New HCA Heritage Craft Awards Announced
The Heritage Crafts Association (HCA) have announced that they have put together a new suite of Heritage Craft Awards which celebrate traditional skills making high quality craft.
These include: a bursary of up to £18,000 sponsored by QEST for a Heritage Crafts Trainee; the HCA/NADFAS Heritage Crafts Bursary of £5000, which is kindly being funded by NADFAS again this year; a new Heritage Crafts 'Made in Britain' Award funded by the Marsh Trust to be added to the existing Heritage Crafts Volunteer and Heritage Crafts Trainer which they already fund; and a completely new HCA Heritage Crafts Maker of the Year.
HCA are currently creating a Heritage Craft Awards website which is expected to go live in summer. We look foward to receiving further details.
2013, Arts & Cultural Development, Education, Skills & Training