World Crafts Council

The World Crafts Council – South Pacific connects Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Pacific Islands to the world of craft. Australasia has a strong history of involvement in the World Craft Council, which provides an important creative network in our region. The network offers craftspersons, artists, designers, administrators, curators, collectors and writers an opportunity to stay in touch with its activities, particularly as it enters its jubilee anniversary.

The World Craft Council is the umbrella organisation of five regional associations (Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America), within which are various sub-regions. Historically, Australia and New Zealand have been in the South Pacific sub-region of the Asia Pacific region. The WCC General Assembly meets every four years. Regional groups meet annually.

Members  will receive regular emails about World Craft Council activities, including workshops, forums and trade visits in the region. There will also be the opportunity to have a voice in shaping events in the Australasian region that connect with the international craft world, particularly a regional conference in 2014 on ‘craft thinking’. They just need to visit the website and subscribe from there.

World Crafts Council – South Pacific vice-presidents:



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