Craft NI Craft Advisory Panel Announced21-May-2020
Statement from the Arts Collaboration Network 12 May 202021-May-2020
RESOURCES FOR MAKERS DURING COVID-19 OUTBREAK IN NI
Updated 9 April 2020
As restrictions continue, we’ve summarised some of the main sources of information and support.
Call for Expression of Interest: Belfast PEACE IV25-May-2020 - Calls for Makers
Creative Communities artist-in-residence project is part of Belfast’s PEACE IV Action Plan which is financed through the European Union and managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).
Creative Communities is an engaging and exciting creative arts and heritage programme taking place as part of Belfast’s PEACE IV Action Plan and aims to bring people together from all sections of the community to engage in a wide range of bespoke arts or heritage projects. Creative Communities has been working across 8 themes and areas of the city to co-design these projects with various groups and individuals, and are now at an important stage of the process in which they are ready to recruit Artists-In-Residence for some of these themes / areas.
Deadline: Monday, 1 June 2020.
Call for Applications: The Great British Sewing Bee S711-May-2020 - Calls for Makers
Call for Applications: The Great British Sewing Bee S7
"We’re looking for the next collection of talented home sewers for the seventh series of The Great British Sewing Bee.
We hope that it will be safe to film The Great British Sewing Bee later in the year as planned and we are still encouraging applications. Filming will only take place when it is safe to do. We are closely monitoring the situation and following the advice of Public Health England. As a result, we may adjust how or when we carry out auditions. The safety and welfare of everyone involved in our productions is always paramount."
Deadline: 7 June 2020.
Call for Jewellers: Hand Medal Project11-May-2020 - Calls for Makers
Hand Medal Project
"As we witness how health professionals give their best to the community, risking their lives for us, we want to find a way to honour them. They should receive a medal, an offering given in gratitude and devotion. At some point this crisis will pass and there will be time to thank them for everything they did.
We intend to present as many healthcare workers as possible with a medal inspired by a traditional ex-vote to also mark that moment when we can glimpse the future."
Maker Meet Up 11 June: Debbie Pocock, QEST- Community
Maker Meet Up 28 May: The Future Craft Market- Community
Maker Meet-Up- CommunityOur next informal online Maker Meet-Up will be via Zoom on Thursday 30th April at 10.30am - hope you can make it.
Maker Profile – making it 2015-17: Helen Faulkner19-Mar-2017As Craft NI's making it Programme comes to a close, and ahead of the Maiden Voyage exhibition celebrating the programme, we talk to some of the makers who've been involved. Next up, Helen Faulkner guides us through her process, background, and more.View this programme →