Shaping a new Future: Meet the talented artisans of tomorrow
This year’s Design and Crafts Council Ireland’s Future Makers Awards and Supports were announced virtually at the RDS in Dublin last week. Here, we profile four of the winners
Even in our increasingly digital world, we still rely heavily on people who can actually make things with their bare hands. That’s what makes the Design and Crafts Council Ireland’s Future Makers Awards and Supports programme so important.
Since 2009, this initiative funded by the Department of Trade, Enterprise and Employment via Enterprise Ireland has been giving budding homegrown artisans what they need more than anything else – a financial cushion...
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