What is the protocol  for voting on the Crafthaus Project?
I ask this question in all seriousness.

The spectrum of the projects are all over the place. From community centric, to individual exploration.

Are there objectives for the Crafthaus Project Grant that we should take into account?

How many times can we vote? 

One time per person.

Should be write about our grant....and generate a discussion in advance?

I noticed very few people voted so far, so perhaps others have the same questions?

Comments anyone?


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(1) Everybody can vote ONCE, membership is not required, the voting process is open to all. The system recognizes the vote automatically so that repeat votes don't get counted.

(2) Yes, you can promote your project any which way you want in order to get the votes you need. I am posting the projects on fb myself too.

(3) Intentionally, there are no objectives for the crafthaus grant as far as focus is concerned. Every crafthaus member gets a chance to propose a project close to his/her heart. No boundaries.

(4) I am not discouraging anyone from writing about the grant in advance and to drum up interest. Generally, the idea is though that the grant projects are presented anonymously so that the idea itself takes front and center stage not the person behind it. That way a student with a splendid idea gets the same fair and unbiased attention as the seasoned professional.


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