AboutMakerhood is a showcase for makers in Lambeth. Our aim is to create connections – between different local makers, between makers and local businesses, and between makers and the local community. We believe this is good for us as individuals and for our communities, our economy and our environment.
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TweetMakerhood runs monthly meet-ups for makers, artists and designers who are setting up or running businesses to help them get to grips with the practicalities, from promotion to online selling to pricing to product development to copyright and so much … Continue reading
TweetMakerhood will have a stall at the Women of the World Market on Sunday 12 of March, part of the fantastic WOW Festival at the Southbank Centre – this is our 5th time! It’s a vibrant and busy event showcasing women’s achievements, … Continue reading
TweetWe’re delighted to announce that we have two new Makerhood directors, so here’s a quick introduction. Gabriela Szulman Gabriela is a mixed-media artist, maker and teacher. She is an enthusiastic twitterer who also uses Facebook and Instagram regularly for her business. … Continue reading
TweetWould you like to make a difference in Lambeth, South London, and beyond working a brilliant creative network? Express interest by 18 July. Having grown from a tiny local project to a thriving creative network we’re expanding our group of directors to steer … Continue reading
TweetWorkshops can be a great way for artists, makers and designers to increase income, raise awareness of what they do and share the fun of making with others – but there’s a lot to think about when designing a successful … Continue reading
TweetRetail is a key way for creatives to sell their products – but it’s not always easy and there’s lots to think about! Our next Makers’ Club will look at working with permanent retailers as well as the ever popular … Continue reading
TweetMany congratulations to Makerhoodie Juliet Carr of PaperPoms UK on the publication of her first book, Paper Pom-poms and Other Party Decorations. Juliet has been a firm supporter of Makerhood, giving talks on how she made the leap from making … Continue reading
TweetUpdate 17 May: we’re having a lot of fun trying out different markets as part of #loveyourlocalmarket campaign! So far we’ve been at Lower Marsh, Venn Street, Clapham and Brixton. Check out the dates below and drop by to say … Continue reading
TweetAt Makerhood we’re all about helping local makers thrive. There are of course all kinds of other local businesses that need support too. A new initiative spearheaded by Transition Town Brixton is working to support Lambeth businesses. Below is a call from Duncan … Continue reading
TweetWBC is a Herne Hill-based independent supplier of specialist packaging and retail accessories and a valued supporter of Makerhood. We’re very pleased to say they’ve agreed to sponsor Making Uncovered for a second year. The company’s marketing director, James Hayward, answers our questions about … Continue reading