Over the past three months Central Craft has been developing a new Strategic Plan which will set
our goals for the next five years. We have received a grant through the NT Government Department
of Business, Trade and Innovation to contract experts in this field Matrix on Board to assist us in
the process. 
Members and Stakeholder engagement surveys have been sent out, please check your inbox for the survey monkey request. We have hard copies in the studio too, so if you know someone who doesn't check their email but would like to have their say then spread the word about Strategic Planning.
Want to know more about Strategic Planning?
We're having a Strategic Planning meeting on Sunday 10th of February at Central Craft studio from 9.00am -1.00pm facilitated by Matrix on Board. 

The craft year has already begun with Wearable Arts Holiday Workshops in Alice Plaza every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday until the 25th of January.
Don't fret if you've been away because the creativity will continue throughout February and March with workshops being held on Mondays and Saturdays until March 9th with the fabulous Alison and Margy.
This year's Wearable Arts, with help from the amazing Margy Alexander, will be held in Todd Mall on the 16th of March! 
Check out workshop dates and keep up to date with Wearable Arts via our website

Central Craft Gift Shop will reopen on Monday the 4th of February.
Members interested in selling their craft in the shop can contact us about consignment and volunteering via email or drop in to the studio during business hours. Craft Sellers are asked to bring work in to the office next week so it can be processed and on the shelves in February. 

Contrasts - Central Craft Member's Exhibition will open on Friday the 8th of February at 6pm.
Members who would like to submit work must bring it in to the office before the 5th of February.
For further information please email us