Part of Contemporary Applied Arts work is with different Southwark-based groups, providing learning sessions which are designed to encourage engagement and participation in crafts and active making. Encouraging a sense of local pride and giving a better understanding of Southwark’s rich creative history. They work with three diverse audiences: school-aged children, youth (teenagers) and older residents.
Contemporary Applied Arts is London's original multi-disciplinary applied arts gallery and they champion and promote the very best of British craft. The objects and purposes of CAA are wholly charitable and are to preserve, promote and advocate for fine craftsmanship in the United Kingdom. In particular, they aim to further the study and understanding of the crafts in the UK by encouraging people to learn from CAA’s activities, exhibitions and displays and to act as a champion for the crafts, working to ensure that excellence in the applied arts is recognised, valued, experienced and enjoyed by the widest possible audiences.
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