Craft Scotland's COMPASS: Established Maker Programme is now open for Round 2. Access tailored one to one support for established makers through mentoring and specialist advice, or support for training and development.
COMPASS: Established Maker Programme offers tailored one to one support to established makers through mentoring and specialist advice or support for training and development.
This learning and development opportunity is open to established professional makers who are looking to develop themselves and/or their practice. An established maker would ideally be someone who has been practicing for four or more years. Applicants must demonstrate a clear commitment to developing their craft practice.
Do you feel in need of a challenge or momentum, or are you not sure how to move forwards with a particular aspect of your practice? If so, then this programme might be for you.
COMPASS is Craft Scotland’s learning and development programme created specifically for makers. COMPASS focuses on developing talent and equipping individuals with the necessary skills to create a sustainable craft career and business. COMPASS is generously supported by the William Grant Foundation and Creative Scotland.
Deadline: 5pm, Thursday 21 November 2019