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Loewe explores the art of making while staying at home with new series

Celebrating craft, innovation and artistic expression. Loewe releases an
ongoing online series titled LOEWE EN CASA. The concept was created by
Creative Director Jonathan Anderson and features an array of online events,
talks and workshops released via the brands Instagram page.

Anderson has always been a patron of the arts during his tenor at Loewe and
this series celebrates and explores the worlds and works of Loewe friends,
collaborators and finalists of the Loewe Craft Prize. Some of the artists
participating include Koichi Io, Sophie Rowley, Irina Razumovskaya, Idoia
Cuesta, Julian Watts, Adi Toch, Giovanni Corvaj and more. With subjects
ranging from metalwork, weaving, ikebana, goldsmith, ceramics, furniture-
making, woodcraft, metalsmith and textile making. Each artist will take you
through their practice with demonstrations, studio tours and even Q+A
sessions.

LOEWE EN CASA is an invitation for everyone to #stayhome and achieve
creative fulfilment in a new way. As a community we have all been forced into
a shared situation during this pandemic and finding new ways to enrich our
days or have something to look forward is so very needed.

This week’s scheduling includes a studio tour with metal artist Koichi lo and
textile artist Sophie Rowley, along with a conversation between Jim Partridge,
Liz Walmsley and Sheila Loewe.

Be sure to also check out ceramicist Rachel Saunders on her guide to pottery at
home or ways you can support the creative community during this time of
COVID-19.