Heritage Crafts Award

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Fantastic news! I’m thrilled to be partially funded by NADFAS (The National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies) and the HCA (Heritage Crafts Association), who have kindly agreed to support my developing career as a craftsperson, as part of their brilliant work and objectives supporting the arts and heritage crafts. I will be using the funding to pay for 1:1 tuition with expert basketmakers Adrian Charlton and Joe Hogan, who between them have a combined experience of nearly 70 years, and both make stunning work which I have long admired. So exciting! Thank you NADFAS and HCA, I am so grateful for this contribution and proud to be representing your organisations which are doing such good work ensuring artists and craftspeople develop and thrive.

Many thanks also to Mary Butcher and Eddie Glew for supporting me during the application process.

The National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies (NADFAS) works to advance decorative and fine arts education and appreciation, alongside promoting the preservation of artistic and cultural heritage. NADFAS is a UK based charity and supports a network of over 360 local Societies across the country. In addition, a number of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies in mainland Europe, and Australasia are also supported. NADFAS Societies bring together groups of like-minded individuals through regular meetings, study days, visits, tours and a number of volunteering activities including Church Recording, Heritage Volunteering and our Young Arts programmes. NADFAS also supports the decorative and fine arts through a grant giving programme. Find out more atwww.nadfas.org.uk

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