Making Space: Sensing Place - <I>Metal Smithy in Bangladesh</I>

Making Space: Sensing Place - Metal Smithy in Bangladesh


In 2010, I was very fortunate to be awarded a ‘Making Space: Sensing Place (MS:SP) Crafts Fellowship’, part of the HAT (‘Here and There’) International Exchange and Residency Programme managed by A Fine Line: Cultural Practice.

The MS:SP Craft Fellowship included a three-month residency programme for two artist-craftspeople from the UK, two from Bangladesh and one from India. The project offered time to undertake research and develop new work; experience and respond to museum collections, arte-facts, places and spaces; and offer opportunities to observe, work and collaborate with artists and craftspeople from the UK, Bangladesh and India.



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