Here are just a few of the wonderful items made by some of the highly […]
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The President’s Award for Endangered Crafts was established in 2020 by Heritage Crafts Association President […]
New research by the Heritage Crafts Association has unearthed more traditional craft skills on the verge of extinction in the UK, in the latest major update of its pioneering project, the HCA Red List of Endangered Crafts, funded by the Pilgrim Trust.
This training bursary of up to £4,000 is targeted at Black and ethnically diverse makers, as this is an under-represented group in heritage crafts. It is sponsored by DCA Consulting and is one of a suite of awards and bursaries to support and celebrate craftspeople. Deadline: 13 December 2021, 5pm.
A lithographer, a wallpaper maker and an oak bark tanner are among the recipients of the latest round of grants awarded to help safeguard some of the UK’s most endangered craft skills.
President: HRH The Prince of Wales
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