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You’re invited to The Lost World Workshops with Lisa-Marie Gibbs

Jelly artist Lisa-Marie Gibbs is hosting a series of three artist retreat style workshops this June based on a theme of Lost Worlds. Each workshop is themed differently to transport you into another world. She will create a wonderful meandering space for you to come and explore using different techniques to work in a studio space, […]

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Nominated for Reading’s Cultural Awards 2017

We are delighted (and a little bit lost for words) to have been nominated for not one but five of the categories for the newly launched Reading Cultural Awards 2017. The Reading Cultural Awards is the very first celebration of the fantastic arts organisations, artists, events and venues which make up the town’s vibrant cultural scene are being […]

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Jacobs the Jewellers’ Young Designer Competition returns

Jacobs the Jewellers, Reading’s oldest independent jewellery retailer, is thrilled to announce the third edition of its annual Young Designer Competition. Staged at the renowned jewellery store from 6-30 June 2017, the exhibition will feature work by 10 emerging designers from the Bishopsland Educational Trust, the prestigious South Oxfordshire silver and jewellery design postgraduate skills provider. […]

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Join us for Open for Art 2017

Open for Art is back Friday 30 June – Sunday 2 July  This fourth year of Open for Art celebrates design, the arts and creativity, from marking the 100 years since the birth of iconic British Designer, Lucienne Day to exhibiting the work of Reading’s emerging designers, artists, performers and makers of all ages. Come […]

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Things are changing

Many things are changing at jelly – firstly we have left Jacksons and fit out begins on our next home in Broad Street Mall. The website is also changing too, to make things easier so bear with us whilst we get everything into the right places. As well as change, we still have plenty going […]

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