Developing people, ideas and opportunities through contemporary craft

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An emboidery ring hangs on the railings outside Birmingham Cathedral, the embroidery shows the clocktower of the same cathedral.

11-17 September, Birmingham City Center
An outdoor exhibition showcasing artwork produced by new graduate makers at In:Site Festival over the past five years.

  • Craft in Common is a series of five creative online workshops with artist Alinah Azadeh....

  • Updates on how we're working during the current situation...

  • Join us in making a positive difference...

  • Working with women facing social challenges in Birmingham....

  • Artists have been announced...

  • Refugee and migrant women working with Craftspace to develop a sustainable craft social enterprise....

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

8 ways you can support Craftspace today.

A red and white jumper re-knitted into one with 11 variations.

Research network informing the development of We Are Commoners exhibition

making for change logo

Campaigning for social change through craftivism

three enamelled birds on a jeweller's peg

Updates on the group and their projects

A young man films people making at a crowded table outdoors.

Visit the ‘Revisited’ outdoor exhibition 11-17 September 2020, Birmingham.

A screengrab of the Making For Change home page.

A new online exhibition of craftivism.

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