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A newspaper article explaining that the Craft in the Bay Centre is looking for a new location having left the Techniquest building in Cardiff Bay. Despite a deadline in the month following this article, the Centre had still not found a new location for its premises. Molly Curley (Craft in the Bay co-ordinator and founder) explains that a new location is needed desperately over the next few months otherwise the Craft in the Bay Centre would cease to have a home. Craft in the Bay was a high attraction in Cardiff Bay at this point, therefore it would be a suitable location to remain in. This document is in a black font on white paper.

The Makers’ Guild in Wales was formed in 1984 as a maker co-operative to bring together and promote the best of Welsh craft talent. The guild consists of craftsmen and women and is fully committed to its charitable aims, namely the promotion and preservation of applied art and craft skills, by presenting Welsh-based work of the highest quality for the public to view. Since its establishment, it has gained status in producing internationally recognised craft and art. Currently, the organisation has 79 Wales-based maker-members. Prior to settling at Craft in the Bay, which has been in several locations in Cardiff Bay, the guild was based at the Old Library craft centre from 1989 to 1995. The guild also spent some time at St David’s Hall. It is now based in the reconstructed ‘D’ Shed on the Flourish in Cardiff Bay.

In the beginning, The Makers ‘Guild in Wales was wholly run by volunteers; there were no paid staff positions until the mid to late 1990s. The Makers Guild still relies on the help of volunteers to work in the gallery space; they have played a vital role in the sustainability of the craft organisation.
(Source: https://www.makersguildinwales.org.uk/, accessed 09/01/2018.)

From the archive of Craft in the Bay.
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A newspaper article explaining that the Craft in the Bay Centre is looking for a new location having left the Techniquest building in Cardiff Bay. Despite a deadline in the month following this article, the Centre had still not found a new location for its premises. Molly Curley (Craft in the Bay co-ordinator and founder) explains that a new location is needed desperately over the next few months otherwise the Craft in the Bay Centre would cease to have a home. Craft in the Bay was a high attraction in Cardiff Bay at this point, therefore it would be a suitable location to remain in. This document is in a black font on white paper.

The Makers’ Guild in Wales was formed in 1984 as a maker co-operative to bring together and promote the best of Welsh craft talent. The guild consists of craftsmen and women and is fully committed to its charitable aims, namely the promotion and preservation of applied art and craft skills, by presenting Welsh-based work of the highest quality for the public to view. Since its establishment, it has gained status in producing internationally recognised craft and art. Currently, the organisation has 79 Wales-based maker-members. Prior to settling at Craft in the Bay, which has been in several locations in Cardiff Bay, the guild was based at the Old Library craft centre from 1989 to 1995. The guild also spent some time at St David’s Hall. It is now based in the reconstructed ‘D’ Shed on the Flourish in Cardiff Bay.

In the beginning, The Makers ‘Guild in Wales was wholly run by volunteers; there were no paid staff positions until the mid to late 1990s. The Makers Guild still relies on the help of volunteers to work in the gallery space; they have played a vital role in the sustainability of the craft organisation.
(Source: https://www.makersguildinwales.org.uk/, accessed 09/01/2018.)

From the archive of Craft in the Bay.
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Copyright statement: we made the best endeavours to discover the rights holders of the items on display. In instances where the rights holder could not be found, or the work was unattributed, we kindly request that anyone with information regarding the item contact us. Anyone believing that they are the rights holder should follow the ‘notice and take-down’ policy (below).

Notice and take-down: should you identify any unlawful content published by VCS Cymru Chronicle on the People’s Collection Wales website, such as material that infringes copyright, you should notify VCS Cymru and ask for the material to be removed.
A newspaper article explaining that the Craft in the Bay Centre is looking for a new location having left the Techniquest building in Cardiff Bay. Despite a deadline in the month following this article, the Centre had still not found a new location for its premises. Molly Curley (Craft in the Bay co-ordinator and founder) explains that a new location is needed desperately over the next few months otherwise the Craft in the Bay Centre would cease to have a home. Craft in the Bay was a high attraction in Cardiff Bay at this point, therefore it would be a suitable location to remain in. This document is in a black font on white paper.

The Makers’ Guild in Wales was formed in 1984 as a maker co-operative to bring together and promote the best of Welsh craft talent. The guild consists of craftsmen and women and is fully committed to its charitable aims, namely the promotion and preservation of applied art and craft skills, by presenting Welsh-based work of the highest quality for the public to view. Since its establishment, it has gained status in producing internationally recognised craft and art. Currently, the organisation has 79 Wales-based maker-members. Prior to settling at Craft in the Bay, which has been in several locations in Cardiff Bay, the guild was based at the Old Library craft centre from 1989 to 1995. The guild also spent some time at St David’s Hall. It is now based in the reconstructed ‘D’ Shed on the Flourish in Cardiff Bay.

In the beginning, The Makers ‘Guild in Wales was wholly run by volunteers; there were no paid staff positions until the mid to late 1990s. The Makers Guild still relies on the help of volunteers to work in the gallery space; they have played a vital role in the sustainability of the craft organisation.
(Source: https://www.makersguildinwales.org.uk/, accessed 09/01/2018.)

From the archive of Craft in the Bay.
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Copyright statement: we made the best endeavours to discover the rights holders of the items on display. In instances where the rights holder could not be found, or the work was unattributed, we kindly request that anyone with information regarding the item contact us. Anyone believing that they are the rights holder should follow the ‘notice and take-down’ policy (below).

Notice and take-down: should you identify any unlawful content published by VCS Cymru Chronicle on the People’s Collection Wales website, such as material that infringes copyright, you should notify VCS Cymru and ask for the material to be removed.

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