Sydney Craft Week 2021 Exhibitions
Explore these exhibitions featured as part of the Sydney Craft Week Festival ‘The Digital Edition’. Due to lifting lockdown conditions, the festival is primarily digital with several exhibitions able to be viewed in local neighbourhoods through gallery windows and some galleries opening to the public. Read on for more information.
Buildings that are either under threat of demolition or have been demolished are explored in this ceramic exhibition Endangered + Extinct: Natalie Rosin and is available to view on the Australian Design Centre website.
Six Inner West makers exhibit new work for the fifth annual A Handmade Life Collective Exhibition, centring around the theme of ‘’looking back to move forward”.
Barometer Gallery features Second Look: handmade textiles - a window exhibition features textiles that have been given a new life, a second look. The exhibition includes works created by basketry, collage, embroidery, knitting, printing, weaving, natural dye and Shibori techniques.
Craft NSW’s exhibition The Value of Hands includes textiles, woodwork, jewellery and ceramics all made by hand with a dedication to craft.