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December 2020 My work has recently been selected to be part of the Future Edit 2020 Graduate Showcase, held by the Crafts Council in their new gallery situated in London, just by Angel station. Unfortunately because of the circumstances the show has been moved online, or only available for private views in the gallery, and […]
December 2020 For this Christmas I have been making handwoven bells using my leftover warp’s yarns, such as Alpaca and paper, available through the Cockpit Makers Market. Lovely as a Christmas decoration, but also all year round, whenever you need to call an angel during these difficult times. Buy hand-woven basket bells at https://colourhive.com/blogs/journal/design-comm
October 2020 I have recently moved to my new studio space located at Cockpit Arts in Deptford, after receiving an Award from the Clothworkers Company. This will allow me to have the facilities and the support to continue my weaving practice and research in London, alongside other four talented weavers selected for the program. Being […]
September 2020 Alongside other Central Saint Martins 2020 graduates I have been selected to take part in a panel discussion around the topic of Design and Community. As the starting point of my graduate project was about collaborating with children in early education, building a balanced dialogue and reciprocal learning, I have been discussing how […]
July 2020 Due to the current situation, the Graduate Show has been moved to an online platform. Despite not replacing the same interaction of a physical show, it allowed reaching a wider audience and being able to see the work from the whole UAL community. Find a hint of my graduate research, which has also […]
September 2019 My handwoven pieces from my collection Floating Nests have been selected as finalists for the Dorothy Waxmann Textile Prize. They flew all the way to the USA and have been exhibited during New York Textile Month: www.textiletalent.nyc/central-saint-martins/franchesca
July 2019 I have been selected for this residency in Lisbon alongside other 5 Portuguese and 4 European art and design students to dive into the world of traditional basketry. Working and living together with five masters of Portuguese basketry techniques, we spent three weeks researching and testing new ways of including the craft in […]