Learn ancient hand-weaving techniques from a master.
Snap up must-have items from the country’s hottest new designers.
A range of speakers and practitioners from around the world explore Lace in relation to their practice.
Product design borrows from the past to produce new unexpected offerings.
Trend forecaster Amanda Talbot discusses the revitalisation of dying crafts by high end labels
Create extraordinary pots fashioned from imagination and clay.
Traditional furniture is transformed into 21st-century objects.
A scholarship for a NSW designer to study and work overseas.
Ceramics from the convict era inspire children to get creative.
Make, bake and take home you own ceramic mug in this workshop.
A collection of bespoke bikes exudes artistry and creativity.
Students and staff merge old and new technologies and attitudes.
Sparks fly when traditional goldsmithing merges with new technology.
Explore how Australia engages creatively with the world.
Leading designers provide inside tips on today’s complex issues.
Even the most dilapidated items can be repaired and remodelled.
Intricate spiderwebs and discarded curios fill a paper attic.
Australian and Japanese artists display their most desirable jewels.
Discarded objects are transformed into useful, beautiful pieces.
Design and designers – part of the problem or part of the solution?
Get the party started with DIY buntings and sparkling trinkets.
Weird and wonderful products from Japan go under the microscope.
See an array of unique domestic antiquities at Elizabeth Bay House.