Local Goldsmiths commissioned to make Allianz Arts & Business N.I Awards.20-Jan-2020
Local Goldsmiths, Cameron & Breen were commissioned to make this years Allianz Arts & Business N.I Awards.
Based in Randalstown, Co. Antrim, Martin Cameron and Laura Breen's combined interest in sculptural Silversmithing has influenced their joint transition into Couture Jewellery.
Survey for Craft Makers in Northern Ireland13-Jan-2020
The appetite for buying craft has increased dramatically over the past ten years, and we want to see the market grow even further. To this end, the Crafts Council and eight national partners*, including Craft NI, have already surveyed thousands of consumers - now we want to understand makers’ side of the story.
The closing date is Friday 31 January 2020.
Craft NI hosts exhibition of works from the Arts Council’s Contemporary Art Collection25-Nov-2019
A special exhibition at Craft NI’s new Royal Avenue premises featuring selected works from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland’s contemporary art collection is now open. The exhibition has come about as part of the Arts Council’s new Art Lending Scheme, a free scheme which is open to curators, galleries, and organisations interested in putting works from the Collection on public display.
Celebrating 10 Years of the Armagh Craft Fair28-Feb-2020 - Calls for Makers
Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council invite you to apply for participation in the 10th annual Armagh Craft Fair 2020. Armagh Craft Fair also includes demonstrations, workshops, Food and Non-Craft Stands.
Date: Saturday, 23 May 2020, 10.30am – 5.00pm
The Palace Stables, Palace Demesne, Armagh
You may apply to take a stand as part of the Craft Fair, to provide a demonstration, workshop or all three. Craft and food produce should be handmade by the Artist/Designer/Maker or Craft Company.
Application deadline: by 5pm, Friday, 20 March 2020 by Post Only
Sell your products on our website - drop ship24-Feb-2020 - Calls for Makers
BOUT YEH is a popular online magazine celebrating people and places in Northern Ireland.
They are now looking for makers of arts and crafts products interested in selling their products on Bout Yeh - as listings on their online store and Social Media, as stories on their web site and Social Media, and promoted through ongoing photo and video posts in their Social Media, PR and marketing activities.
Theo Moorman Trust for Weavers15-Feb-2020 - Funding & Grants
Weavers living and working in the United Kingdom may apply. Whilst the Trust may fund some specialist weaving courses formal under-graduate and post-graduate studies will not be funded. Applicants need to have at least two and a half years working experience of their weaving independent of higher education (including post graduate courses) before applying. Applicants must be able to supply images of work done in the last two years.
Trustees make grants of between £500 and £5000 to weavers.
Application closing date: Sunday, 1 March 2020.
Made With Love Craft Village- Fairs,Workshops
This is the first craft village of 2020 held at Brownlow House, Lurgan with over 25 craft and food stalls showcasing the work of local artists and craftspeople. Admission is free and as well as stalls there are live demonstrations, a children’s craft workshop table and a host of great ‘make and take’ adult craft workshops such as, mini decoupage, flower making and card making.
Date: Saturday, 7 March 2020, 11am to 3.30pm
Mud Ireland Pottery Studio - Official Opening- Open Studios
You are warmly invited to attend the official opening of the new Mud Ireland Pottery Studio located within Portadown Wellness Centre.
There will be a champagne reception and finger buffet as well as an opportunity to shop and be the first to view the brand new Mud Ireland “Nimbus” Collection.
Date: Saturday, 7 March 2020, 12noon.
DCCI Skills Courses | Open Day- Talks,Open Studios
The DCCI Jewellery and Goldsmithing Skills & Design Course and Ceramics Skills & Design Course will hold their annual Open Day on Wednesday 26th February 2020.
We are delighted to launch our new support programme developed specifically for NI makers by Design Strategist + Educator Chris Murphy. Bespoke content will be presented through a series of unique workshops which connect into an overall development journey: from the stories our products tell, to the realities of juggling portfolio careers, pricing, funding and marketing.
Over 5 half-day interactive sessions at the iconic Ormeau Baths, Chris will use presentations, exercises, case studies and downloadable materials to cover a wide range of issues faced by independent makers right across the sector. While each session is designed to stand alone, you’ll get the most benefit by attending all five workshops and completing the (enjoyable!) homework tasks that accompany the workshop series.
The Orbit programme places business acumen and creative development on an equal footing. It will equip designer-makers at various stages of their careers and from different craft disciplines with new and refreshed business skills and supports Craft NI’s mission to strengthen business development within the craft sector.
August Craft Month | Audience Experience Survey29-Aug-2019
If you have attended an August Craft Month Event, please complete the Audience Experience Survey by clicking the survey link above.It will take less than 2 minutes of your time, but will be priceless to us in terms of learning lessons for next year, and persuading potential funders of the value that August Craft Month brings to the craft sector and to Northern Ireland.
Call for Applications: August Craft Month 201920-May-2019
CRAFT NI invites you to register a Craft-related event for August Craft Month 2019.
August Craft Month is Northern Ireland's Annual Celebration of all things Craft.
August Craft Month is a series of events (Craft exhibitions, workshops, demonstrations, fairs, festivals and more...) delivered by a partnership of individuals and organisations across Northern Ireland. It is co-ordinated by CRAFT NI on behalf of the Craft sector and is funded by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland through the National Lottery.