Hosting visits for school groups allows young people to experience and familiarise themselves with the exciting opportunities that the craft sector has to offer.
NEWS: April news and events 9th April 2018
The latest news from the studios and discover where to find Cockpit makers in April.
NEWS: The Cockpit Effect Report 2018 15th March 2018
The Cockpit Effect Report 2018 considers some of the major issues faced by craft businesses today.
NEWS: Opportunities for makers at Cockpit Arts 14th March 2018
If you’re a maker looking to invigorate your career, then you’ve come to the right place. Find out more about opportunities for makers at Cockpit Arts.
Established in 2013, Cockpit Arts’ Creative Employment Programme is the only one of its kind in the craft sector.
NEWS – Call for applications for London Creative Network 6th March 2018
Cockpit Arts are currently accepting applications for the London Creative Network (LCN) programme. It is unique in that it’s currently the only way that makers not based at Cockpit can access our business support free of charge.
NEWS: Cockpit Arts maker events this March 1st March 2018
Looking for things to do in March? Read on to discover where to find Cockpit makers this month.
Cockpit Arts is delighted to once again be a London Craft Week partner and will be hosting an event at Leathersellers’ Hall on 9 May.
NEWS: February news and events 31st January 2018
The latest news from the studios and discover where to find Cockpit makers in February.
NEWS: Makers’ Stories – Onome Otite – Textile Artist and Illustrator 29th January 2018
Onome Otite has built her business in just a few years thanks to the support of the Cockpit Arts | Prince’s Trust Creative Careers programme.
NEWS: Book now for A Taste of Cockpit Arts 24th January 2018
This March, Cockpit Arts is holding its third ‘A Taste of Cockpit Arts’ event; an informal evening for makers interested in applying for a place at its studios.
NEWS: Cockpit’s Ceramic Residency funded for a further 3 years 16th January 2018
We’re thrilled to announce that following on from our inaugural Ceramic Residency, funding has been secured to continue the Residency for a further 3 years.