Makerhood will have a stall at the Women of the World Market on Sunday 12 of March, part of the fantastic WOW Festival at the Southbank Centre – this is our 5th time! It’s a vibrant and busy event showcasing women’s achievements, and we’re honoured to be there again.
“WOW – Women of the World festival at Southbank Centre champions gender equality, celebrating the achievements of women and girls everywhere and examining the obstacles that keep them from fulfilling their potential.”
The market is on the ground floor of the Southbank Centre and is free to attend. We will be represented by three wonderful makers from Lambeth.
Anna Jackson – Black Cactus (Camberwell)
Anna Jackson is a Printmaker and also makes hand printed leather accessories under the name of Black Cactus. Forms and textures from nature are her strongest inspiration. She works with texture, colour and organic shapes and remind us of the pleasures a personal connection to nature. Anna will have a selection of hand printed metallic accessories made from recycled and reclaimed leather as well as non-leather pieces.
Corrine Edwards (Waterloo)
Corrine Edwards is a London Beekeeper, artist and designer who makes contemporary silver jewellery with a hexagon theme. Corrine will be selling rings, bangles, and pendants. Stud and drop earrings are made individually in pairs with unique textures. Pieces incorporate PMC (precious metal clay) and rolled textured silver.
Gabriela is an artist and maker. She creates prints and collages, greeting cards, jewellery and scarves with images inspired by memory, nostalgia and a love of everything vintage. Gabriela will be selling decoupaged objects such as dishes and dolls, brooches and greeting cards.
Come and enjoy the festival and the market – and say hello to our makers!