Here you find an overview of all exhibitions at The National Centre for Craft and Design in Sleaford. Besides the current temporary exhibitions, the overview lists permanent exhibitions, upcoming exhibitions and past exhibitions.


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Art of Glass
20Jan

Art of Glass

Art of Glass presents the outstanding work of leading glass artists in Britain today. Over the last 50 years, Britain has had a significant impact on how glass is perceived as an art form. Both nation...
Glassumimass
06Jan

Glassumimass

In 2010, a community group based at NCCD came together to design and create three large glass lanterns inspired by the churches along the Spires & Steeples Arts & Heritage trail between Lincoln and Sl...
Colour & Form
06Jan

Colour & Form

This exhibition features the work of some of the most innovative and exciting designer/makers working in craft and design practice today. All exhibitors are selected members of Design-Nation and produ...
The Craft of Music
04Nov

The Craft of Music

What does a £5,000 guitar look like and what makes it worth that much? Or how were the instruments that entertained Henry 8th constructed? Join us for Bagpipes, Crumhorns, Shawms, Lutes, Citterns, Gu...
Fantastical Architecture, Art and Design NEON: In the studio
07Oct

Fantastical Architecture, Art and Design NEON: In the studio

This five year retrospective of NEON's artistic practice demystifies the design process behind their major projects including Pump House Pavilion, The Wind Cathedral and NEON x Seoul Shoe Street. The...
One Year On: Winter & Kurth and Stephanie Holt
11Mar

One Year On: Winter & Kurth and Stephanie Holt

Selected as the standout talent at New Designers, our sister organisation Design-Nation have awarded their annual One Year On prize to design studio Winter & Kurth and contemporary jeweller Stephanie...
Class of 2017
11Mar

Class of 2017

As the new year dawns, it brings new opportunity and fresh ideas and we are proud to exhibit some of the UK’s most promising young designers. Class of 2017, showcases the best graduate talent from Bri...
Laura Ellen Bacon: Rooted in Instinct
14Jan

Laura Ellen Bacon: Rooted in Instinct

This Autumn, The National Centre for Craft & Design is proud to present Rooted in Instinct – a new collection of work developed especially for NCCD by Woman’s Hour Craft Prize nominee and British Scul...
Naseem Darbey: We Are Saved By Loss
07Jan

Naseem Darbey: We Are Saved By Loss

“We are descendants of the stars. Cosmic dust is an eternal element of the body’s cyclical decay and renewal. We are constant process, not complete products. We are Tertullian’s Apologeticus where ‘de...
Opening Talk - Naseem Darbey: We are Saved by Loss
11Nov

Opening Talk - Naseem Darbey: We are Saved by Loss

Naseem Darbey opens her Roof Gallery exhibition with a talk discussing the themes of her work.
Nigel Cheney: Decorated
05Nov

Nigel Cheney: Decorated

Decorated is an ongoing research project that explores the relationships between commemoration and memory through textiles. This new body of work is inspired by Cheney’s family origin at Naseby, North...
Jen V Wright - Innovation Award Winner 2016
05Nov

Jen V Wright - Innovation Award Winner 2016

Winner of NCCD’s Innovation Award at Lustre 2016, Jen V Wright presents her graduate collection. Graduating from Birmingham City University’s School of Jewellery in 2016, Jen’s current collection is...
In Conversation with Laura Ellen Bacon
21Oct

In Conversation with Laura Ellen Bacon

To celebrate the opening of her new exhibition, shortlisted ‘Women’s Hour Craft Prize’ Laura Ellen Bacon will be discussing her work with the public.
Private View: Laura Ellen Bacon 'Rooted in Instinct'
20Oct

Private View: Laura Ellen Bacon 'Rooted in Instinct'

Join us for the special opening of Woman's Hour Craft Prize nominee Laura Ellen Bacon's new exhibition created especially for NCCD, 'Rooted in Instinct'. This Autumn, The National Centre for Craft &...
The World is Your Dressing Up Box
08Oct

The World is Your Dressing Up Box

Exploring costume design, fashion design, millinery, jewellery and shoes, The World is Your Dressing Up Box will transform our gallery into a space where extravagant opulence is celebrated. The exhibi...
Printers Inc. Ovals and Circles
03Sep

Printers Inc. Ovals and Circles

Ovals and Circles is a response by local group Printers Inc. to Jane Perryman’s exhibition Containing Time. Printers Inc. is a print group based at NCCD that specialise in Intaglio printing. The group...
Jane Perryman: Containing Time
03Sep

Jane Perryman: Containing Time

Spanning a year in the form of a weekly diary, Containing Time examines interlocking themes of materials, environment, time and journeys through an exploration of a spontaneously and randomly found ma...
Kate Bajic: Practice : Develop, Develop : Practice
03Sep

Kate Bajic: Practice : Develop, Develop : Practice

British jeweller Kate Bajic graduated from Loughborough University in 2003. Living and working in a rural village in the East Midlands, Kate uses the countryside around her as inspiration for her beau...
Made in the Middle
09Jul

Made in the Middle

Showcasing some of the best contemporary craft and applied art from the Midlands, Made in The Middle is a recurring touring exhibition featuring both recent graduates and makers with an established re...
Made in the East Midlands: The Collectors
25Jun

Made in the East Midlands: The Collectors

This year our annual showcase Made in the East Midlands celebrates four regional ceramic artists. Following a six-month collaboration with NCCD and Design Factory, The Collectors present a new body of...
Hannah Tounsend
25Jun

Hannah Tounsend

Hannah Tounsend was selected by our sister organisation Design-Nation as the winner of One Year On at New Designers 2016. A ceramicist and printmaker based in Chichester, Hannah's ceramic vessel piec...
WhichMuseum – made in Amsterdam

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