Potters Visit
Pathfinders Travel Agency (UK) arc organising a visit to Ireland by a group of American Potters. They want to make sure their visit is enjoyable and interesting and have asked us to tell them about events and exhibitions in the areas they'll be visiting. I f you have any suggestions, contact the address below:
Their itinerary is:
JUNE 26 Shannon - Bunratty - Adare -Killarney
27 Killarney - Ring of Kerry -Muckross - Killarney
28 Killarney - Blarney - Waterford -New Ross
29 New Ross - Wexford - New Ross
30 New Ross - Kilkenny Craft Trail -Wicklow
JULY 01 Wicklow - local potters
02 Wicklow - Dublin including Powerscourt
03 Dublin porters - Marlay Courtyard -Dcsignyard - Tower Design
04 Depart to Wales
Contact: Susan, Pathfinders, 1 Bath Street, Cheltenham, Glos. GL50 1YE, England.
Telephone (0044) 1242 515712 & Facsimile (0044) 1242 521422
Opportunities for Craftworkers in Co. Council Capital Project
Arts Officers throughout Ireland are currently inviting artists to put their names forward for inclusion on panels for the 1% scheme for art in their respective counties.
The 1% scheme for art is funded by the Department of the Environment. Under this scheme, local authorities can allocate 1% of the cost of capital projects - such as roads, housing, public buildings - on an artwork (maximum amount 20,000). The artwork will enhance, be an integral part of, or be connected to the project. We have already shown our Visual Database to several Arts Officers at a recent meeting, and we will of course also be supplying them with our full Register of Craftworkers.
However, it would be best if you would contact them directly with your up to date c.v. and a selection of slides.
If you would like us to send you the list of Arts Officers, please contact: Rhoda Mac Manus, Exhibitions Manager at the Crafts Council's Dublin Office (01-6797383).
The Tea Chest Catalog
We operate a small mail order catalogue and direct marketing company in the USA, based in California. It is a small, but growing operation and our focus is on unique and well designed/crafted items in the 'functional art' line. I f you arc interested in supplying our catalogue please contact us at the address, facsimile or E-mail below:
The Tea Chest Catalog, 1659 N . Capitol Ave., Suite 320. San Jose, California 95132, USA. Attention. Stephen O'Leary.
Facsimile +408-251-3880 Telephone +408-251-3171 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
To advertise in stopress please contact Nuala Mc Gratb at the Crafts Council of Ireland's office in Kilkenny. Telephone 056 61804
S K I L L B A N K Resources Ltd.
SKILLBANK direct sales events in France offer creative producers from across Europe an affordable means of trying out a new market before making long term commitments. Derived from our own experience in design, production, retailing and trade fair organisation, all SKILLBANK events take equal account of the interests of buyers - whether trade or public - and the needs and resources of exhibitors. The venues are chosen to compliment the quality of the products on offer and provide additional attractions for visitors.
For further information on SKILLBANK Resources Ltd. contact:
P.O. Box 35, Newtown, Powys SY16 4ZZ, United Kingdom. Telephone & Facsimile (0044) 1686 670222 or
En Carrie, Pradcs, 81220 St. Paul Cap-de-Joux, France. Telephone (0033) 5 63 707232 Facsimile (0033) 5 63 707041
Work Experience Wanted Two third year textile students from Finland looking for work experience.
They are studying in A H I , the Turku College of Craft and Design in Turku, Finland. Their education includes weaving theory, dressing the loom, textile printing, dyeing and two periods of work experience, each four months. Their second period starts in August 1997. It can be divided into two parts. They are willing to work wirhout any salary. I f you are interested they would be delighted to send you more information abour themselves and their school/studies.
Contact: Camilla Hackman Nina Leppanen Vardbergsgaran 8 c 55 Isannankatu 13 c 20700 Turku Finland
20780 Kaarina Finland
Work Experience Wanted Alexandra Pankau would like to get work experience in Ireland from August to October 1997. She is interested in traditional art work like shipbuilding but would rake any offer in any handicraft. She would also need food and accommodation and would be willing to share housework if placed with the family who would offer her the work experience.
Contact: Alexandra Pankau, Ochsenwerder, Landsrrafie 96, 21037 Hamburg, Germany.
Craft Units Available Burren Coasr, Newquay, Co. Clare.
The project is the development of an old granary converred into a craft centre with three workshops (one designated for porrery already), a cafe and a craft shop. The units available are two adjoining workshops - total area 32.76 square metres.
Preferences to applicants who would be interested in out of season vocational teaching, to extend seasonal activities. Contact: Telephone/ Facsimile 065-78185
Studio Available Bright, spacious, sunny room (1 2*5" x 19*3") leading onto patio in Victorian townhousc, with lots of character in the heart of downtown Dublin.
Rent is 350.00 per month (excluding ESB/telephone bill). Contact: Telephone &C Facsimile 01-4531 365
Studio Spaces Available Tallaght Community Arts Centre
Studio spaces available in old farmhouse beside the Square Shopping Centre. Spaces will be available ro rent from June 1997 for periods ranging between 6 and 12 months in duration.
Proposals should include c.v./biography, visual and documentation of work and a workplan for the proposed period at the Centre. Closing date for proposals is 25th April 1997.
For further information contact: Tallaght Community Arts Centre. Virginia House, Old Blessington Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24. Telephone 01-462 1501 Facsimile 01-462 1640.
Wanted New shop opening in Enniskcrry (interior orientated). Anyone interested in showing their work i.e. furniture, lighting, pottery, textiles etc., please contact: Hermann Heuer, Church Hill , Enniskcrry, Co. Wicklow. Telephone &C Facsimile 01-2866 209 Mobile 088-525188.
Position Vacant Person required for linking and finishing of knitwear at An Tuirnin Lin* Crafistudb/Workshop, Dingle, Co. Kerry. Full training given.
Telephone 066-51944 / 56380 for details.
Weekend Craft Stands Dublin Corporation wishes to invite craftworkers to particpate in its Halston Street Development of craft stands to run at the weekends
Contact Breda Butler, Crafts Council, Kilkenny 056-61804 for derails.
Crafxs Council Announcements Short courses
The Crafts Council are now taking names for their Jewellery Short Courses and Portery
For Sale ^ n o r r Course. Details as follows: Swedish counterbalance (Glimakra) Loom for sale. 4 shaft, 6 pedal, weaving width 39' - 100 cm. Includes bench, 3 reeds, 3 shuttles. Excellent condition. 500.00
Contact: Ailish Moloney, Castletreasure, Douglas, Cork. Telephone 021-893610.
For Sale Nilus Leclerc counterbalance 4 shaft, 6 pedal Loom. Weaving width 45". Complete wirh all accessories. Also quantity cotton and wool on cones. 550.00
Contact: Anne Dunne at 041-22944.
For Sale Passap Duomatic 80 knitting mach