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A young fashion designer from Connemara has won the top prize in a programme designed to support young creative talent run by the Crafts Council of Ireland.

15th June, 2013
Alison Conneely took the top prize of €4,000 in the Future Makers Awards & Support Programme, which has a total prize fund of €23,000. Photo Marc O'Sullivan.

A young fashion designer from Connemara has won the top prize in a programme designed to support young creative talent run by the Crafts Council of Ireland.

Alison Conneely took the top prize of €4,000 in the Future Makers Awards & Support Programme, which has a total prize fund of €23,000.

Awards were presented to 18 other craft-makers, including jewellery designer Anastasija Pnarnicka. Pictured are Sarah Morrissey and L'Or Mayo, wearing jewellery by Pnarnicka.

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