Corporate & Non-profit Program

Corporate Program

  • Speakers gifts for panels, conferences, events
  • Corporate holiday gifts to sponsors and partners
  • Holiday staff gifts
  • Custom awards

Contemporary craft makes the perfect gift for the speaker at your conference, your staff awards or holiday gift. CCBC can connect your organization with local artists to create custom pieces for any occasion. To see some samples of our artists work check out our lookbook here. 

To make speak to someone about making an order or see more of our artists’ work contact us using the information on our contact page.

Testimonials

Glass award by Hope Forstenzer for the Kidney Foundation

“We wanted the award to reflect the spirit of our [Citizen’s Leadership] initiative. What better way than to highlight and support the work of a BC artist. Through the guidance and assistance of The Crafts Council of British Columbia, Vancouver-based artist Hope Forstenzer was commissioned to create a beautiful and meaningful sculptural glasswork to serve as the award. I would like to thank The Crafts Council of British Columbia for their support and encourage you to consider the commissioning of work by BC artists for your corporate recognition needs.”


DR. KAREN PHILIP (EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, 2015)

“The work I did for the Kidney Foundation was an amazing experience on many levels. First, it was an opportunity that I would never have had if not for CCBC. Second, it was a chance to use glass to do work for a great cause. And finally, it showed what happens when craft becomes part of how the greater community at large comes together and celebrates itself.”


HOPE FORSTENZER (CCBC ARTIST MEMBER)
Wooden Bowls as staff gifts for Criminal Justice Branch of BC

“I am a wood turner and, as a CCBC member artist, I was delighted to be commissioned to provide items for the Corporate Program earlier this year. The items were sixteen 9-inch bowls in English Walnut ordered as annual service awards. It is gratifying that thought was given to supporting local craft and I derive considerable pleasure in knowing that things I make are appreciated and put to good use. The Corporate Program deserves to flourish and continue to provide a useful link between local artists and the Corporate community for the provision of various forms of gifts and presentation items.”


– MICAHEL HAMILTON CLARK (CCBC ARTIST MEMBER)
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