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Exhibition: Get Fresh ’17 - new SouthWest designer-makers
Saturday 14 January – Sunday 5 March
 
A biennial exhibition showing work by new or emerging designer-makers from the South West. The exhibition celebrates the commitment and diversity of these new makers whilst providing support and encouragement and, most importantly, an early audience for their work. This year we are excited to showcase the work of 15 makers who were selected, from submissions, by Saffron Wynne (Devon Guild Exhibitions Manager) and Laura Wasley (Contemporary Craft Programme Leader, Plymouth College of Art).
 
Exhibitors: Luke Axworthy, Jo Barker, Mark Cullen, Sarah Duncan, Carey Ellis, Emma Finch, Tom Gyr, Sarah Hitchens, Carol Hunt, Claire Reed, Marieke Ringel, Fern Robinson, Katie Robinson, Heather Scott and Stacey West
 
Open daily, free- 10am-5.30pm.
Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Riverside Mill, Bovey Tracey, Devon TQ13 9AF

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