On Monday 19 and Tuesday 20 June 2017
The Talent Development team at Crafts Council brings you leading industry experts so you can share, debate and network; providing you with a vital set of action points and links that will cultivate and shape your creative practice.
When and Where?
Monday 19 - Tuesday 20 June 20179.30am - 5pm
Armourers Hall, 81 Coleman Street, London, EC2R 5BJNearest tube: Moorgate
What should you expect?
- Our Street dance class is ideal for beginners and those with some experience alike. Improve your health and fitness and learn how to follow choreography, move to the music and express yourself!
YATI Tots – Every Monday 2.30pm-3.20pm with Asha
Live & Local is a not-for-profit organisation providing high quality, professional and diverse arts experiences to communities across eight counties of the Midlands, championing and developing great art and culture for everyone, and enhancing life quality, civil society and local economies.
On Thursday 9 February, UCA Farnham, 10.30am - 5pm
How do I expand my creative business capacity? Working with manufacturers explained
Looking to grow your business but cannot produce the quantity? Looking to expand your product range or portfolio practice?
Don’t fear the Manufacturing process, it can make a significant benefit to your business capacity, income and growth
On Thursday 19 January 2017, at The Sorting Office, Eastleigh, 1.30 – 5.30pm
Book now: Just £25 (£5 discount available for Crafts Council Directory Makers)
Our aim is to provide information and skills development for amateurs and early career professionals looking to set up and structure a creative business from their artworks and designs
Why should you attend?
Studio Wayne McGregor’s new world-class arts space within Here East, in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, includes three studios available for hire from 2017.
Bookings are open now. For rates and availability please contact us: email@example.com / 020 7278 6015
This state of the art building, designed by architectural practice We Not I, forms the hub for all of our creative work and is the new home of Company Wayne McGregor.
You don’t have to be a fan of Wordsworth’s poetry to be entertained and inspired by your visit.
The house, its contents and ambience are preserved as it was when William left in 1808. An entertaining guided tour gives a vivid narrative of what life was like, the famous people who visited and what they got up to!
After Wordsworth died, his possessions were given to the Wordsworth Trust, so Dove Cottage and the Wordsworth Museum is the only place in the world where his personal belongings and handwritten documents can be seen in the place that inspired his greatest work.