Restore21-Jan-2021Restore by Tree & Tide
Wednesday 27 January for 4 weeks, 7-7.30pm via Zoom
In these shifting and untethered times, you are invited to come engage in a series of simple and proven practises to feel better, resource yourself for what your days might hold and replenish what may have been lost.
National Museum of Ireland acquires works from Alison Lowry16-Dec-2020
The National Museum of Ireland has announced the acquisition of a selection of work by NI glass artist Alison Lowry, for its permanent collection. The work formed part of the Alison Lowry: (A) Dressing Our Hidden Truths Exhibition.
Arts Council NI Survey Published17-Dec-2020
Public turning to the arts for comfort and welcome distraction during the Pandemic
Call for SMALL art14-Jan-2021 - Calls for Makers
Compact Contemporary seeks artists for solo exhibitions in miniature gallery
LB x a-n Artist Bursaries14-Jan-2021 - Calls for Makers
Liverpool Biennial 2021, a-n The Artists Information Company and Open Culture are joining forces to offer five support and research bursaries of £1500 each
Handmade Interact | The Interactive Virtual Craft Fair14-Jan-2021 - Calls for Makers
In 2021 Handmade in Britain will synchronize their interactive virtual events with their in-person fairs to create bigger, better, and more accessible events.
RUA Annual Exhibition- Exhibitions
The 139th Royal Ulster Academy Annual Exhibition at the Ulster Museum has been extended to 31 January 2021.
Obvious at R-Space Gallery- Exhibitions
R-Space Gallery presents the eighth edition their Materials, Messages and Meaning series: 'Obvious'. with Mr. Papers, Aimée Nelson, Aoife O'Connor, Gary Shaw, Jill Phillips and Pauline Clancy talk about their different approaches to materials, methods of production and messages within their work.
Bounce Festival- Community
Bounce is the annual arts festival produced by University of Atypical that showcases outstanding new work by D/deaf and disabled writers, producers, actors, dancers, musicians, and directors.
Subsidised Photography for Makers21-Jan-2021
Craft NI is delighted to offer a series of subsidised photography sessions for makers in Spring 2021 to support your applications and promotions in the months ahead.
Getting Started 202105-Jan-2021
The Goldsmiths’ Centre has opened applications for Getting Started Online 2021, the one-week introduction to business course designed to support the most talented UK designers, designer makers and skilled craftspeople in the jewellery, silversmithing and allied industries.
Getting Started 2021 Online is a free course, delivered for the first time completely virtually, and will provide up to 100 start-ups with the help to get practical guidance and advice on key aspects of getting their business started.
Applications close on Sunday 14 February 2021.
Skills Intervention Programme16-Dec-2020
The Department for the Economy is supporting over 3,000 free places on short courses, delivered by the local further and higher education providers.