Aged 16 – 25 and interested in craft and making?
Join the Crafts Council's young people's group for a visit to the V&A to explore the Woman's Hour Craft Prize exhibition.
The Prize launched in 2017 and aims to find and celebrate the most innovative and exciting craft practitioner or designer-maker resident in the UK today. The exhibition showcases work by the 12 finalists— with work ranging from a bespoke bicycle by Caren Hartley to a raw clay sculpture by prize-winner Pheobe Cummings. Jill Read, the Crafts Council's Head of Communications, helped to develop the prize, and will join us for an insider's look at this amazing collection of work and an insight into arts marketing and communications.
Why get involved?
This new network of Londoners aged 16-25 brings together those who are passionate about craft and making to co-produce projects and events with us at the Crafts Council, and in doing so help shape the future of craft in the UK.
Come along if you love to make, or are just keen to find out more - all backgrounds and experience levels are welcome!
Join a new network of young people passionate about craft and making
Be involved in shaping our young people’s programme; work alongside staff and makers to co-produce programmes for other young people
Take part in creative workshops and meet and collaborate with professionals working in the craft and creative industries
Access opportunities, training and advice (including Arts Award)
Learn new skills and develop your CV
Can’t make it this time? There’s more to come!
We hold monthly get-togethers both at the Crafts Council in Angel and out and about at other venues. To find out more about our young people's programme and to be kept informed of all upcoming events, workshops and opportunities for young people, please email firstname.lastname@example.org