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April 2023

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Devon & Plymouth Chamber
'30 Under 30' 

I’m proud to announce that I’ve been selected as one of the Devon & Plymouth Chamber’s 30 Under 30 award winners for 2023!

It’s an honour that my achievements from the past year have been recognised and celebrated. I’m excited to see where this leads!

March 2023

T A C - T I L E 


Friday 17th March 2023


"This informal workshop will give you the opportunity to explore tactility in an intuitive and playful way. You will learn a basic casting technique, and get an insight into Bonnie Mustoe-Whitehill’s practice and the processes she uses."


This workshop took place at MAKE Southwest in Bovey Tracey, in the beautiful upstairs workspace.

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Each person produced a plaster tile, which took on the positive and negative textures from forms that they had pressed into clay.

Everyone had varied knowledge and experience with this technique.

January 2023

Making It 2023


Graduate collection currently on display at MAKE Southwest, Bovey Tracey, Devon.

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October 2022

Touchy subject


Aspex Portsmouth

5th October - 23rd December 2022

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'Please Touch' by Bonnie Mustoe-Whitehill

Image by Lorna Yabsley

'Pop Futurism' Saw by Harry Chadwick

Image by Lorna Yabsley

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"This exhibition showcases the work of two recent graduates from the BA (Hons) Craft and Material Practices course at Arts University Plymouth. Utilising the interplay of sight and touch, one of the artist’s works is visually tactile, inviting the impulse to touch, while the other is literally tactile, allowing physical interaction with the objects. Through these works, we can explore different ways of seeing visually and haptically."

November 2022

Guest Lecture
Swansea College of art



I spent the day with the lovely Design Crafts students, talking to them about my practice and creative journey. I also taught my first workshop, showing the wonders of casting with latex and jesmonite and seeing how the students might want to use these materials & techniques within their own projects.


We had a lot of fun and it got super messy!


June 2022

Judges’ comment: “Bonnie showed experimental materials at the heart of design, broadening perspectives of jewellery in post-Covid world and encouraging touch and relationship with objects.”



New Designer of the Year 2022.

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