Celebrating 30 years
Developing people, ideas and opportunities through contemporary craft

Alternative Ways of Making
On show at Aberystwyth Arts Centre  until 2 September 2017.
Save the date for the symposium on 14 July at Aberystwyth.

A group of small simple items made from a smooth, hard material. Cup-like forms with decoratoins like brushes and small knobs. Some are reminiscent of shaving brushes.

Contemporary craft from across the Midlands
A touring exhibition showcasing and selling some of the best contemporary craft and applied art from across the Midlands.
At the Brewhouse Arts Centre,  Burton upon Trent. 30 September – 25
November.

 

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Come along to our fun craft club and learn new craft skills.
Free fun making activities suitable for anyone aged 7 and upwards. 
Saturdays 5th, 12th and 19th August, Grosvenor Road Studios, Birmingham.

 

The i pad case sits on a windowsill. They are simple in design with a black and white line drawing of the skyline and red trimmings.

Meet Shelanu, take part in a free workshop or buy a souvenir of Birmingham.

The purse sits on a windowsill. It is simple in design with an old map of birmingham printed onto it and red trimmings.The tag says 'birmingham'.

Buy exhibition catalogues and craft in our online shop.

A close up on Andrew looking into one of the 'pockets' of his textile works.

Book your free place at the exhibition symposium.

A pixellated word on a screen 'craft'

Craftspace is part of the 2018-22 Arts Council England’s National Portfolio.

curious about craft is spelled out by pins wrapped in thread.

For a limited time Arts Council England will match your private donation.

A exhibit in a gallery which looks like a makeshift market stall.

See more of our work.

Hands working on an artwork.

See all of our artists opportunities.

A exhibit in a gallery which looks like a makeshift market stall.

Read about our current themes of work.

A group of small simple items made from a smooth, hard material. Cup-like forms with decoratoins like brushes and small knobs. Some are reminiscent of shaving brushes.

Keep up to date and see behind the scenes of our touring exhibition.

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