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Katy Sadler explains how a festival in one of Birmingham’s busiest thoroughfares enables craft and design graduates to test their ideas in a supportive environment.
WHALE Arts’ Leah Black explains how her career has been shaped by artists with a strong business understanding and her precious Clore notebook.
Craft NI is now the sole representative body for artists, designers and makers.
As he opens the fifth British Ceramics Biennial, Barney Hare Duke tells us about his career, which started in the pottery studio.
Cockpit Arts’ programme of support for apprenticeships in the craft sector is delivering tangible benefits among micro craft businesses, says Imogen Lawry.
In Birmingham, craft projects are not only helping young people learn new skills but giving their self-confidence and resilience a boost. Deirdre Buckley explains how.
The number of students choosing craft-related subjects is dwindling, research has revealed. Annie Warburton describes the action The Crafts Council is taking to reverse this trend.
A manifesto for craft education aims to raise the profile of craft-based subjects in schools, where participation has declined by a quarter in five years.
Director of Craftspace Deirdre Figueiredo names those who have inspired her throughout her career.
A new government-backed craft apprenticeship initiative could help reverse falling participation in craft-related design and technology.
Emma Daker describes a jewellery-making project which has successfully integrated some migrant and refugee women into the community.
Annabelle Campbell and Andy Horn share their experiences of the partnership between the Crafts Council and Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery
A diverse board can be of great benefit to an organisation. Charlotte Jones highlights the importance of having board members from different backgrounds