Thought some members might be interested to see this, Liza get alerts from the V&A – this is fabulous.  Want to go back and do the fashion course again and just study her work!

And the Scottish Gakllery.
And from the Dovecot

Dovecot Studios
Sat & Sun 12-13 December | 10am-5pm

This festive season, Dovecot Studios presents Merry Makers Market. Featuring 20 designers and makers, this is a chance to support the local creative economy and pick up textiles, homeware, skincare, jewellery, accessories, and gifts.

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Meet the Merry Makers

From the bold designs of Emily Millichip to the award-winning skincare of Lucky Cloud, Merry Makers Market features some of the best in Scottish design. Show your support and come along to see:

Bryony Knox | Cora Studio | Dwelling Bird | Emily Millichip | Gilly Langton | Green Thomas | Jacqueline Bell | Jenny Deans | Lucky Cloud | Lynsey Walters | NMARRA Pick One | Simone Nolden | Tessuti

Make a Day of it

Transport yourself to 1960s Britain with Dovecot’s current exhibition Mid-Century Modern: Art & Design from Conran to Quant. From the fascinating early designs of Terence Conran to the revolutionary style heralded by Mary Quant, indulge in a day of design.
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Taking place in Dovecot’s airy spaces including the Tapestry Studio Viewing Balcony and Ladies Baths event space, visitors will be able to safely browse and shop. Various safety measures will be in place including timed entry, a one-way system, sanitising stations, and the use of face-coverings. For any questions regarding safety and visiting, please get in touch.
Images from top, clockwise: Dovecot Tapestry Studio. Image Dovecot Studios | NMARRA Lusa drop earrings. Photo Anna Dunlop | Lucky Cloud Skincare Nourishing Face Oils. Image: Lucky Cloud Skincare | Gilly Langton Jewellery. Image Gilly Langton | Jacqueline Bell Jewellery Concertina Star Earrings. Image Jacqueline Bell | Mid-Century Modern: Art & Design from Conran to Quant, Dovecot Studios 2020. Image Stuart Armitt |

A quiet time, but members have been keeping an eye out……