The King visits the University of Arts, Crafts and Design's exhibition at the Chinese Pavilion

Participants from the Research Lab Craft course have created works inspired by the collections and interiors at the Chinese Pavilion, which will be displayed in situ this summer.

Participants from the Research Lab Craft course have created works inspired by the collections and interiors at the Chinese Pavilion, which will be displayed in situ this summer. Photo: Pelle T Nilsson/SPA

On Tuesday 22 June, The King visited the Chinese Pavilion and the exhibition 'Going Elsewhere – Material interpretations of the Chinese Pavilion'.

The exhibition at the Chinese Pavilion in Drottningholm Park is the result of a year-long collaboration between the Royal Court and the Research Lab Craft course at the University of Arts, Crafts and Design.

The works have been created by artisans and artists who have drawn inspiration from the historical collections at the Chinese Pavilion.

During his visit, The King was given a tour of the exhibition by Professor Anders Ljungberg from the Department of Crafts at the University of Arts, Crafts and Design and exhibition curator Bronwyn Griffith from the Royal Court.

The exhibition opened on 28 May, and will be on display until 22 August.

Find out more about the exhibition at the Royal Palaces website External link, opens in new window..

Find out more about the exhibition at the University of Arts, Crafts and Design's website External link, opens in new window..