QEST Craft Funding Applications Open

R Hollis

QEST Craft Funding Applications Open

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Are you a talented maker looking to further your training? If so, head over to the QEST website to discover more about their scholarship and apprenticeship funding.

Individuals can apply for up to £18,000 to further their training and education through traditional college courses, vocational training, apprenticeships and one-to-one training with a master craftsperson.

QEST defines craft broadly and supports traditional and contemporary crafts ranging from basketry to jewellery design, luthiery to farriery, printmaking to shoemaking and much more. Visit the QEST website directory to see how previous makers have used QEST funding to further their skills and their career.

Applications open 9 Jan – 13 Feb 2023.

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