The roots of the Crafthub project trace back to its initiation in 2016 by artist and researcher Shelley Doolan, at Wales University.
The Estonian Academy of Arts organized the Transform4Europe (T4EU) European Universities’ study week “Design & Sustainability” in June.
During it the research phase of this Cove-project has almost been completed. It has contained tasks like the skills gap analysis, stakeholders’ interview, desk researches and mapping already existing good practices.
The first four deliverables of the MOSAIC research touch upon core impact areas that are largely debated within arts and crafts, due to their ability to shape the future of these sectors.
The Focus Groups were part of the research work conducted by UJM and LAB to identify the skills needed by craft company owners according to the challenges they face everyday and will face tomorrow.
MOSAIC is about to take you on a journey where artistry, design thinking, and a touch of magic converge to shape the future of arts and crafts education.
From October 3rd to 4th, 2023, the historic city of Bologna, Italy, hosted the second transnational meeting of the MOSAIC project, an initiative committed to reshaping education and training in the Arts & Crafts field.
MOSAIC at the 2023 Forum on Vocational Excellence: Providing today’s talent with the skills to build a great tomorrow
L'École Nationale du Meuble et de l'Ébénisterie (ÉNMÉ) de Montréal has developed a new service for its students and teachers; a wood library where scrap wood that can be reused for other purposes is recovered.
In June, Inovem held a focus group with Canadian companies in the wood and wood processing sector. The topic of discussion was employee skills needs.