Results of program “Craft and design in Europe”

Results of program “Craft and design in Europe”

The “Crafts and Design in Europe” Programme, funded by the Leonardo da Vinci Programme Partnership, offered young graduates from four countries (France, Spain, Ireland and Slovakia), to reflect on the place and image of art professions, through an experimental design process that blended heritage with creativity, artistic professions, applied arts and design, in a master-class ...

Kilkenny, Ireland / Master Class Ceramics

Kilkenny, Ireland / Master Class Ceramics

Crafts an Design in Europe A European Master Class on Ceramics From August 19th to 26th, 2013   Following the DREAM (Design Research Europe Arts and Crafts) program, the Crafts Council of Ireland in partnership with the INMA , the Slovakian Center of Folk Art Production (ULUV) and the Fundesarte will organize Master Class on ...

Ruzomberok, Slovakia / Master Class Wood

Ruzomberok, Slovakia / Master Class Wood

Crafts and Design in Europe A European Master Class on Wood From July the 1st to the 7th 2013   Following the DREAM (Design Research Europe Arts and Crafts) program and in partnership with the INMA, the Crafts Council of Ireland and the Fundesarte, the Centre for Folk Art Production (ULUV) proposes to organize Master ...

Rambouillet, France / Master Class Wool

Rambouillet, France / Master Class Wool

“Designing with wool” A European Master Class on wool From April, 8th to 14th 2013 at the Bergerie Nationale The INMA (National Institute of Arts and Crafts) in France and its european partners, the Craft Council of Ireland, Fundesarte (Spanish Foundation for the Innovation of Crafts) in Spain and ULUV (Center for Folks Arts Production) in Slovakia, had ...

Italy / Fiberworks / Sara Albertazzi & Katja Virta

Italy / Fiberworks / Sara Albertazzi & Katja Virta

The Marble works of the Loggia   Purpose : Create a skirt using local textile : “Panno Casentino”. Description : Three layer skirt with a basic knee-length skirt. Hand-woven lining with black and whites patterns. Material : Textile fibres. Beige Casentino cloth dyed with natural walnut and cotton blend fabric for the lining.  

Italy / Fiberworks / Luisa Salvioli & Verónica Villalón Gordón

Italy / Fiberworks / Luisa Salvioli & Verónica Villalón Gordón

The tailoring master class (Course of design, artistic tailoring and natural fibers) was organized as part of the DREAM European Program (Design Recherche Europe Art Métiers) with the collaboration of OMA (Osservatorio dei Mestieri d’Arte) of Florence, at the Old Fashion couture house in Florence. Another nine girls from five European countries participated in it ...

Finland / Woodworks / Alan Zinchi & Sujeong Han

Finland / Woodworks / Alan Zinchi & Sujeong Han

Beehive light Slogan Raise the honey for lighting Purpose Beekeepers reap the honey from the honeycombs, which are taken from the hives. Likewise, people can get experience to be beekeeper through generating light with honeycombs object. Target The target is the international market which needs more sensitive lighting. Description The beehive light provides two ways ...

Spain / Glassworks / Simona Mircea

Spain / Glassworks / Simona Mircea

Dream Project was an experimental master class that took place in Barcelona. Each attendant, designer or craftsman got to learn new techniques for making their ideas come to life. The most important thing was that we got to understand the glass’ characteristics, therefor found out about the infinite ways of using glass for any given ...

Spain / Glassworks / Tommi Moilanen

Spain / Glassworks / Tommi Moilanen

I want to have a diverse array of materials that I know how to work with and glass is one of them. I think glass design is one of the most respected fields of design along with furniture design and certain kind of product design for example lighting design when think- ing of design the ...

Spain / Glassworks / Sandrine Isambert

Spain / Glassworks / Sandrine Isambert

This technique allowed to join glass pieces together by partly melting the glass using high temperatures. The heating is commonly undertaken in an electric kiln. Instead of fitting glass together using a lead solder, two or more pieces of glass are laid on top of or overlapped on each other and are fired at temperatures ...