Director of Harewood House Trust, Jane Marriott, provides insight into its second Harewood Biennial devoted to craft and craftsmanship. Titled Radical Acts: Why Craft Matters and curated by Hugo Macdonald, the exhibition considers why craft is a Radical Act, what can be learnt from our roots, and how craft can facilitate personal, communal and societal change.
Radical Acts: Why Craft Matters will open on 26 March 2022.
The Harewood Biennial is a bold exhibition for our times, exploring the transformative power of craft and creativity, which connects people and empowers communities. Listen to Jane's introductory … Read more
The Harewood Biennial returns in March 2022 with Radical Acts: Why Craft Matters. Following 2019’s Useful/Beautiful, curator Hugo Macdonald and the Harewood team have once again set to create a … Read more
In Radical Acts, craft is presented as a bridge between our roots and our future. Radical Acts: Why Craft Matters is about craft with social and environmental purpose. We tend to define craft as a … Read more
Harewood Biennial 2022 to explore narratives of social and environmental purpose in the work of 15 contemporary craftspeople, designers and initiatives. Saturday 26 March to Monday 29 August 2022 … Read more