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11 – 12 June
Hub, Sleaford

4600 Gifts log surrounded by bright, busy shapes.

Booking now for:
Haden Hill House
Midlands Arts Centre
Walsall Leather Museum

Strips of wide paper with punched holes which create words such as craftivism.

Making For Change Youth Artist Residency.
Deadline 6 June.

A bag sits on a table in a sunny garden, the bag has a bright design.

Shop from the range of merchandise designed to accompany the exhibition.

6 images of hands making various craft items. Some are brightly coloured textiles.

Join us as a volunteer for our large-scale creative programme across Birmingham.

The artist crouches over a memorial stone as she takes a casting.

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Join us in making a positive difference. Your curiosity about craft helps us to bring extraordinary craft experiences to even wider audiences.

a video still of an artist waving

Learn craftivism skills with Seleena Laverne Daye on the Making For Change Expo site.

a beautiful necklace made of dried fruit peel

Be inspired by makers. Including how to make beautiful jewellery from waste peelings.

A naïve drawing of two people in front of a simple house with basic birds, trees and plants.

Collaborators Gelawesh Waledkhani and Lise Bjørne Linnert talk about “A room between the rooms”, highlighting the lives and voices of refugees in Oslo.

A member of Shelanu helps a lady to make her brooch

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

A view of the gallery space. I brightly coloured sculpture by Blackwater polytechnic is in the centre of the space.

Take a walk through our new touring exhibition and be inspired to become a commoner.

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