A professional development programme for established makers
Injection is a year-long programme which provides selected makers with established craft practices the tools to develop their businesses. The programme aims to support participants’ aspirations for growth and embed sustainability and resilience within their business practice.
Our Injection initiative is being re-designed following recent programme evaluation to make sure our offer is gold standard. The new programme will be launched in the summer of 2017. To be kept informed of all our activities, please sign up to the CC newsletter.
In the meantime, for assistance in your business development needs, please refer to our Professional Development workshop programme.
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The story so far
The pilot year of Injection took place in 2013 and 12 makers were selected: Linda Bloomfield, Lee Borthwick, Samantha Bryan, Yen Duong, Linda Florence, Reiko Kaneko, Noorin Khamisani, Tina Lilienthal, Kirsty McDougal, Eleanor Pritchard, Michael Ruh and Catherine Tough.
The second year of Injection started in May 2014 and 17 makers were selected: Lubna Chowdhary, Liz Clay, Jo Davies, Alison Evans, Geoff Fisher, Angela Fung, Clare Goddard, Rebecca Gouldson, Sue Gregor, Rupert Johnstone (RAMP ceramics), Morag Macpherson, Amanda Mansell, Judith Needham, Sue Paraskeva, Lindsay Taylor, Andrea Walsh and Rosalind Wyatt.
The third year of Injection started in June 2015 and 19 makers were selected: Nell Beale, Tamara Gomez, Graeme Reader Hawes, Regina Heinz, Emma Lacey, Billy Lloyd, Grant McCaig, Jo McDonald, Alison Milner, Gareth Neal, Nicholas Ozanne, Frances Priest, Laura Spring, Stefano Santilli, Samantha Sweet, Jessica Turrell and Hannah White.
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Partner with us
Injection is only made possible through partnership. If you want to know more about being a partner contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Crafts Council is an industry partner of Creative Industry Finance which is an Arts Council England initiative, delivered by Creative United, offering business support development and access to finance for creative and cultural enterprises