#MIALSS16 SELECTION PANEL – Marguerite Metz

Submissions for Made in Art London’s Spring/Summer 2016 Collection are now CLOSED!

We’ve had loads of fantastic submissions from a huge range of University of the Arts London courses.  We can’t wait to select our new collection and have a whole range of new artists and designers join MiAL.

Helping us chose our next collection is:

And our final panelists, we are please to announce, will be Marguerite Metz of Craft Central. 

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Marguerite graduated in Textile Design BA Hons at Central Saint Martins, UAL in 2007.  After graduating, Marguerite focused on her true love; vintage fashion and interiors. She successfully traded vintage ladies fashion for several years as well as managed several vintage London based events.

Today, Marguerite is the senior exhibitions and events co-ordinator at Craft Central, a charity that supports craftspeople and designer-makers at all stages of their career. She is solely responsible for managing and curating the bi-annual Made in Clerkenwell events, seeking and recruiting new members as well as ensuring Crafts Centrals three gallery spaces are occupied with a variety of craft disciplines all year round.

She continues to invest in key vintage design (mainly from her beloved Deptfort market) as well developing her making skills, inspired by the 100s of designer makers she represents through Craft Central.

 

Marguerite will be helping us to select the UAL artists and designers to be showcased in our Spring/Summer 2016 Collection this Friday. Look out for the launch of the new collection, which will be online at the start of April! In the mean time, why not take a look at our Autumn/Winter 2015 Collection.

If you are interested in submitting to Made in Arts London, and would like to know more please follow the links below. Our submissions are open all year round, all submissions received now will be put forward to our Autumn/Winter 2016 Collection.

  • If you have any questions email rosa@madeinartslondon.com

 

 

 

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