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.
Call for Applications: Goldsmiths’ Fair 202013-Jan-2020 - Calls for Makers
Are you an independent contemporary jeweller or silversmith with no more than six people at the bench?
Would you like the opportunity to present your collections to the most discerning buyers and collectors, at the most prestigious fine jewellery and contemporary silver Fair in the UK?
Applications for Goldsmiths’ Fair 2020 are now open!
Deadline: Thursday, 27 February, 12 noon.
Open Call: Materials Messages and Meaning #809-Jan-2020 - Calls for Makers
Open call for Artists and Makers whose work responds to the theme: Obvious
Artists / makers based in Northern Ireland, at any stage of their career, working in any media, will be selected from an open call as part of our Materials, Messages and Meaning series, and will receive a fee for a talk and exhibiting work.
Deadline for submissions: Thursday, 6 February, 4pm
Exhibition Dates: 28 March – 24 April 2020
QEST: Scholarships and Apprenticeships06-Jan-2020 - Funding & Grants
If you are a talented or aspiring craftsperson you can now apply for The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST) funding of up to £18,000. QEST has funded crafts people across more than 150 craft disciplines ranging from millinery to thatching, arms & armour restoration to ice sculpture and basket-weaving to musical instrument making.
This can cover traditional university or college courses, vocational training, apprenticeships or one to one training.
Deadline: Monday, 10 February 2020
Stone Lettercutting Workshop- Workshops
Stone Lettercutting Workshop
This module teaches calligraphic and typographic design in combination with precise sculptural skills. Participants will learn to identify and understand the tools required for stone cut lettering, gain an appreciation of basic letter proportions and layout and a will cut a name or short inscription (12 characters maximum) in stone.Dates: Saturday, 30 and Sunday 31 March 2019
Open Ceramics Studio with David McComiskey and Michael Moore- Open Studios
Ceramics Open Studio including two demonstrations and talk (morning and afternoon) with Artist in Residence Mr. David McComiskey and studio tour by Michael Moore.Date: Wednesday, 3 April 2019 at 10am
Wire Sculpture and Hand Building Ceramics in the Mournes- Workshops
Join Mourne Creative for an experience in wire sculpture and ceramic trinket ware workshops in the Mournes in the stunning setting of Gorse Hill Farm Bryansford, Co Down.
Dates: Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 May 2019
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.
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