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Enjoy the best of craft-making for things to do in London
Published: Tuesday 21st of September 2010
Tourists planning their visits to London attractions such as the National Gallery can now indulge their creative side while in the capital.
Origin: The London Craft Fair is a unique exhibition at the Old Spitalfields Market and is sure to attract a wide variety of visitors of all ages and tastes.
The craft exhibition is showcasing works by more than 200 artistes, including established craftsmen and women as well as those who are only just starting their careers.
Among the craftwork being showcased will be ceramics, span glass, metals, textiles, jewellery and furniture.
Some of the makers who will be exhibiting their works are Abigail Brown, Claire Loder, Helen Beard, Ai Kawauchi, Jacqueline Cullen, Kate Beck, Michael Berger and Kealwork among others.
Visitors can also visit the Hypercomics exhibition being hosted at the Pump House Gallery, which features some of the best works by comic artists.
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Posted by Kevin Smith
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