Exhibition: Plate Up - Sat 15 Sep 2018 -Sun 04 Nov 2018

Jubilee Gallery. Open daily, 10am-5.30pm. Free entry.

Co-curated with Michelin-starred executive chef, Michael Wignall - Plate Up will showcase the work of selected UK practitioners who produce work associated with the making and serving of food. Michael has his own distinct way of creating and serving his dishes, tending to highlight contemporary craft as part of the presentation of his food.

Plate Up will bring out the personality behind this top chef and reveal the aesthetic and cultural influences which inform his cookery. Visitors are given the chance to see, and buy - cooking-related craft work.



Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Riverside Mill, Bovey Tracey, Devon, TQ13 9AF 01626 832223    
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ChloĆ© Rosetta Bell (Whinblossom Ceramics), Hilary Burns (Basketry), Brigitte Colleaux (Ceramics), Jon Curtis (Ceramics), James Devereux (Glass), Charlotte Duckworth (The Silver Duck - Silversmith), Alexander de Vol (Wood), Marie Eklund (Wood), Nancy Fuller (Ceramics),  Akiko Hirai (Ceramics), Evogro (growing herbs), Sarah Jerath (Ceramics), Daniel Maltwood & Justin Sinclair (Pareusi Knives), Melissa Montague (Metal),  Elvis Robertson (Ceramics), Anna Sibast (Sibast Furniture), Samantha Sweet (Glass), Ambrose Vevers (Furniture), Cristina Vezzini & Stan Chen (Vezzini & Chen - Lighting), Nic Webb (Ceramics & Wood), David White (The Whittlings - Wood), Andrew Woodhead (Crafted Knife Company).

Related events:

Launch Party: Friday 14 September  6 - 8pm.  All welcome. Free.

A Way In: Workshop day of creativity, fun and lunch. Sunday 30 September 10.30am - 4pm. £50
Meet the Makers + lunch at Gidleigh Park: Thursday 27 September 10.30am, lunch 12.30pm. £80

Fearsome Feasts: free family making days, 25 + 26 October. 10.30am-4pm. Free.

A film about the work of exhibitor Akiko Hirai:

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Images (top & left:) Food by Miachel Wignall, ceramics by Sarah Jerath, photos by Jean Cazals.
(Below) Chef, Michael Wignall.