Hothouse

Website: http://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/what-we-do/hothouse/

Applications are now open for Hothouse, a Crafts Council Talent and Business Development Programme that supports talented makers at the start of their career. The programme includes group workshops, a residential course and 1:1 mentoring and will run from February to July 2019. Hothouse wants to bring together a diverse group of talented makers from all over the country whatever their background or professional qualifications. They particularly welcome applications from currently under-represented groups in craft. Applicants who identify as Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and/or as disabled will be guaranteed an interview if they meet the essential criteria for the Hothouse programme. Applicants will have started their practice or business within the last four years and required to live and work in England and have either UK citizenship or unlimited leave to remain in the UK. Application fee of £35.

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Expires: September 7, 2018


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