Here you will find links to craft councils in other provinces and how to become a member. As well you will find information and links to national craft organizations.
Becoming a member of the Craft Council opens access to a dedicated community of artists and craftspeople in our province.
Join the craft council and you gain…
a community – We keep you informed about events and professional opportunities through a weekly email bulletin, a bi-monthly print newsletter, and our website. Our own events and exhibitions can put you in touch with craft and colleagues from across the province and country.
more exposure – and you choose how. Exhibit your work in the gallery? Sell it in the shop or at a fair? Promote your studio in the guide? Take part in special events? All of the above?
learning opportunities – We offer workshops that can be media-specific, design-focused, business-related—or all of these.
new partners & support – Our affiliations with other groups bring you a range of opportunities and give your voice national scope. We regularly partner with government and its agencies to offer support programs, including a loan fund.
professional credential – When your work is successfully juried or wins a Craft Council Award for Excellence, it’s a sign of professional achievement and peer recognition of outstanding work.
Memberships breakdown as follows:
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