Garland bursaries

Kshitija Mruthyunjaya, Handwritten music book, tamboori (music instrument) and IPad worshipped on Ayudha Puja,2019

Garland is committed to supporting the emerging generation of craft thinkers.

Recently we have seen new pathways in tertiary education and a greater appreciation of thinking through making. This has combined to encourage a new wave of “thinker-makers” who have the potential to champion the value of craft in our world today.

This comes at a time when there is a search for alternatives to the global consumer capitalism that is emptying the planet of its rich natural, linguistic and cultural diversity.

If you are growing your involvement in craft as a student or maker, you are invited to fill out this form to receive a free membership of the Garland Circle. This will unlock the premium content, including the Quarterly Essays that explore issues in depth and a monthly newsletter with recent craft news and important new publications.

This is an exciting time to be involved. We see glimmers of a “craft renaissance” across the wider world. A new conversation beckons.