Developing a National collection of modern craft.
The Heritage Lottery Funded Collecting programme at the Crafts Study Centre included funds for education activity.
During the summer and autumn of 2010 the Crafts Study Centre commissioned an education programme to bring together leading makers Rezia Wahid, Dawn Dupree and Gaynor Goffe and primary school children to explore the techniques of weaving, printing and calligraphy. Students from Pilgrims Way Primary School and Hale Primary School in Farnham also made visits to the Crafts Study Centre and some of their work made during these sessions is displayed.
This education programme was designed and delivered by leading crafts education charity The Making.