The Moore Field II
Matthew Harris The motifs; dots, lines and patches of colour are inspired by old maps denoting roads and fields.
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Craftspace is a crafts development organisation.
We work to push boundaries and perceptions of crafts practice, presentation and learning.
We build relationships between artists, people and organisations
Our ideas explore crafts in diverse social and cultural settings
We work with others nationally and internationally
We do this through a programme of touring exhibitions, research and participatory projects.
We have over 20 years experience and continue to be open to new and thought provoking ways of working.
Our work is supportive and developmental, enabling the sharing of skills and knowledge.
Each project is bespoke. Artists, participants and partners are involved in planning, development, collaboration, documentation and reflection.
We also undertake consultancy to develop and facilitate arts related commissions and initiatives.
Craftspace is a non profit distributing company limited by guarantee, not having a share capital and registered in England No. 2492368, Craftspace is registered as an Educational Charity No. 1001237
Deirdre Figueiredo comments on our successful inclusion in the Arts Council England National Portfolio:
“We were very pleased to be one of the 695 organisations to become an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation from 2012 to 2014. We are currently funded by ACE and so it means we will have sustained funding over the next four years which will enable us to continue work to develop the craft sector, lever in further funds to provide opportunities for artists to produce new work and engage a wide range of audiences to participate in making. Birmingham City Council has taken the decision to withdraw revenue funding from all small scale independent arts organisations from April 2012, including Craftspace. It will be a challenging time ahead 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 no longer receive funding from ACE and we hope that they will find a way to continue their activities.”
Developing people, ideas and opportunities through contemporary craft.