This month Make Works curated the Glasgow Pecha Kucha in collaboration with The Whisky Bond. This was a great opportunity to bring the manufacturing industry together with artists, designers and makers from Glasgow and beyond. We heard some fantastic stories which you can check out below.
Thank you to all of our amazing speakers for taking to the stage, and to the lovely people at The Whisky Bond and TAKTAL who helped us make it all happen.
Simon Harlow from Silo Design and Build
Silo Design & Build fabricate sculptural artwork and furniture using traditional and digital processes.
Sherry Kirkpatrick from MYB Textiles.
MYB Textiles produce luxury lace and madras fabrics on Nottingham Lace and electronic Jacquard looms.
Dominic Kesterton and Orlando LLoyd from Workhorse Press
Workhorse Press is an independent printing and publishing studio which specialises in Risograph printing as well as offering a range of print finishing services.
Geoff Lockett from Jet Cut
Jet Cut provide bespoke water jet profile cutting. Virtually all materials; metal, steel, aluminium, titanium, brass, copper, rubber, glass etc
Siobhan Healy from Natty Glass
Natty Glass offers glass blowing, casting, engraving and staining services from their studio in The Whisky Bond in Glasgow
Solii Brodie from BeFab Be Creative
Be Fab Be Creative are a reactive digital fabric printing bureau, printing on a range of cotton, linen, silk and bamboo - specialising in small, bespoke orders.
John McKerchar from Turnberry Rug Works
Turnberry Rugs make bespoke rugs from natural fibres. Pieces are generally one offs and they specialise in matching colours to customer requirements.
Dan Clark from Glasgow Press
Glasgow Press are a printing press using letterpress and foiling. This including making business cards, postcards, posters, packaging, envelopes and stationary.