Pop-Up Summer Markets
In place of our Summer Exhibition in Aldeburgh this year, some of our makers will instead be holding Pop-Up Summer Markets at the Peter Pears Gallery during August.
Pop-Up Summer Markets at Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh
It is with heavy hearts that we have had to cancel our much loved Summer Exhibition this year due to the Coronavirus crisis, but we are pleased to announce that small groups of our makers will be taking part in Summer Pop-Up Markets at the Peter Pears Gallery in Aldeburgh in August.
From Fri 7th to Weds 26th August, small and changing groups of Suffolk craft Society makers will be holding Pop-Up Summer Markets in the Peter Pears Gallery, 152 High Street, Aldeburgh, IP15 5AQ. Open daily 10am to 5pm, except every Thurs when we are closed for new makers to set up.
Here is who is taking part...
Week One - 7th to 12th Aug
Sara Barker - jeweller
Annabel Ridley and Noreen Grant - printmakers
Pru Green, Simon Sharp and Mary Wyatt - ceramicists
Jon Warnes - woodworker
Week Two - 14th to 19th Aug
Sue Bruce - ceramicist and printmaker
Liz Chester and Danielle Wade - textile artists
Susi Hines - jeweller
Sally Dunham - ceramicist
Emma Buckmaster - printmaker
Simon Turner - woodworker
Week Three - 21st to 26th Aug
Caroline Fish and Kate Reynolds - ceramicists
Clare Gaylard - glass artist
Jenny Nutbeem and Ruth Holt - textile artists
Annette Rolston, Mike Fenton and Terry Bryan - printmakers
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