Craft

Overview

This is another of the visual arts sections for all age groups. This section gives an opportunity for those interested in the many facets of craft work to create their own pieces of work in one or more of the various crafts and have their work adjudicated. Following adjudication all works are then exhibited in Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery for approximately one month.

Section secretary :Mrs Eileen Pitts

Email : [email protected]    Tel: 07817 7084319

Assistant Secretary: Ms Kath Lines, Email : [email protected]   Tel:02476 392094

Craft Syllabus Download

Download the section syllabus here: Craft Syllabus.pub 2017 (5) (PDF format)

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Each section syllabus includes the rules, conditions of entry, classes and other information. To download the full syllabus containing ALL sections, please see the full syllabus page.

Dates for the diary

Most Craft Section events take place at Museum & Art Gallery, Riversley Park Nuneaton.

Craft Entries Accepted2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.Sunday 2nd April 2017
Craft Entries Accepted1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.Monday 3rd April 2017
AdjudicationTuesday 4th April 2017
Exhibition Opens10:30 a.m.Saturday 8th April 2017
Exhibition Closes4:00 p.m.Monday 1st May 2017
Collection Day1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.Tuesday 2nd May 2017
Presentation of Awards4.30 - 6.30p.m. Salvation Army Citadel, 1 Victoria StTuesday 2nd May 2017

Trophies and awards

The Bedworth Inner Wheel Shieldfor the best group work under 17 Years.
The Diana Guest Awardfor the best in Craft under 60 Years – Adult.
The Val Lambert Rose-Bowlfor the best in Craft 60 Years and over.
*The Museum Centenary CupSee syllabus for details

*Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2017. The trophy will be awarded for a piece of work chosen from all of the creative arts exhibited (i.e. Art, Photography, Needlecraft and Craft) that best reflects the centenary of the institution. See Full syllabus for details.