Nov 19, 10
The Liverpool Design Festival was launched in 2009 as a new annual design and contemporary craft festival in Liverpool.
Liverpool Design Festival takes place from 6 – 9 October 2011 and is a celebration of the design talent on Merseyside and will be presenting an exciting programme of events over four days at the beginning of October, including exhibitions, open studios, displays, workshops and talks. Find out more.
Nov 12, 10
The Flow gallery, London presents an exhibition curated by Emma Crichton Miller that explores the workings of the human brain.
The Craft and the Mind exhibition aims to show work in different media that seeks to make tangible some aspect of the invisible workings of the human brain, or materialise the immaterial processes of thought and emotion.
Nov 03, 10
The Age Old Relation Between Fashion And Art
Whether you are shopping for dresses online, from boutiques or any other place,you simply want the best and most beautiful looking dresses. You want them to be fashionable, modern, chic and artistic. Yes, artistic too! You may be wondering, how ‘art’ can be found in dresses. Wasn’t it something one finds in paintings? Well, the days of art only being in the form of paintings, sculptures and poems are long gone.
Craft NI’s Business Support Programme modules are open to designer-makers at every stage of their business development.
Craft NI’s business support programme is a series of half-day workshops and 1:1 mentoring specifically designed for craft businesses.
Upcoming Modules Module 4: Creative Selling – 22 September 2010 / Oxford Island, Co. Armagh
Selling is a key activity of all businesses. Craft fairs and trade fairs are important means of growing your craft business. In order to access and develop relationships with retailer, attendance at trade fair is a must. This module is designed to identify what you can do to identify and prepare for appropriate trade fairs.
Nov 01, 10
The Craft Exhibitions Group is a forum for individuals and organisations involved in programming, curating and setting up exhibitions.
The group is for people who are interested in learning more about curating, exhibition opportunities and resources for touring programmes. The meetings take place every six months and are open to any individual or organisations involved in programming craft exhibitions including arts and cultural venues, curators and designer-makers.
Nov 01, 10
Craft NI invites you to slow down this summer and join us for the best August Craft Month yet. In this, the 4th year of August Craft Month, take time out to enjoy and experience craft – see the work of international craft makers and designers, join a workshop and explore the skills behind the craft and, if you’re tempted, buy something that’s different, original and locally-made.