h.Club 100 Art, Craft and Design Award Winner
Barnaby Barford has won the 2016 h.Club 100 Award for Art, Craft and Design! Hosted by the Hospital Club in partnership with the Creative Industries Council, the annual awards celebrate influential and innovative people who have made an impact on the creative industries over the past year. Thank you to everyone who kindly voted.
Barnaby was nominated by judges; Julie Lomax, Director of Development for the Liverpool Biennial, Aneeqa Khan, CEO and Founder of eporta and Rosy Greenlees, Executive Director of the Crafts Council for his work over the past year, specifically for his monumental Tower of Babel project at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The Tower of Babel was only possible due to the fantastic support of everyone involved in the project.
Barnaby spoke to It's Nice That about his win here.
More information on the awards is available on the Hospital Club website.