'the shape of things' was a national craft initiative which supported culturally diverse artists to make and show significant new work; which developed new audiences for contemporary craft; and which stimulated debate about diversity in craft. This site provides a lasting legacy and archive for the main programme which finished in June 2012
Mary Rahman from MRPR worked closely with the Director, curators, venue Press Officers and artists to get maximum press coverage for 'the shape of things'
1,350,000 people (approximately!) read about tsot in the national arts press, the national BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) press, and local press – articles appeared in Crafts, a-n magazine, Ceramic Review, Asian Art, Selvedge, Arts Industry, World of Interiors, Asiana Magazine, EMEL Magazine, Eastern Eye Newspaper, The Voice, Bristol Evening Post, Staffordshire Living, Express and Star (Midlands), and the Manchester Evening News
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