Round 2 of the Jorum Craft Award is now open for applications. This award provides funding to assist with development of a maker’s creative practice.
The Jorum Craft Award (£500) 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.
Jorum Studio is a Scottish perfumer established 2010 - creating perfumes conceived of the head, nurtured with heart, crafted by hand.
Previous winners of the Jorum Craft Award 2020 were Florence Dwyer (£500) and Stephen Kavanagh (£250). Discover their work on the Jorum Craft Award project page.
Learn more about Jorum Studio’s with our Craft Journal interview with founders Chloe and Euan.
£500 to assist with the development of your creative practice
One applicant will be successful per round
Complete a digital sketchbook (images, writing, drawing etc.) documenting the creative process over a 6-12 month period (activity to be agreed with Jorum on selection)
Provide feedback to Craft Scotland on how the award has helped you develop your creative practice (6-12 months after)
Professional makers, living and working in Scotland
Makers should be working in one or more of Craft Scotland’s eligible disciplines
All work should be the design of the maker and made by the maker (or small-batch production under their direct supervision)
All work must reflect excellence and the unique vision of its maker, be well-conceived and skilfully made
Previous Jorum Craft Award applicants are welcome to reapply
If you have any questions about the Jorum Craft Award please contact the Craft Scotland team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: 5pm, Tuesday 19 January 2021