Our debut event was held in the Assembly Hall, within the Glasgow School of Arts Students Association, a grade C listed, 1930s John Keppie and Henderson, Modern Beaux-Arts style building. This stunning venue is now enveloped by the recently completed Reid building, by architect Steven Holl and stands facing the iconic, but sadly recently fire damaged Mackintosh building.
Held in July, this event showcased over 20 independent makers from all over Scotland. This eclectic mix included jewellers, textile artsits, painters, sculptors, fashion designers and
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VANILLA INK POP UP
HOSTED BY TEA GREEN
In September 2014 Tea Green hosted an exclusive Pop up shop as part of Scottish Jewellery week, which ran alongside the Vanilla Ink End of Year Show at The Old Flour Mill.
This exciting event was the first glimpse into the Vanilla Inkers’ collections and it was a pleasure to work alongside an organisation close to my heart.
The exhibition ran from the 12th of September until the 21st. Showcasing the work of this years Inkers, a photography exhibition by What Kristen Saw, screening of Son of the Sea exclusive videos of Vanilla Ink, and our pop up shop.
We were thrilled to host our first Festive Art, Design & Contemporary Craft Market in Dundee at the stunning Malmaison boutique hotel.
Malmaison's 13th hotel, opened on the 3rd of February 2014 has surpassed all expectations, giving the breath of life to one of Dundee's most beautiful buildings.
This event was a stunning way to get your Christmas shopping done, hosting an unrivalled selection of goods from some of Scotland's most talented independent makers, all in an absolutely spectacular venue.
14th & 21st December
These events were held at the Lighthouse in Glasgow just in time for Christmas. This iconic building, originally the home of The Glasgow Herald, and the first public commission of the awe inspiring architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh offers truly inspiring surroundings, and we felt, the perfect place for the kind of amazing work Tea Green is here to promote.
Situated just off the busy ‘style mile’ of Glasgow and as Scotland's Centre for Design and Architecture this was a show stopping event, and was an absolute must for any discerning Christmas shopper.
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Tea Green were pleased to once again be hosting an event in this iconic building. We showcased the work of over 20 independant artists and designers and ran an upcycling workshop, titled 'Transformers T-Shirts in Disguise'.
The Lighthouse Late saw all 5 floors transformed into a late night social space, celebrating and combining the best of fashion design with great live music and workshops.
This event was hosted as part of the 2015 West End Festival and was helfd on parade day in the stunning surroundings of Kibble Palace in the Botanic Gardens.
We showcased the work of over 50 indpendant artists and designers and was our biggest event to date with 5000 visitors!
THE KIBBLE PALACE
THE BOTANIC GARDENS
Sunday 7th June