Opportunity: Jorum Craft Award

Now open for Round 4, the Jorum Craft Award (£500) provides funding to assist with the 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 (£500) provides funding to assist with the 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 in 2010 – creating perfumes conceived of the head, nurtured with heart, and crafted by hand.

Award requirements
  • One applicant will be successful per round
  • Complete a digital sketchbook (images, writing, drawing etc.) documenting the creative process over a 6 to 12-month period (activity to be agreed with Jorum Studios upon selection)
  • Provide feedback to Craft Scotland on how the award has helped you develop your creative practice (6-12 months later)
How to apply?

If you are interested in applying for the award, please fill in the short online application form by 5pmTuesday 11th January 2022.

Craft Scotland will be in touch to confirm whether you have been successful by Friday 28th January 2022.

NB: the Craft Scotland office will be closed 22nd December 2021 to 4th January 2022, inclusive.

Eligibility
  • 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 made by 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 unsuccessful applicants are welcome to reapply.

Previous successful recipients of the Jorum Craft Award are not eligible to reapply.

Equal opportunity & access

We are committed to equality and opposed to all forms of unfair discrimination.

We welcome applications from candidates from underrepresented makers: makers with lived experience of being Black, Asian, Mixed Heritage and/or a Person of Colour, Refugee, D/deaf, Neurodivergent, Disabled, and/or LGBTQIA+.

If you are interested in this opportunity but feel there are some barriers to participation (caring responsibilities, financial, accessibility, travel, slow internet/devices etc.) please do get in touch. We would be happy to discuss this with you and see what support is available.

If you think you might be a good fit for the programme and would like to find out more, in advance of applying, then please do get in touch.

Please contact Jo Scott, Head of Programmes, Craft Scotland: jo@craftscotland.org.

(Top photo: Carved wooden bowl with distinctive grain, sitting on a black surface. Photography by Jack Sheahan.)

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