Research and development focused micro-grant by Jorum Studios, in association with Craft Scotland.
Launched in 2020, the Jorum Craft Award provides funding to assist with development of a maker’s creative practice, including but not limited to research and development of a new piece of work, project or collection. The Jorum Craft Award is supported by Jorum Studio, in association with Craft Scotland.
We are delighted to announce jewellery designer/maker Isla Cruickshank has been selected as the winner of the second Jorum Craft Award. Learn more about her practice and 2020 recipients.
Established in 2010, Jorum Studio is a Scottish perfumer. They create scents conceived of the head, nurtured with heart, crafted by hand. Learn more about the studio, their affinity with handmade objects and why they started this award on our Craft Journal interview with founders Chloe & Euan.
I am so complimented that the panel sees potential in my work and super grateful for the support to develop my practice further. I really cannot wait to get making and show you the outcomes.Isla Cruickshank, Jorum Craft Award Winner 2021
We're thrilled to award Isla Cruickshank the second Jorum Craft Award. Not only is her practice incredibly beautiful, her sustainable approach links fundamentally with the Jorum ethos. We're so excited to see what is next for this talented new maker.Chloe Mullen, Jorum Studio
We were overwhelmed and captivated by the quality of the applicants for the first ever Jorum Craft Award, and it was even more exciting to see such a diverse range of mediums, some of which we had not heard of before. Thank you to Craft Scotland for partnering with us, it was a joy to be a part of the selection process, although it was tough to narrow down the applications!Chloe Mullen, Jorum Studio