20 March 2023
Want my job? with Head of Creative at Mindful Chef Richard Brownlie-Marshall
"Creativity really is king. It now comes under many different guises and titles, but you see that there is a big appetite for creative minds. When the landscape is ever changing, we can’t rely on the status quo, so creative solutions are needed to continually evolve."
12 December 2022
Want my job? with creative designer and art director Khutina Griffiths
"It’s ok and necessary to fail at things. There is nothing wrong with failure."
28 September 2021 – 10 October 2021
Junior Designer job opportunity at TVF Media
A great and creative opportunity within the media!
6 August 2021
Summer Showcase: Fashioning Our History
The Fashioning our History Project explores diversity in fashion and art, through a series of workshops, and talks, culminating in an
exhibition of participants work and a fashion installation at Willesden Green Library Centre.
21 April 2021 – 7 May 2021
Young Volunteer Opportunity at The William Morris Society
We are recruiting for a brand-new Young Volunteer Project at the William Morris Society! We need your imagination and ideas to help us to explore issues around climate change and the environment to inspire the local community.
17 March 2021
Making Monsters at Mozilla Festival
Mozilla Festival led attendees into the 3D world of monster making.
4 December 2020
Instaviews with Emi Tanimura
Instaviews with award-winning fashion graduate Emi Tanimura.
24 February 2020
Voice through the years
A look back at the ways Voice has changed and evolved over the years, and a nod to where we're going next.
27 February 2020 – 1 March 2020
International art fair for modern Craft & Design: Collect 2020
International Art Fair for Modern Craft & Design: Collect 2020 will return for its 16th edition, presented for the first time at Somerset House, London.
23 October 2019
Design Council selects Spark 2019 finalists to receive significant funding
Four design entrepreneurs each receive a share of £150,000 to help develop new products designed to make the home easier and better for all.
26 August 2019 – 20 December 2019
Design the 2020 Brighton Fringe Family Guide Cover
If you're an aspiring artist, get involved with this competition and design the Family Guide Cover for Brighton Fringe 2020.
21 August 2019
Where are they now? with Emily Pieters
After her Bronze and Silver Arts Awards, Emily decided to pursue a career in costume design.
4 July 2019
How to make a comic book like James + Jack: The Adventure Begins
James + Jack: The Adventure Begins author James Riding reveals his top tips for writing, designing and colouring your very own comic book
23 January 2019
Crafts Council Young People's Meeting- Creative Coaching
January Meeting: Creative Coaching with Sarah Atkins
In our January meeting we'll be joined by Sarah Atkins who is a creative and branding coach with over 15 years experience of working in the fashion industry and as a surface design tutor
22 February 2019 – 23 February 2019
Feb Half Term: Kids’ Liberty Fabric Shorts Workshop in Chelsea
Join us for 2 days to make your own pretty Liberty fabric printed shorts.
22 November 2018 – 30 April 2019
Crafts Council's Young People's Meetings
The Crafts Council’s Young People’s Program is a London-based network of 16-25 year olds who are interested in craft and making.
Our network of 16-25 year olds brings together those who are passionate about craft and making to co-produce projects and events with us at the Crafts Council, and in doing so help shape the future of craft in the UK.
Join us at our monthly get-togethers if you love to make, or are just keen to find out more – all backgrounds and experience levels are welcome! We’ll be holding monthly get-togethers both at the Crafts Council and out and about at other venues.
21 January 2019 – 13 April 2019
Teenage FashionLab (12 – 19 years old) in Chelsea, London
Let’s get serious about fashion through either experimental design or simply sewing something for yourself.
30 October 2018
Videogames: Design/ Play/ Disrupt at the V&A
Challenging the rules we play by, the V&A’s latest exhibition offers a sprawling look at contemporary videogames design from the last decade