A Norfolk Designer’s studio is looking for someone to join their group

PUBLISHED: 14:47 16 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:47 16 January 2018

Designermakers21 in Diss. picture: Sabrina Johnson

Designermakers21 in Diss. picture: Sabrina Johnson


A design studio in South Norfolk which describes itself as ‘a home for extraordinary crafts-people’ is looking for someone to join their team on full-time basis.

Designermakers21, located in the Heritage Triangle, Diss, was launched in 2013 with just four studios, open to the public one day a week.

Since then, it has grown to become 11 studios, two galleries, a showcase space and workshop area plus regularly hosts events and exhibitions in collaboration with the Corn Hall.

Home to artists and crafts people working with a range of materials including; textiles, sculpture, mosaics, jewellery and glassware the studio is looking for someone to join their collective on a full-time basis from March.

The available studio measures 5m by 4m, for more information or to download an application form visit the designermakers21 website.

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