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New Makers: Apply to exhibit in Start Up at The Contemporary Craft Festival

The Contemporary Craft Festival has become one of the largest and most prestigious shows to be part of in the UK.  The Festival includes Start UP, a specially designed area for businesses in the early stages of their career. StartUP is a dedicated pavilion at Craft Festival Bovey Tracey for makers who have been in business […]

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Ceramics Tutors required

The Ceramic Studio in Brenchley, Kent, are looking for part time tutors to join them for an exciting new project. They are building a new team and are looking for two part-time ceramic tutors (one competent thrower and one hand-building specialist) and a full-time lead ceramic technician. The positions are to start in April 2022. […]

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Studios Available in Gorst Road Studios NW10

Gorst Road Studios is a creative work and thinking space at the heart of Park Royal, designed for creative craft and design startups and freelancers at every stage of development. The studios start at 90 to 430 sq ft, providing secure 24/7 accessible workspaces on the first and mezzanine levels, a communal kitchen & seating […]

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OPEN CALL – design a park bench

Design Exhibition Scotland is delighted to be partnering Mount Stuart Trust on the Isle of Bute in an open call to design a prototype public park bench. They are inviting proposals from designers, artists and architects either working collaboratively or as individuals who are based in Scotland. The open call celebrates all that the public bench […]

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a-n Bursaries 2022: Time Space Money.

a-n The Artists Information Company is offering bursaries of £500 to £1,500 to help support individuals whose plans have changed due to the spread of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 and the continued impact of the pandemic. a-n members and non a-n members are eligible to apply. “We know that it continues to be a […]

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QEST Craft Funding

QEST was established to help support craftspeople of all ages and from all backgrounds, at a critical stage in their careers and thus sustain traditional British craftsmanship. QEST supports the training and education of talented and aspiring craftspeople through traditional college courses, apprenticeships or 1-2-1 training with master craftspeople.

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Course Leader required: BA (Hons) Contemporary Design Crafts and BA (Hons) Jewellery Design

Hereford College of Arts is an independent arts college with a community of staff and students who are passionate about the arts, design, media and performance. We deliver from college-level courses through to undergraduate and postgraduate level, in a city of human scale. Making and design have been at the heart of HCA for decades […]

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Making Waves Ceramics Trust

Recently established in 2020 by the family of ceramic artist Stephanie Wright, the Making Waves Ceramics Trust has been created to provide innovative artists with financial support to hone their techniques and establish themselves in the world of ceramic sculpture. The Trust aims to provide funds to inspire established ceramicists to take an exciting new direction in […]

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Be a Make! Craft! Live! partner

Make! Craft! Live! is a year-long programme of nationwide exhibitions, learning events, fairs, and digital activities that celebrates the value of craft to empower, enrich and connect our society. Running from October 2021 to October 2022 – the Crafts Council would like to work with partners up and down the country to present 50 craft activities […]

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Applications open for CFPR Visiting Artist / Designer in Residence

The Centre for Print Research at UWE is looking for visiting artists and designers…. “We welcome artists and design practitioners to come and work with us on a 1 to 2 month residency programme (30 – 60 days). We are looking for a range of artists and designers – from unconventional to inspirational – who […]

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Studio space available at Cockpit Arts

Cockpit Arts is an award winning social enterprise and the UK’s only business incubator for craftspeople, housing up to 170 small businesses. They support craft practitioners at the start of their careers, as well as those who are more established, to grow and build successful and thriving businesses both in the UK and internationally.

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Clay Shed Studio membership available

Part-time studio membership available at the Clay Shed, Bristol, for flexible making, ideal for those looking to develop skills within any already established community of artists. Members have 15 hours of bookable access to communal facilities each week including pottery wheels, slip casting and glazing benches and communal work stations.

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