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Latest News and Events 
 
Spring Show at the Guildhall
It is with great regret that we are cancelling our Spring Show at the Guildhall. Our Makers will continue to produce remarkable and original works and their contact details for sales or commissions can be found on profile pages of this website. 
 
We hope you all keep safe and well, our very best to all our friends, members and followers. We are hoping our much-loved Summer Exhibition in Aldeburgh will be able to go ahead. Further details of this and other Anniversary plans will be available soon. 
142 Hamilton Road
At the Heart of Glass 
 
142 hamilton Road, Felixstowe, IP11 7DX 
Thurs 12 March - Weds 18 March 
Opening Times - 10am - 4pm daily 
 
A joint exhibition from seven Suffolk glass artists showing the wide range of disciplines covered by the simple word "Glass". Includes three SCS makers, Clare Gaylard, Verena Daniels and Fiona Fawcett. 
Liaison with the College Design Scholars Programme 
 
Suffolk Craft Society Makers have recently been welcoming students from Framlingham College to their studios as one of the events marking the SCS 50th anniversary. The students are currently on the College Design Scholars Programme. 
 
The aims of this educational outreach to students are: 
To inspire and offer a portfolio enhancing experience 
To help understanding of the design and craft processes 
To give an insight into production and selling 
 
Makers visited so far are Danielle Hopkinson of The Stained Glass Studio in Ipswich and Clare Gaylard who works molten glass in a converted barn in Earl Soham. Visits to Annette Rolston and Mike Fenton who work in print at Designer Makers 21 in Diss and Ruth Holt who uses traditional weaving methods in her Halesworth studio have had to be postponed but will hopefully be able to take place later this year. 
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