The Woman's Hour Craft Prize winner announcement live from the V&A
Jenni Murray and Jane Garvey are live from the Victoria and Albert Museum to announce the winner of the Woman's Hour Craft Prize in partnership with the Crafts Council and the V&A.
We had 1500 applicants, 34 judges, a lot of deliberation and some amazing work. There was a fantastic array of entrants for the Woman's Hour Craft Prize in partnership with the V&A and the Crafts Council. Since September, 12 finalists have been exhibiting their work at the Victoria and Albert Museum exhibition. Today we are live from the Museum to find out who has won the £10,000 prize.
To announce the winner, live on the programme, Jenni and Jane are joined by the final 5 judges; Tristram Hunt, director of the V&A; Rosy Greenlees, director of the Crafts Council; Martha Kearney of BBC Radio 4's World at One; Style blogger and consultant Susie Lau and art historian Jacky Klein. They'll be talking about how they decided on the winner; what is the status of craft today and Martina Margetts, craft writer and lecturer at the RCA. joins the conversation to talk about the future of craft.
Producer: Corinna Jones
Editor: Karen Dalziel.
|Interviewed Guest||Tristram Hunt|
|Interviewed Guest||Rosy Greenlees|
|Interviewed Guest||Martha Kearney|
|Interviewed Guest||Susie Lau|
|Interviewed Guest||Jacky Klein|
|Interviewed Guest||Martina Margetts|