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Craftspace seeks an experienced and energetic Administrative Assistant to join a busy creative team based in Birmingham. This role supports the whole team in delivering a diverse range of projects. The post holder is responsible for the smooth running of the office and provides overall administrative support for operations and projects relating to Craftspace’s artistic, […]
“In July 2020 we held an open meeting to discuss how the Crafts Council and sector could tackle racism and inequality. The meeting showed there was real need for an on-going group and activity to recognise and celebrate Global majority makers and their work. The Global Majority Branch is an informal steering group that has […]
The Mayor of London is offering new funding towards Research & Development projects by London based D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent artists or organisations. £70,000 of grant funding available is for projects ranging from £3,000 to £10,000 and successful applicants will be invited to share their project’s work-in-progress as part of Lewisham’s London Borough of Culture Opening event […]
MAKE is the annual Christmas selling exhibition at The Devon Guild of Craftsmen. 27th November – 8th January, 2022. This show will celebrate the diversity of contemporary craft design, focusing on selling handmade, high quality craftwork, highlighting one-off, unique pieces alongside small-scale batch production.
Launched in 2020, Clay Shed’s Graduate Residency Programme provides an exciting opportunity for a recent graduate to access ceramic specialist facilities, join a thriving community of ceramic artists, develop technical skills and gain first-hand insights into the running of a successful ceramics studio. The GRP aims to bridge the gap between university/college and going it […]
Rewarding ambition in contemporary weaving, The Cordis Prize, the world’s largest award for tapestry, is set to return for it’s fifth round in 2021. The £8000 prize is the biggest award from woven tapestry in the world and aims to encourage and reward ambition and scale in the field of contemporary weaving. The prize is […]
The Black Artists Grant is £2,000 given out monthly to black artists in the UK, with each artist selected receiving £500 each. The BAG is no-strings attached financial support to help the selected artists in whatever they want – be that make new work, buy equipment or materials, travel, research, visit exhibitions or conferences, or […]