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Alumni Spotlight: One Of A Kind Spring Show

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Like its Christmas season counterpart the One of a Kind Spring Show showcases North American artists, makers designers and craftsperson’s  and it has been in running since 1979.

This year it was hosted at the Direct Energy Centre at the Exhibition Place from March 26th to the 30th and in addition to bringing back some of the Christmas show makers, the spring show introduces different artists and companies. Here we found more of our Sheridan Textiles Alumni and their wonderful work. To check out the previous alumni spotlight for the OOAK show click here.

 

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Fionna Hanna

Booth #J20T

Fionna Hanna graduated from the program in 2013 and is part of the Contemporary Textile studio Co-op in Toronto, where she works on her line of accessories and housewares inspired by nature, Canadian life and her biology degree. check out  her website and online store here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Alana Mcleod

Booth#C04

2010 graduate Alana Mcleod is also a part of the Contemporary Textile Studio Co-op where she creates housewares, accessories and installations inspired by the Northern Ontario landscape and her heritage, check out her work  here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Leikey Designs

Booth#K20Q

Keiley Stewart graduated the program in 2011, she creates wearable forms and colourful accessories with a multitude of mediums, check out her website and online store here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hatchetmade

Booth#M35

2012 graduate Christina Obouch using various techniques creates interiors and accessory products in her home studio in Hamilton, check out her website and online store here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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MADRAD textile design

Booth#K34

Malcom Halley  graduated from the program in 2013 and is currently a resident artist at the Harbourfront Centre where he creates a line of handmade bags, check out his website and online store here.

 

 

Alumni Spotlight: One Of A Kind Show

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‘Tis the season for craft shows but none as big as the One Of A Kind show, where you can find over 800 North American artists, makers designers and craftsperson’s selling everything from food to clothes. Running every year in December since 1975 it has expanded to include a complementary spring show since 1979.

Hosted at the Direct Energy Centre at the Exhibition Place the Christmas show runs from November 28th to December 8th and it’s here where you can find some talented Sheridan Textiles Alumni, I took a trip to this huge show to see what they where up to.

Katie Walker Designs

Booth # B23

Katie Walker graduated from the program in 2011 and since then has dedicated her time creating her own studio business based in London, Ontario where she hand dyes, silkscreen prints and sews all her products, check out her website and online store here.

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Noelle Hamlyn

Booth # B30

2007 graduate Noelle Hamlyn went on to study at the Art Institute of Chicago in 2009 and has since gone on to complete various residencies around the world, she is currently and Artist in Residence at the Living arts centre in Mississauga. Her work has been displayed world wide as in the International Craft Biennale in South Korea, the Love Lace International Lace Competition in Australia, the Biennale Internationale Du Lin Portneuf in Quebec and as part of the Cultural Olympiad in Vancouver to name a few, check out more of her work here.

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Keri Rounding

Booth # H25

Keri Rounding graduated from the program 2007 her works are created with handmade felt and free motion machine embroidery to produce wearable and decorative items, check out her online store here.

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Calica Studios

Booth # D51

A collaborative art and design studio by 2009 graduates Meghan Macdonald and Rebecca Horwitz, all their products are designed, silkscreen printed and sewn in Toronto, Ontario, check out their website and online store here.

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Anu Raina

Booth # N30

Anu Raina graduated from the program in 2010 and was accepted as an artist in residence at the Harbourfront Centre, that same year she presented her ready to wear clothing collection at the Toronto Fashion Week and has since been feature in several mainstream fashion and news publications, check out more of her work here.

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