Residency: Glass Artist, Creative Collisions

Crafting History




Norfolk Museums and Norfolk Arts & Library Services


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Tricia Hall


We are looking for a highly skilled glass artist to become the sixth of six crafts people in residence at Time and Tide Museum as part of our Crafting History programme. Crafting History is a Heritage Lottery Fund, Young Roots programme.

What is Crafting History?
Young People from Creative Collisions Youth Arts network are working work with Norfolk Museums and Norfolk Arts & Library Services and to set up and manage six, twelve week, craft residencies at Time & Tide Museum.

Young People have identified key craft skills that have contributed significantly to the heritage of Great Yarmouth and which they feel still have the potential to inspire and engage their age group.

They will help to select contemporary practitioners who are using the crafts in new and exciting ways and who also have a deep understanding of how their craft has been practiced traditionally.

Practitioners will create original work inspired by museum collections and share their process directly with young people through master classes, workshops and, where practical, studio visits. Work produced by artists and young people will be exhibited at Time & Tide in Spring 2017.

Artists will be contracted for 14 days at £200 per day –Total fee £2800
Additional allowance for accommodation & travel can also be negotiated.
Materials are not included in the fee.
Delivery of the project will happen in December/January/February 2016

Enquiries & Details
Of how to apply by email to Tricia Hall

For final submissions is Monday 28th Nov 2016 at 5pm