Welcoming a craft renaissance in Ireland

When it comes to adorning our homes with things we love, art and luxurious furniture usually come out on top.

29th June, 2013
Inner Rimmed Vessel by Liam Flynn.

When it comes to adorning our homes with things we love, art and luxurious furniture usually come out on top. Craft, that undefined and often misunderstood sector of handmade objects, is often ignored.

That could be about to change if Frances McDonald, curator of a new craftswork exhibition at the Oliver Sears Gallery in Dublin, has anything to do with it. She is calling for a craft renaissance in Ireland, and is kicking it off...

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