Bluecoat Display Centre: Celebrating Design at Hope

Bluecoat Display Centre: Celebrating Design at Hope

Bluecoat Display Centre: Celebrating Design at Hope

Venue: Bluecoat Display Centre
Date(s): 16.9.22 - 29.10.22
Time(s): All Day

16 September – 29 October 2022

This curated display celebrates our creative partnership, over many years, with the BA Design degree course at Liverpool Hope University. This partnership has enabled professional development and work experience placement for students and graduates, residencies, visiting speakers, and exhibition opportunities for graduates, staff and makers in residence through Crafts Council programmes like Hothouse and Next Move.

In recognition of our collaboration, as well as the importance of applied art and design courses, we are showing the work of Hope Design graduates, past and current staff, and residency makers.

Ceramics by Helen FelceySarah KirkAnne KnightAttila OlahRoozbeh RajaieVicky Shaw & Alan Whittaker

Jewellery by DeeLyn Walsh

Metal by Rebecca GouldsonJunko Mori & Jacqueline Scholes

Textiles by Janice Egerton & Dino Soteriou

Wood by Richard Hooper

Painting by Jason Jones

A selected group of work will be available to purchase through our online shop.

Join us for an informal opening and meet the maker event on Saturday 17 September , between 2pm – 4pm. No booking required. Friends of the Display Centre will receive 10% off all purchases during this event.

Annual Gardner-Medwin Lecture 2022

Exhibitor and Liverpool Hope University/Crafts Council Next Move residency artist Junko Mori will deliver an illustrated talk about her work and practice on Wednesday 21 September at 6pm in the Bluecoat Performance Space. Tickets are available now; click here for more details.

Liverpool Hope University Design Graduate Award 2022

During the month of September we will be showing our final Graduate Award selection from the Liverpool Hope University BA Design course. This year the award was given to Marta Maciuszek, who will be showing a group of her ceramic and metal vessels. Click here for details.

Wood by Richard Hooper (Above) & metal by Junko Mori (Below)