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  • Call for Entries - Sculpture in Context 2018

    Calls for Makers12-Feb-2018 - 05-Apr-2018
    Call for Entries - Sculpture in Context 2018

    Call for entries: Sculpture in Context Annual Open Exhibition 2018.

    The exhibition runs from 6th September to 19th October 2018 in National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin 9.

    Deadline: 5 April 2018.

  • Call for Applications: Pewter Live 2018

    Calls for Makers08-Jan-2018 - 30-Jan-2018
    Call for Applications: Pewter Live 2018

    Opportunity for designer / makers working in pewter. 

    2018 marks the 30th anniversary of Pewter Live. In homage to this the Worshipful Company of Pewterers have set the challenge of producing an item, or range of items, that evoke a celebration, be it a wedding, christening, winning a competition or gaining a degree. 

    Deadline: 30 January 2018

  • Call for Applications: Goldsmiths' Fair 2018

    Calls for Makers01-Jan-2018 - 26-Feb-2018
    Call for Applications: Goldsmiths' Fair 2018

    Apply for Goldsmiths’ Fair 2018

    Goldsmiths’ Fair 2018 will take place at Goldsmiths’ Hall, London, 25 September – 7 October 2018.

     

    Deadline: 9am, 26 February 2018.

     

     

  • Opportunity to showcase tourism product

    Calls for Makers06-Nov-2017 - 30-Nov-2017
    Opportunity to showcase tourism product

     

    Belfast City Council, in partnership with Visit Belfast, has launched a competition to find new tourist products to sell at the Visit Belfast Welcome Centre.

    Successful candidates will be offered one-to-one mentoring to help design and develop their product and then quote for it to go on sale in Visit Belfast’s city centre premises – one of the most visited buildings in Belfast.