MADE Brighton returns to Brighton Dome Corn Exchange 24 – 26 November

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The Design & Craft Fair

24-26 November 2023

Brighton Dome Corn Exchange

Church Street, Brighton BN1 1UE

The long-standing design and craft fair MADE Brighton returns after a six year break to its regular venue, Brighton Dome Corn Exchange, which has undergone an extensive restoration. Originally the Prince Regent’s riding house, the Corn Exchange is a Grade I listed building and boasts a stunning span of timber arched ceiling. MADE Brighton will showcase dozens of highly-skilled artisans  who represent some of the best in their craft at this spectacular venue, presenting an innovative and top-quality Christmas show.

MADE Brighton team, Tutton and Young, are excited to introduce a fresh selection of innovative makers working across the contemporary craft disciplines. Visitors are invited to browse and purchase works in jewellery, textiles, furniture, leatherwork, sculpture, typography, ceramics and printmaking The price range is broad, making this an opportune event for gift-buying for Christmas, as well as purchasing one-off collectables and items for the home.


MADE Brighton is pleased to announce a new partnership for 2023 with Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft, a nationally celebrated centre for art and crafts in Sussex.


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Julia de Klerk

Julia specialises in frosted perspex jewellery, lazer etching her pieces with mark-making and illustrations to make bright, colour-popping designs that are good enough to eat. Discover a range of new accessories at her stand including botany inspired earrings, necklaces and geometric brooches.

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Julia de Klerk, Taeuber Necklace, Abstract acrylic and sterling silver chain necklace
Shelley Faye Lazar
Hand-knitted designs on silk and wool

Worcestershire based artist Shelley Faye Lazar begins by knitting her exquisite Shetland-inspired patterns onto canvas, then transfers the designs to fabric in silk and wool. Her textiles are available as scarves, shawls and cushions. Discover the artist’s new 2023 collection   at MADE Brighton.

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Shelley Faye Lazar

Jason has recently finished studying under  the respected and admired chair maker, Curtis Buchanan, and  makes modern Windsor chairs and furniture. His works place a strong emphasis on finely balanced, sculptural form and strong bold silhouette, and are grounded in the traditional aesthetic of historic chairmaking. Jason’s  work has featured in a number of magazine articles, and has just appeared in Craft Britain , a book celebrating the diversity and skills of British craftspeople.

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Hopespringchairs, Shaker Bench, Sussex Elm and Ash with a black milkpaint finish
Carola Van Dyke
Embroidered botanical art

Inspired by close observation of the natural world and 17th century botanical paintings, Carola Van Dyke creates bespoke pieces, including textile taxidermy, for private residencies and local businesses. Working in a labour intensive process to produce elaborative one-off artworks, Carola’s framed works make for the perfect gift.

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Carola Van Dyke
Ania Perkowska

London based ceramic artist Ania Perkowska is inspired by contrasts and opposites, and influenced by the dark concrete structures of her childhood in Poland. She is a member of Contemporary Applied Arts, Design Nation and Craft Potters Association and exhibits regularly across the UK. Ania will be selling a range of new work including hand painted vessels at MADE Brighton.

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Ania Perkowska, dark graffitti vessels with moving handles, ceramics, height 14cm
Steph Rubbo Saddlery
Saddlery and Leatherwork

Steph will be selling her handcrafted and robust leatherwork satchels, messenger bags and accessories, which have won prizes from the Society of Master Saddlers. Each bespoke product is stitched by hand and made from the highest quality British leather.

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Steph Rubbo Saddlery, Red Box Bag, hand stitched in waxed blue linen thread made up from red Sedgwicks English bridle leather with navy accents, lined with red nappa, 27cm x22.5cm x 8cm. Prices start at £300

See the full list of exhibitors here: MADE Brighton Exhibitors


MADE BRIGHTON is run by Tutton and Young Ltd, a Brighton-based company directed by events organiser Jon Tutton and artist and maker Sarah Young. The duo’s journey together started 30 years ago with the Odyssey travelling puppet theatre, and they now run a series of high-end contemporary art, design and craft events including Brighton Art Fair and MADE LONDON. In 2021 they opened a bricks and mortar creative arts space, Atelier Beside the Sea in a prime location on Brighton’s seafront promenade which has now become their HQ.

Museum Partner – Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft
Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft is  a nationally celebrated centre for art and crafts that  showcases the artists and craftspeople who made the Sussex village of Ditchling a creative hub in the 20th century. Visitors can enjoy a frequently changing programme of exhibitions and displays that explore Ditchling’s craft history. Each exhibition features key objects from the museum’s permanent collection alongside loans from major museums in the UK and beyond.

Double Weave: Bourne and Allen’s Modernist Textiles, their current exhibition,  runs until 14 April 2024.

MADE Brighton
24-26 November 2023
Corn Exchange, Brighton Dome
Church Street, Brighton BN1 1UE
Instagram: @tuttonandyoung

Brighton Dome Corn Exchange
Church Street, Brighton BN1 1UE
Brighton Dome is one of the South Coast’s premier multi-arts venues. Each year it presents over 600 events spanning music, theatre, dance, comedy, literature, spoken word, visual arts, film, digital, community and participatory events. It is a  magnificent grade 1 listed building situated in the heart of the city which forms part of the Royal Pavilion Estate, and has been a shining beacon for the community for over 200 years. Starting as a grandiose riding stables for Prince Regent and transforming into many guises thereafter; from a place of protest and solidarity for suffragettes, to a refuge for wartime dances in WWI, a temporary hospital in World War II and even a roller-skating venue.

Opening Times
Friday 24 November 10:30am-5:30pm
Saturday 25 November 10:30am-5:30pm
Sunday 26 November 10:30am-5:30pm

Early Bird (available until 13 November): £5
Priority Advance Entrance (Available from 6 November): £7
Standard Entry, On the door: £8
Children under 14: Free
Private View, Thursday 23 November (6-9pm): £15 per person  (includes a glass of wine, plus free admission all weekend)

All tickets will be allocated specific times to ensure that visitors are able to view the work without it being too crowded.

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