There’s so much going on for this festival and we want to go to everything! We've picked our 'must sees' and have shared them with you here. Check out the programme online for more detail on these events - jsut click on the links to find out more.
What? Exhibition Featuring the work of Yorkshire Artspace studio holders Maria Hanson, Owen Waterhouse and Coilin O’Dubhghaill
Where? Butcher Works Gallery – 72 Arundel Street Sheffield S1 2NS
When? Sat 13 – Sat 20 June. Public talk: Wed 17 June 18.00 – 20.00
What?Talks and presentations to help start r grow your creative business
Where? Electric Works - Sheffield Digital Campus Sheffield S1 2BJ
When? Monday 15th June. Business advice taster sessions 16:00 - 18:00. Presentations for creative businesses 16:00 - 18:00
What? Everything from fashion to product design - available to buy from variety of makers over the course of the week.
Where? Winter Gardens Pop Up Shop
When? Sun 14 - Sun 28 June
What? Following on from last years successful CraftWorks conference produced in partnership with the Crafts Council. We now present an opportunity to hear from a range of designer/makers talking about their work.
Where? Ground Floor Lunchtime Talks Millennium Gallery Arundel Gate Sheffield S1 2PP
When? 15 June - Side by Side Studio, 16 June - Lianne Mellor and Owen Waterhouse, 17 June - Mir Jansen and Henk Littlewood
What? Matt Turner of Cycle Sheffield explains how the Dutch approach of designing freedom to move into their urban spaces affords families a quality of life and freedom which is the envy of Europe.
Where? Cantor Lecture Theatre. Cantor Building, Sheffield Hallam University 153 Arundel St, Sheffield, S1 2NT
When? Wednesday 17th June, 6.15-7.15pm
What? Just Do Good Shit is an exhibition between 12 local design studios to answer one question: ‘What’s the most important thing you’ve learnt so far?’. Collaborators will display their answer through whatever medium suits, the final pieces will be displayed at 156 Arundel St.
Where? 156 Arundel Street, Sheffield, S1 4RE
When? Private View Friday 19 June. 6pm – 9pm. General View Saturday 20 June. 10am – 5pm.