Butterfly braids, White Stripes furniture and getting craft back in the classroom
If you are passionate about putting craft back in the classroom then help us give 10,000 young people the chance to learn skills.
Jack White of the White Stripes used to be an upholsterer, concealing poems within furniture and printing ‘Your Furniture’s Not Dead’ on his business cards.
A major report calls for the school performance measure the EBacc – which undermines creative, artistic and technical subjects – to be scrapped.
What was said
“One of the most extraordinary textile artists of the 20th century” Lesley Jackson on the work of Hannah Ryggen whose retrospective is now on at Modern Art Oxford
What was made
Braided butterfly wings of hair by Solange-approved hairstylist Jawara Wauchope.
What to look forward to
Matching young people from diverse backgrounds with creative sector professionals - could you be a mentor for the Creative Mentor Network?