Make It OK in London & at NCCD in March

Image: Detail of “First One’s the Best”by Celia Pym. Photo by Douglas Atfield.

The exhibition What Do I Need to Do to Make It OK? will be on show in two very different locations in March: first at The Spring Knitting & Stitching Show at London Olympia from 2-5 March; then at The National Centre for Craft & Design, Sleaford, from 18 March until 14 May 2017.

The commissioned artworks, responding to themes of damage and repair, from Dorothy Caldwell, SaidhbhĂ­n Gibson, Celia Pym, Freddie Robins and Karina Thompson will all be on display. Alongside these will be a newly created project space to explore the way that each artist has approached her work, demonstrated through sketches, samples, photos, plans and research materials. There will also be a programme of talks and workshops across the two venues:

Tours of the exhibition by the curator at 11am and 3pm each day, at gallery TG5 at The Knitting & Stitching Show, between 2 and 5 March
A talk between the curator and artists Celia Pym & Freddie Robins in the Creative Living Theatre at 2pm Saturday 4 March
A tour of the exhibition by the curator at The National Centre for Craft & Design (NCCD) at 11am on Saturday 18 March.
A one day workshop led by Celia Pym at NCCD on Saturday 29 April

Find out more about the Spring Knitting & Stitching Show include access and tickets here

Image: Detail of “Someone Else’s Dream – crashed” by Freddie Robins. Photo by Douglas Atfield.

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