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Bright Young Things


by IMAGE
25th Jan 2014
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Klickity's self-assembly Allium lampshade.

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It’s been an exciting couple of years for Irish craft, so we can’t wait to see what fresh finds will be uncovered this year, as the Crafts Council of Ireland’s 2014 Future Makers Awards opens for submissions next week. Previous winners include Klickity‘s self-assembly Allium lampshade and Orla Reynolds? innovative As if From Nowhere range. With a whopping total prize fund of €23,000, the?Future Makers?Awards aim to support continued growth and development in Irish craft, and with so much talent around, competition will be stiff.

For further information on how to apply online, visit Future Makers.