Tagged with international

Resource: Crafts Council give 8 tips for fast-tracking your craft career abroad

The Crafts Council’s Talent Development team advises that you have a plan, research your potential buyers, markets and logistics and then prepare your business for the next steps. It sounds relatively straightforward, but exporting takes time and investment. Here is some useful advice to get you started. Read their tips at https://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/articles/thinking-globally-8-tips-for-fast-tracking-your-craft-career-abroad/

Opportunity: Social Art International Artist Call

Murze Magazine has launched an international artist call out with a focus on artists response to the political sphere and Climate Change. They are looking for social artists that use their skills to help promote and improve communities or affect social change. This is not genre or medium specific but artists who use their practice … Continue reading

Guest blog: Prudence Maltby writes about the concluding Cicatrix events at the end of its touring

Guest blog: Prudence Maltby writes about the concluding Cicatrix events at the end of its touring

Swindon and Montreal: These final exhibitions have been an opportunity to further expand the Cicatrix project, successfully reflecting the Commonwealth collaboration between the six artists on Salisbury Plain, honouring their compatriots who trained in this landscape to fight in WW1. For Montreal we each created a print version of the project for Montreal, Cicatrix Imprimé; … Continue reading

Opportunity: Call for entries – International Craft Pavilion

The British Craft Pavilion has for the last 3 years been an exquisite gallery space dedicated to craft at the London Design Fair. In 2019 the pavilion will open its doors to global makers, becoming the International Craft Pavilion. The focus will be on functional and contemporary craft from around the world, and from across the full spectrum of craft disciplines, inviting both … Continue reading