Making Conversations Podcast18-Jun-2019
Making Conversations is a podcast from silversmith Robyn Galway and ceramicist Jemma Millen - both practicing makers and graduates from the applied art department of Ulster University, who share a love of making and craft. Join us on our journey of making conversations with local makers.
We are now LIVE! Listen to the very first episode of Making Conversations Podcast where we went on tour to the annual Ulster University Degree Show and spoke to some fresh, new makers due to graduate in 2019.
Launch of Another Économusée18-Jun-2019
Hot Milk Forge is now the eighth Économusée in the UK. It is an initiative of Eamonn Higgins. Eamonn was a participant on the Craft Northern Ireland Making It Programme 2011 to 2013.
There are currently eight Économusée workshops in Northern Ireland. Five are food based. The other three are Craft based and in County Antrim. Steensons Jewellers in Glenarm, Scullion Hurls in Loughguile and Hot Milk Forge in Martinstown.
Craft Forum 2019: Agenda07-Jun-2019
Thank you to everyone who registered for the Craft Forum on Tuesday, 11 June 2019.
The Forum is an event aiming to bring together makers and those with an interest in the Craft sector in Northern Ireland to provide feedback on Craft NI's plans and programmes. It will also give us an opportunity to share experiences, network and to identify opportunities and areas for development for the Craft sector in Northern Ireland.
The London Artisan / Brixton04-Jun-2019 - Calls for Makers
The London Artisan is heading South of the river to the ever popular Brixton Village!
The London Artisan offers a diverse, quality, shopping experience that celebrates independent producers and makers. But more than that, it’s about people and place; meeting the makers, conversation with friends and embedding the social back into shopping.
Deadline to Apply: 1st July
Top Drawer London Call for Entries8-Aug-2019 - Calls for Makers
Craft Fair to present your work to buyers from museum shops and concept stores to department stores including: The Design Museum, Selfridges, Tate, British Museum, Heals, Liberty, Harrods and moreDeadline has been extended to: Wednesday, 5 June 2019
Creative Livelihoods11-Jun-2019 - Seminars
The Value of Craft in Communities - Seminar | 11 June 2019 | 13.30 - 14.00 Registration | 14.00 - 17.15 Seminar
Hand Thrown Pottery Workshop with Potter David Mc Comiskey and Mourne Creative- Workshops
David will take you through such techniques such as throwing, slab building pinch-potting and transferring pattern on to clay to make your own bowls and mugs.
Date: Sunday, 16 June 2019
Leather Art Workshop at An Creagán- Workshops
Learn a range of leather working techniques in this workshop from An Creagán. Techniques will include; cutting, stamping and tooling techniques plus many more.
Date: Saturday, 10 August 10am - 1pm
Fused Glass Workshop at An Creagán- Workshops
Make your own glass suncatcher in this workshop from An Creagán. Learn about the techniques that go into designing and crafting fused glass with enamels.
Date: Saturday, 27 July, 11am – 2pm
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.
Call for Applications: NI Assembly Gift and Coffee Shop Retail Opportunity18-Oct-2018
Call for Applications: Northern Ireland Assembly Gift and Coffee Shop – Retail Opportunity.
Deadline: Thursday, 8 November 2018, 5pm
August Craft Month 2018 – Call for Event Registration08-Jun-2018
CRAFT NI invites you to register a craft-related event for August Craft Month 2018.
August Craft Month is ‘An Annual Celebration of Craft in Northern Ireland’.
Deadline: 5pm, Friday 30 March 2018