Key funders, partners and other organisations we work with.
Arts Council of Northern Ireland
The Arts Council is the lead development agency for the arts in Northern Ireland. They are the main support for artists and arts organisations, offering
a broad range of funding opportunities through our Exchequer and National Lottery funds.
invest NI’s challenge is to improve the international competitiveness of the economy, increase entrepreneurial activity and encourage more businesses to
sell in international markets.
Supporting Get Creative
Get Creative is a major celebration of the nation’s arts, culture and creativity. Led by BBC Arts and What’s Next? in collaboration with a huge range ofarts, cultural and voluntary organisations, everyone is invited to get involved and share their creative talents. Craft NI are pleased to take on the role of Get Creative Champion.
Tourism Northern Ireland
NITB is an non-departmental public body of the Department of Enterprise Trade and Investment. Its primary objective is to promote Northern Ireland as a tourist destination. It provides a service to the public for information on tourist destinations within Northern Ireland, public transport, accommodation and the various tourist attractions throughout Northern Ireland. It's public facing website is Discover Northern Ireland. It also works closely with Tourism Ireland.
The School of Art and Design offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses including Fashion and Textile Design and Applied Arts, which encompasses
Ceramics, Textile Art, Silversmithing and Jewellery. It also has a range of postgraduate courses including MA Multidisciplinary Design, MA Art in Public
and MDes Textile Material Product.