8-12 September 2014 Birmingham Cathedral Square, Colmore Row, Birmingham
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“We are pleased to be one of the 670 organisations who were successful in applying to be an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation from 2015 to 2018.
Craftspace is an award winning organisation, pioneering approaches to engaging a diverse public with world class contemporary craft. Sustained investment over the next four years will enable us to develop the craft sector, lever in further funds to provide opportunities for artists to produce ambitious new work and engage a wide range of audiences to participate in making.
In relation to our public engagement work, we are particularly interested in the themes of social justice, social innovation and ways in which craft can contribute to the strengthening and progression of civil society.
It will no doubt continue to be a challenging fundraising climate for the arts sector. Whilst it has been good news for Craftspace, we are sad that many excellent arts organisations with whom we collaborate will not receive funding from ACE and we hope that they will find a way to sustain their activities.”
We are on twitter @tweetcraftspace
Opportunity for new graduates
Download the application pack on the download page.
8-12 September, Cathedral Square, Colmore Row, Birmingham
In:Site, a graduate festival of creativity, returns to Birmingham’s Cathedral Square this September for it's 4th year.
In:Site provides an opportunity for selected new arts graduates to create bespoke, site-specific artworks.
Shelanu Spring and Summer Craft Markets
mac brimingham are building on their successful Christmas Craft Fairs with spring and summer Craft Markets. Shelanu, our social enterprise made up of migrant and refugee women, will be there selling their Migrating Birds range of jewellery, individual works inspired by Birmingham and handmade cards using the iris paper folding technique.
You can see Shelanu there on Sunday 4th May, Sunday 1st June and Sunday 3rd August from 11am.
The spring and summer Craft Markets take place on the first Sunday of each month - starting Sunday 6 April 2014.
Developing people, ideas and opportunities through contemporary craft.