Mark it in your diary: London Craft Week is returning to St James’s from 27th April – 3rd May 2020. We’re proud of our ever-evolving 300-year craft heritage that today supports a thriving community of artists and artisans. We’re inviting you into our extraordinary corner of London to discover the breadth of this skilful community, as well as the abundance of arts and crafts.
What is happening this year? As always, the imaginative creatives within our galleries, independent shops, and leading restaurants will be opening their doors to curious minds., St James’s will be bustling with workshops, talks, demonstrations and more hosted throughout the week, taking you on a journey to unlock the art of craft.
New to St James’s this year is the 300 Objects Exhibition, set to be London Craft Week’s biggest ever headline exhibition. On display will be 300 objects created by an array of local craftspeople to specially commissioned experts. Curated by London Craft Week in partnership with leading designers including Yinka Illori, Russell Tovey and Bianca Saunders, this exhibition welcomes browsers and buyers alike. Hosted at 193 Piccadilly, just at the end of a short stroll through Princes Arcade.
Eager to find out more? Keep your eyes peeled for our guide to what to see, experience and taste at London Craft Week coming soon.Stay abreast of all of our St James’s news via @stjameslondon on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, and sign up to the newsletter at the bottom of the page.