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