Issue 17

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Description

Our magazines include artist profiles, interviews, tutorials, plenty of information on arts and crafts techniques, contacts, opportunities to participate in environmental and social projects around the world, a calendar of workshops, eco-friendly zero waste shopping (and making) ideas, reading suggestions, exclusive discounts on eco-friendly products and competitions.

We cover a wide range of crafts, spanning across a number of traditional and innovative materials, e.g. a wide range of textile fibres, wood, metal, stone, slate, ceramic, natural pigments, gathered/natural materials, innovative biomaterials, wood, plastic and much more.

Contents:

Lasting Bridalwear,

The Colour of Algae,

Sculpting Wool,

Straw Hats and Wetland Plants,

Shoes that Changed the World,

The Gallery Wall “A Misremembered Childhood”,

Creative Practice by Chance and Discovery in the Isle of Arran,

Using Potential Space to Explore the Human/Nature Relationship,

How Sustainable are Biomaterials?,

Designing Sustainable Communities with Open Source Citizen-Led Architecture,

Innovations for Recycling Mixed Plastics,

Ecological Solutions Inspired by Tradition: The Soap,

Tips for Sustainable Jewellery-Making and Buying,

Cultivating Dye… How a Passion for Vegetable Dye Grew into the Idea for a Multi-Location Dye Garden,

Breaking Silence and Isolation One Pocket at a Time,

Circular Systems: The Case of Rapanui,

Designing a Sensibility for Sustainable Clothing,

Advocating for The Earth. The Law According to Polly Higgins,

“Stolen Land, Stolen Culture, Stolen Climate”: Tackling Oil Sponsorship of the Arts and Culture,

Tutorials & more…

 

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The digital Spring Issue 2019 will be available on Issuu.com and Magzter.com in May 2019.

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Weight 0.260 kg