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Lao Jianhua, a product designer working in Shanghai, China, was the V&A's first international Museum Resident and was at the Museum between November 2008 and April 2009, helping the Museum to...
The work of Sue Lawty during her time at the V&A as Textile Artist in Residence and beyond, where she collaborated on a significant new body of work with the V&A Textile Collection, worked...
Jo Lawrence, a new media artist and animation director was Animator in Residence at the V&A in summer 2008. Originally interested in line-drawn illustration, her work developed to encompass...
Siân Bowen shared her discoveries, experiences and insights through three year V&A residency, co-hosted by the Paper Conservation Studio, during which she made new work in response to her...
Dorothy Hogg MBE was Artist in Residence at the V&A between July and December 2008. Dorothy is internationally recognised as both an artist jeweller and a teacher of jewellery and silversmithing...
Antonio Ciutto has been a designer of womenswear since 2000, designing under the Antonio Ciutto label. Ciutto has presented catwalk shows several times off-schedule during London Fashion Week, and...
In Moving Patterns, Helen Scalway asked questions about cities, streets, houses and how we make them home, sharing her own journey of research, as she worked towards a drawing exhibition held in...
The V&A’s superlative Cast Courts are undergoing a timely programme of renovation, the first time in three decades. In this blog, the project team take you behind the scenes, keeping you updated...
The V&A has one of the most important collections of engraved ornament in the world. With funding from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, the museum has embarked on a project to catalogue all 24,000...
This blog followed Clare Twomey's activities as Artist in Residence in the V&A ceramics residency studio. It focussed on one object a week from the V&A Ceramics open storage collection as the...

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