Submit your project for inclusion in MAKE Learn's new map of craft education in Scotland.
The report argues for the coordination of resources and strategy to create shared ground for the craft and education sectors to learn from each other, share best practice and resources and develop ambitious collaborative projects and talent development pathways.
Alongside the report, an interactive map of craft education in Scotland has been created to highlight the geographical spread and variety of selected existing craft education initiatives happening across the country. The map is an online directory that aims to make visible the network of craft and making education activity taking place, beyond the school setting, throughout Scotland.
If you would like to add a project or activity, or to discuss how your project might be included please get in touch at email@example.com.
Read our Guidance on eligibility and how to submit your activity HERE (opens PDF).
About MAKE Learn
MAKE Learn, a partnership between Craft Scotland and Panel.
MAKE Manifesto developed from discussions and workshops led by the Craft Development Network, a sector network initiated and supported by Craft Scotland. Securing a legacy from the Craft World Café and the work carried out by Roanne Dods in 2016/17, Craft Scotland acted as a craft incubator and nurtured the first iteration of MAKE through the publication of a report authored by Panel in 2018. Panel went on to develop and launch the manifesto through an unconference event in 2019.