People who physically make objects understand that the making is only one aspect of creating culture: we need admirers and friends who are knowledgeable and thoughtful in their reception of our work, and who champion its grand diversity. This award is specifically for someone who is not a professional craft artist, but without whom the craft community would be sorely diminished.
To celebrate Craft Year 2020, CCBC invites all regional & community arts councils, craft organizations and artists to nominate an individual that has made a significant impact in their community for craft and the artists who create it.
The award winner will receive a one of a kind work of craft which will be presented at the CCBC AGM April 20th in Vancouver. CCBC will provide transportation and accommodation as needed.
Please nominate your communities’ Citizen of Craft via our online application by March 20th, 2020. You will need to include:
- Nomination Statement:
Describe in 1000 words or less why you nominating this person for the CCBC Citizen of Craft Award. Please include a description of how this person has made a substantial contribution to the development of craft in your community/region.
- Nominee’s Curriculum Vitae:
Please provide the nominee’s professional curriculum vitae of up to 10 pages in length. CV should emphasize the person’s achievements in the promotion of and support for contemporary craft.
- Nominee accepts the conditions of the award – travel to Vancouver for presentation April 20th, 2020 for the CCBC AGM.
- Nominee grants permission to release his/her name to the public when CCBC announces the results. Both the winner and nominees will be listed.
- Nominee agrees to allow CCBC to use all materials submitted for promotional purposes and archival records.
*There is a $30USD application fee required at the time submission.