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14 Niza Huang Jewellery MADE LONDON Made London is one of the top selling events for designer craftsmen and women in Europe. This year, the fair will take place from the 19th to the 22nd of this month. Made London showcases the very best and most original handmade work from this country and beyond with makers themselves selling their highest quality contemporary craft and design direct to the public. Visitors are always impressed by the variety and originality of the craft and design on show and love exploring the venue. The Fair is an approachable and friendly event with a lovely laid-back atmosphere. Each year the organisers select a range of work from makers across all media; ceramics, glass, wood, precious metals, textiles, and more. They insist on exceptional work and choose designers already established in their field, as well as new and emerging talent. This year, mosaic artist Cleo Mussi will be taking over the Belfry Room to create a Rest and Reset space. Cleo is working on two brand new figures, Rhea and Demeter which will form part of this special exhibit along with Mitochondrial Eve, a Mother Earth figure holding Homunculus Babe and a Green Man entitled Nature Recycles Everything. The Belfry Room will become a haven, a place to unwind, surrounded by soothing sounds and incredible mosaic artworks. The Fair also enables the makers to meet the public to discuss inspirations, design processes and future projects, enabling maker/consumer relationships. Work can be bought at the event or commissions can be taken. Made London takes place at One Marylebone, a stunning Sir John Soane Church in central London. Directly opposite Great Portland Street tube station and next door to Regents Park, the building brings its own attraction; the majestic Soane Hall and the light filled gallery spaces all add to the interest of this show. For tickets, visit Michele Oberdieck Ripples & Emerald HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON EXCLUSIVE LONDON APPEARANCE Hillary Rodham Clinton makes her debut at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall for an evening event at London Literature Festival on 15 October to discuss her new book, What Happened, an autobiographical account describing her experience as the Democratic Party's nominee for President of the United States in the 2016 election. The book reveals for the first time what Clinton was thinking and feeling during one of the most controversial and unpredictable presidential elections in history. Audience members can expect to hear Clinton speak candidly about how she has coped and what the experience has taught her about life. Hillary Rodham Clinton. t h i s i s l o n d o n m a g a z i n e • t h i s i s l o n d o n o n l i n e

NATIONAL THEATRE POSTERS National Theatre Posters, curated by design critic and writer Rick Poynor, has opened in the National Theatre’s Wolfson gallery, exploring poster design at the NT from 1963 to the present. Curated by Rick Poynor, Professor of Design and Visual Culture at the University of Reading, this exhibition explores the evolution of poster design at the National Theatre, showcasing many classic examples. From 1963 to the present day, each art director led the theatre’s graphic design studio in creating images for posters, programmes and now digital artwork. The exhibition features posters designed by Ken Briggs, Richard Bird, Michael Mayhew, Charlotte Wilkinson and current Creative Director Ollie Winser and the Graphic Design Studio. designs that encapsulate the inventiveness and energy of its productions. ‘The NT’s first graphic designer, Ken Briggs, collaborated closely with the theatre for a decade. That set the pattern and the theatre went on to appoint a succession of designers – Richard Bird, Michael Mayhew, Charlotte Wilkinson and Ollie Winser – who have worked in-house on the posters and other graphics. Each designer has maintained a very high standard of creativity and the posters’ graphic styles have evolved to reflect the changing needs of the theatre and its audiences.’ Following the sell out run at the National Theatre this summer, extra dates have now been added for the return of Inua Ellams’ play Barber Shop Chronicles to the Dorfman this autumn. Richard III – Poster design Richard Bird and Michael Mayhew (1979). 15 Hedda Gabler - Poster design Ken Briggs and Associates (1970). The exhibition will include original posters, interviews with past and current Art or Creative Directors and will trace the changes in process, design and function over the past 50 years. Curator Rick Poynor said: ‘An exciting theatre poster manages to capture the essence of a play. It grabs your attention with something surprising and draws you in. The National Theatre has a long tradition of producing adventurous poster t h i s i s l o n d o n m a g a z i n e • t h i s i s l o n d o n o n l i n e

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