Exhibitions at Craft ACT: Craft + Design Centre

Kaye Pemberton, Sel de Mer, 2015.

Thought - Process Tom Skeehan

A solo exhibition by Craft ACT Accredited Professional Member Tom Skeehan. The exhibition will launch Skeehan's new furniture line and showcases his journey from sketch to polished product, incorporating production images, material samples and prototypes. Read the essay by Magda Keaney

discover define develop deliver

This year's annual Accredited Professional Members exhibition gives audiences an insight into a creative's mind. Each artist will display a signature piece of their artwork alongside an item that will give viewers an understanding of the design and thought process behind the piece. Read the essay by Glen Martin, ANU Centre for Art History and Art Theory

Showing in the Crucible Showcase
A Splash of Colour. A ceramics exhibition by the Canberra Potter's Society Craft ACT Award recipient Yukie Wathelet using the Japanese technique, Nerikomi.

Exhibitions run until Saturday 12 December 2015

DESIGN Canberra 2015

DESIGN Canberra 2015, hosted by Craft ACT, is the capital's most significant design event. This year the festival will take place from 21 - 29 November. To find out more, head to the DESIGN Canberra website


Get ready for Christmas at AGENCY with the latest CO-LAB collaboration between Alison Jackson and Jon Goulder and much more.

EOI's - 2017 Exhibition Program

Craft ACT is calling for proposals that capture current Australian craft and design practice and trends from practitioners at all levels for its 2017 exhibition program. EOI's close Friday 4 March 2016

FREE workshop for children

Drawing our city: a FREE workshop for children. Industrial designer, Tom Skeehan, will host a special workshop for children aged 8 -12 years on Saturday 28 November 2015. Booked out. Contact to be placed on the waiting list


Craft ACT: Craft and Design Centre is supported by the ACT Government, the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy - an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments, and the Australia Council for the Arts - the Australian Government's arts funding and advisory body.

Craft ACT funding bodies

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