Continuing exhibitions and events
Thank you to everyone who participated in this year's Sydney Craft Week! Your enthusiasm is what made this event such a success.
And it's not over yet! There are still a number of events and ongoing exhibitions that are open.
On Tuesday 17 October, craft professor and writer Jessica Hemmings will speak at UNSW Art and Design in a public lecture Can That Be Taught?.
Next weekend have a go at a Ceramic Painting Workshop at Sew Make Create, on Sunday 29 October.
The following exhibitions are still showing:
Marion Hall Best: Interiors (until 12 November) and The Moderns (until 26 November) at Sydney Living Museums.
Artisans in the Gardens at Lion Gate Lodge, Royal Botanic Gardens (until 22 October)
Love Is: Australian Wedding Fashion at Powerhouse Museum (until 22 April 2018)
Data Lace at University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Library (until 3 November)
Meet the Makers at Society of Arts and Crafts of NSW ( until 29 October)
Ornamental Hallucination at Firstdraft (until 27 October)
Darlinghurst and Surry Hills
Bulay(i): Buku-Larrnggay Mulka and The Indigenous Jewellery Project; Biotextilogy: The Cellular Catwalk and HAKK by Gunjan Aylawadi exhibitions at the Australian Design Centre (until 15 November).
Rachel Timmins: Unexpected Companions and Zoe Brand: Break it to me Gently exhibition at Stanley Street Gallery (until 28 October)
Ceramics: Recent Works, The Ulmer Hocker Brief and Galeecha: Cultural Textiles Design at UNSW Art and Design (until 21 October)
Exhibition and Open Studio at Claypool (until 22 October)
This is Love : Rachel Castle at Koskela (until 5 November)
Weaving Labour at Barometer Gallery (until 21 October)
A Vision Splendid, New Ceramics by Jeffery Mincham AM at Sabbia Gallery (until 4 Nov)
TableTalk 2017 at Kerrie Lowe Gallery ( until 17 October)
A handmade life by Six Inner West Makers at the Chrissie Cotter Gallery (until 22 October)
Angel messenger . Go-between . Guardian and Uplifting: Paintings and Ceramics at Woodpapersilk (until 22 October)
Fragmatism: Fresh from the Tropics at ArtSHINE Industries (until 26 October)
Ephemeris: Some Notes from the Natural World by Jeff Mincham, Master of Ceramics at Sturt Gallery and Studios (until 12 November)