Curators of online exhibitions are now invited and encouraged to also include images and information from artists outside of the crafthaus network. This change in procedure was made at the request of the crafthaus membership.

The goal is to widen the network and to open up exhibition possibilities to allow for an even greater range of work to be shown.

 

As before, explicit permission to include work in a crafthaus online exhibition must be given by every participating artist regardless of their being a crafthaus member or not!

 

Any questions, get in touch with me!

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Excellent news!

This will almost certainly encourage more people to join up too.

Fantastic!!!  

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