Qui sommes-nous et que faisons-nous ?

Le World Crafts Council (Conseil mondial des métiers d'art) est une organisation à but non lucratif qui vise à promouvoir un intérêt international pour les métiers d’art et à encourager les contacts entre les artisans de différents pays.


Nos programmes et ressources

Notre mission est de faire connaître et apprécier les métiers d’art comme faisant partie intégrante du bien-être culturel, social et économique de notre société. Notre vision est celle d’un monde où l’artisanat est apprécié à sa juste valeur à tous les niveaux de la société.


  • WCCE General Assembly in Tbilisi, Georgia

    This year, we look forward to having our annual WCCE General Assembly in Tbilisi, Georgia, kindly hosted by Georgian Arts and Culture Center (GACC). WCC-Europe’s General Assembly is held annually, and each […]

  • WORTH second call winning partnerships announced

    After the amazing success of the WORTH Weekend Valencia when 85 pre-selected projects presented their innovative concepts to the worth team of Steering Board members and mentors. From these winners the final […]

  • Monumentality / Fragility: European Prize for Applied Arts 2019 in Kilkenny

    Kilkenny to host major exhibition of works by 74 makers from 19 European countries at dual locations: the National Design & Craft Gallery and Kilkenny Castle 9th February – 23rd June 2019 Monumentality […]

  • Applications Open Craft Scotland Summer Show

    Applications are open for the Summer Show, Craft Scotland’s annual selling exhibition during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The Summer Show is Craft Scotland’s annual selling exhibition showcasing the work of over 35 […]

  • WCCE Handicrafts Week in Kuwait

    We are delighted to announce the 15 makers selected to represent their country at the Europe Handicraft Week 2019 in Kuwait. World Crafts Council Europe has selected the makers based on their […]

  • You’re invited to Révélations 2019

    In 2019, World Crafts Council Europe, (WCCE), celebrates its 40th anniversary. As part of the celebrations WCCE has been invited to exhibit at Révélations in 2019 organised by Ateliers d’Art de France. […]

  • European Prize for Applied Arts 2018

    From October 21, 2018 to January 20, 2019  At the Grande Halle des Anciens Abattoirs 17/02, rue de la Trouille – 7000 Mons (BE) The European Prize for Applied Arts aims to […]

  • HOW&WOW- Studio at DDW2018

    From 20 to 28 October, Crafts Council Nederland presents HOW & WOW – Studio at Dutch Design Week 2018 Crafts Council Nederland shows the studio of the new maker: the workshop as […]

  • Ways of Perceiving Crafts

    Two-day seminar 28-29 November 2018, Iaspis and Konstfack, Stockholm The seminar is free, but due to limit seating we ask that those who wants to attend at Konstfack (29 November) to register […]

  • Collect 2019

    Collect returns to London’s Saatchi Gallery from 28 February – 3 March 2019.  Collect is the only gallery-presented art fair dedicated to modern craft and design, and provides an opportunity to discover and […]

  • LOEWE Craft Prize 2020 | Submissions now open

    The LOEWE FOUNDATION launches the fourth edition of the LOEWE FOUNDATION Craft Prize, an international award celebrating excellence in craftsmanship. The LOEWE FOUNDATION seeks to recognize uniquely talented artisans whose artistic vision […]

  • Open Call for the IV Contemporary Goldsmithing and Jewelry Curated Exhibition

    After three consecutive exhibitions, the goal of the IV Muestra de Orfebrería y Joyería Contemporáneas´ remains to be the international diffusion and promotion of contemporary goldsmithing and jewelry design in order to […]

  • Call for CERCO 2019 International Contemporary Ceramic Contest

    Since 2013, the CERCO International Contemporary Ceramic Contest has been held every two years, which allows numerous authors from all over the world to present their works to participate in the selection of two second prizes and […]

  • Apply now: The First International Handicrafters Festival Kokand 2019

    The First International Handicrafters Festival will take place in the city Kokand, Fergana Region, Uzbekistan, on September 10-15th 2019 year. By participating in this festival you can demonstrate and sell your products, […]

  • WORTH Project Third Open Call – Deadline 31st October

    WORTH aims to create cross-border and cross-discipline collaborations between designers, crafters, SME manufacturers, tech-firms and start-ups across EU-28 and COSME countries, to develop unique and highend products in the following sectors: fashion […]

  • Applications open for GRASSIMESSE 2019

    About the GRASSIMESSE The GRASSIMESSE is an international forum and fair for applied art and product design from all fields. Unique products, limited editions and sample industrial products of jewellery, ceramics, glass, […]

  • Emerging Curator in Residence programme

    Kilkenny County Council Arts Office invites applications from Emerging Curators for their 2019 emerging curators programme. The programme will enable curators to gain direct experience in the field of curating exhibitions for […]

  • Inches Carr Trust Craft Bursaries 2019

    Up to 3 Bursaries will be awarded, each for £5000.Applicants must have been working in their craft in Scotland for at least 5 years. Closing date: 4 Mar 2019 The purpose of […]

  • The 9th International Ceramic City Biennial of Talavera is announced

    The bases and the registration form can be downloaded from the attached links Bases of the 9th International Ceramic City Biennial of Talavera  Registration form for the 9th International Ceramic City Biennial […]

  • Call for Applications – Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival 2019

    Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival is the first UK festival dedicated to craft and moving image. Now in its fourth year, the festival continues its mission to highlight the sheer depth […]

Défendez-vous les valeurs de l’artisanat?

L’adhésion au WCC-Europe est ouverte à toutes les organisations européennes qui, selon le conseil d’administration européen, représente le mieux les métiers d’art de leur pays.