Why has the UK become a nation of makers? Craft, creativity – and competition winners

why has the uk become a nation of makers craft creativity and competition winners

Sumary of Why has the UK become a nation of makers? Craft, creativity – and competition winners:

  • ”Similarly, jeweller Joy Bonfield-Colombara shared the pain of losing her best friend, and how her craft guided, and continues to guide, her through her journey of grief.
  • From flameworkers and songwriters to jewellers and self-made carpenters (hello, Tiny House Nation), it’s safe to say that we’ve become a nation of makers.
  • A point perfectly borne out by our recent callout to creative Guardian readers.
  • In collaboration with The Balvenie – part of a wider drive to champion craftsmanship across the UK and encourage a new generation of makers – we asked you to tell us what you make and why for the chance to expand your creative horizons with a Guardian Masterclass and to win a bottle of The Balvenie whisky.
  • “Judging this competition really opened our eyes to the variety of making that goes on in the UK,” reported the judging panel, made up of Guardian Labs art director Cheryl Carulli, commercial features director Richard Vine, and design journalist Alice Morby.

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