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CraftHub: Material Library

Myer Halliday / Photography by Caro Weiss

Submit your materials for the Material Library on the CraftHub website.  

What kind of materials and processes do you work with? Makers you can now contribute to the largest online archive of craft materials and processes. The CraftHub Material Library is a collection of materials and techniques that document a specific process.  

Preserving craft knowledge across Europe for generations to come, visitors can browse the Material Library through the different approaches and learn more about each practitioner. Each technique is personal to the practitioner and the CraftHub website reflects that. 

Share your materials via the Material Library on the CraftHub platform by submitting them via a short form.

When submitting your material, you will have a chance to categorise them according to material family, technique, quality, colour and many more. This material will after a short revision be linked to your profile if you are part of the Practioners Library.  

You can also apply for a profile on the Practioners Library.


About CraftHub

CraftHub is a collaborative project involving partners from Ireland, UK, Italy, Portugal, Germany, Greece, Norway and Denmark, co-funded by Creative Europe.

CraftHub brings together UK & EU partners, including Craft Scotland, to organise events, activities and create resources aimed at preserving craft techniques for contemporary practice. The partners will work together on Craft Hub over the next three years to illustrate craft’s importance in our shared European cultural heritage, and its continuing relevance in contemporary practice.

Partners include: Carlow County Council, University of Wales, Glasmaleri Peters Studios, Materahub, Design Skolen Kolding, Craft Scotland, Nova School of Science & Technology, Oecon and Oslomet.

Learn more about the CraftHub project.


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