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X-mas market at HDK: Nov 30 - Dec 2

News: Nov 26, 2018

Christmas market at HDK is the Christmas market for you who are curious about tomorrow's artists and designers. And for those of you who are looking for unique Christmas gifts.

Cups, book stands, bowls, paintings, posters, necklaces, amples, rings, earrings ... It's as usually a wide range of works presented when the students at HDK - Academy of Design and Crafts are hosting the Christmas market at HDK from 30 November to 2 December.

Among this year's works are Lotta Grimborg's jewellery made of recycled silver and clay, Malou Larsson's tribute to nature in the cup Björk, Celina Fällbom's hanging pots of lamp bulbs and natural materials, rustic rings by Staffan Jonsson and everyday illustrations by Anna Pers Bräcke. Among many other things.

Lottery for charity

Konstkåren (The Student Union) organizes a lottery where the prizes are donated by the students and the earnings from the lottery will be donated to Musikhjälpen.

At the Christmas Market 2018. Click for more images

Anna Pers BräckeCajsa Berndsdotter Ahlén

Mikaela Wallin

Lotta Grimborg

Felicia Westerberg

Malou Larsson 

Sara Kallioinen Lundgren

Staffan Jonsson

Louise Spangenberg

Maja Östebro

Celina Fällbom

Charlotte Gonzales

Jiaxi Yu

Follow the preparations

Take a look at the preparations for the Christmas Market 2018 at Instagram: @HDKSweden, #hdkchristmasmarket
 

Christmas market at HDK is organized by Konstkåren (artistic students' choir) in collaboration with HDK - University of Design and Crafts, University of Gothenburg.

Opening Hours:
Fri Nov 30, 16-19
Sat 1 Dec, 11-18
Sun 2 Dec, 11-15

Location: HDK - Academy of Design and Crafts, Kristinelundsgatan 6-8, Göteborg
 

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031-786 6521

Page Manager: Carina Krantz|Last update: 11/22/2017
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