Suggestions for how Makers' Month can Support your Arts Award Bronze journey:
Part A: Explore the arts as a participant
Learn a new skill and take part in some of the free drop-in activities at Makers' Month including crochet, knitting, drawing, printing, painting, quilting, embroidery, weaving, spinning, sugarcraft, batik, bookbinding, feltmaking, animation and more!
Identify an existing skill you would like to develop and plan a visit to meet the Makers.
Part B: Explore the arts as an audience member
Visit the free exhibitions on show throughout Makers' Month and the Women’s Hour Craft Prize exhibition. Write a review, blog or share your thoughts about the exhibition on Arts Award Voice or through social media.
Part C: Arts Inspiration
Meet the Makers! Speak to one of the many Makers' Month contributors about their work and learn more about the artists by exploring their websites. A full list of these can be found here www.theforumnorwich.co.uk/makersmonth/contributors
Attend one of the Makers' Month lunchtime talks such as Esme Young on Saturday 17 March. Learn about Esme’s career in costume design and fashion and about her experience as a judge on the BBC’s Great British Sewing Bee. Tickets are £8 (£5 for over 60s and students) and must be booked in advance by visiting Eventbrite
Visit the Woman’s Hour Craft Prize Exhibition and discover more about the artists here