Experts, Ideas & Markets

Contemporary Craft Markets 

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With a long history of successful craft fairs, mac Birmingham is proud to present another year of monthly markets showcasing the work of local designer makers. Expect a range of stalls with a broad selection of quality handmade products including ceramics, jewellery, paintings, and craft items.

The markets are free to attend and take place on the first Sunday of each month from 11am - 5pm, with stalls throughout mac's bustling public foyer.

Next event: 6 Aug 

Designer makers on Sunday 6 August will be:

Jane McKay | Gallerie Du Grotesque | http://prettypinkpumpkin.blogs 

Ruth Turner | Mufti Creation | 

Anna Backman | Anna Backman Jewellery |  www.annabackmanjewellery.co.uk

Helen Wilson | Hel Bent Books | www.helbentbooks.co.uk

Robert Geoghegan | Funny Brummie Pictures | http://robspaintings.com/about/

Naomi Palmer | White Willow Art | www.whitewillowart.com

Shelli Graham | Illustrator | http://www.shelligraham.com/ 

Beryl Morgans | Beryl Morgans Glass Designs | www.berylmorgans.com

Kate Phipps | Kate Phipps Jewellery | www.katephipps.com

Sheleen Estridge | Curious Pencil Cards | www.curiouspencilcards.co.uk 

Chloe Lawson | www.chloelawsonlinoprints.co.uk 

Tom Bramwell | Tom Bramwell Designs | www.tombramwelldesign.co.uk

Louise Neal | Silvertopia Jewellery | www.silvertopiajewellery.co.uk

Adam Hussain | A H Contemporary Glass Ltd | www.ahcontemporaryglass.co.uk 

Zoe Hodgson | Zoe Ruth Designs | www.ZoeRuthDesigns.co.uk

Charlotte Mathieu |  http://charlotte-mathieu.com/ 
 

mac  has been supporting artists for over 50 years and ensuring they are given opportunities for professional development. We regularly offer an emerging designer-maker the opportunity to take over one of our stalls during our market, allowing them to experience the process of selling first hand, promote their business and build up a customer base.

Featured Designer Maker -

Tom Bramwell Designs

Tom bases his work on the world around him, mainly architecture but other man made items too. He's interested in man made structures that have been changed in some way by natural processes, whether natural chemicals, the weather or even just damage caused by plants and trees growing up and around something, as well as more geometric architectural formations he finds. He is keen to observe shapes forms and textures within each subject and portray that in the work whether it is large scale pieces or jewellery. He then abstract, adapt and replicate certain interests to create new innovative, contemporary designs.

I find the world a much more interesting place when nature has been interfered with mans plans and designs

Tom Bramwell

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