The CCF/FCMA works closely with our Affiliate Members, including organizations, institutions, and associations related to Canadian contemporary fine craft. Any organization with the goal of growing and advancing excellence in the field is welcome to apply, including educational institutions, guilds, museums, galleries, collectives, foundations, etc. These organizations have incredible perspectives and experience to share, expanding the CCF/FCMA’s capacity to represent the many aspects of the national craft field.
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Lunenburg School of the Arts
Lunenburg School of the Arts offers workshops led by professional art educators and working artists.
Craft Alliance /Alliance Métiers d’art is a Pan-Atlantic Trade Association Representing the Craft Sector in Atlantic Canada. The Alliance is made up of craft councils and guilds, craft media organizations and other craft related industry, educational or government organizations, who express interest in supporting the objectives of the Alliance.
Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design
Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design (the Centre), a for impact charitable organization, is an integral and leading force in the educational, promotional and economic development of the craft sector on Cape Breton Island with a membership of over 300 individuals and organizations throughout Cape Breton Island, the traditional and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaw people of Unama’ki.
New Brunswick College of Craft and Design
The New Brunswick College of Craft &Design empower learners to forge sustainable, creative careers.
Rozynski Art Centre
The Rozynski Art Center’s mission is to promote the development of contemporary professional ceramics in all forms.
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Alberta University of the Arts
For almost 100 years, AUArts has played an important role in our country’s visual culture. We are a university dedicated to art, craft and design – the only one in Alberta and in the Prairies, and one of four in Canada.
Saint John Arts Centre
The Saint John Arts Centre is a Regional Facility serving the communities of Greater Saint John. It is home to five public galleries for contemporary art.
Maison des métiers d’art de Québec
The Maison des métiers d’art de Québec is a cultural organization dedicated to contemporary practices in artistic crafts.
Musée des métiers d’art du Québec
The MUMAQ, the Musée des métiers d’art du Québec, attests to the expression of a unique and creative people.
Reflecting the cultural diversity of Québec, from Nouvelle-France to today, it highlights what can be achieved by working with one’s heart and hands, for the benefit of the community.
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North-West Ceramics Foundation
The North-West Ceramics Foundation is a not-for-profit charitable organization that works to provide a community for ceramic artists and to deliver public programming supporting ceramics in its many forms. The NWCF acts as the charitable voice of ceramists in British Columbia with the mandate of fostering public education in the ceramic arts in Western Canada.