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About Craft Scotland - Meet The Team

Craft Scotland is made up of a team of passionate staff who work to unite, inspire and champion craft. Whilst our team is small, our ambition for the Scottish craft sector is unrivalled.  

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Fiona Logue

Fiona Logue - Director

Jo Scott

Jo Scott - Project Manager

Julia Ossenbruegge

Julia Ossenbruegge - Marketing Manager (on maternity leave)

Jenni Colquhoun

Jenni Colquhoun - Marketing Officer

Veronique AA Lapeyre

Veronique AA Lapeyre - Marketing Manager (Maternity Cover)

Sheena Kitchin

Sheena Kitchin - Craft Tourism Manager (p/t)

Gill Ramsay

Gillian Ramsay - Bookkeeper (p/t)

Kerstie Barr

Kerstie Barr - PA/Office Coordinator (p/t)

Allyson Gee - Project Assistant Craft Scotland

Allyson Gee - Project Assistant





Craft Scotland Updates

  • Ethical Practice Tips for Jewellery Designers, from the Incorporation of Goldsmiths


    The Incorporation of Goldsmiths has been up to great adventures in the field of ethical jewellery and sustainability. We hear about their recent ethical jewellery symposium and get some key takeaways from the day. Plus, find out about their soon-to-be-launched online resource for informing jewellery designers who want to work towards an ethical practice. Take it away, guys! 

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  • Collect 2017: The Scottish Contingent


    Collect: The International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects from the Crafts Council is back for its thirteenth edition. Returning to the Saatchi Gallery in London’s King’s Road, the fair is open from Thursday 2 to Monday 6 February 2017. We have rustled up a selection of the show’s Scottish contingent. 

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  • A Tribute to Roanne Dods


    Craft Scotland is incredibly sad to hear the news about Roanne Dods who has passed away after a long illness. Roanne was a dynamic, knowledgeable creative force, and her passing is a great loss to the wider cultural world.   

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  • Hothouse 2017 Announced


    35 maker businesses have been selected for the pre-eminent Hothouse 2017 programme run by the Crafts Council and partners. Discover the full line-up of the Scottish cohort... 


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  • Making Memories / Meet Your Maker


    Over the past few months, The Living Memory Association (TheLMA) has been exploring craft and making through a craft reminiscence programme called Making Memories. To tie into this, we partnered with TheLMA to deliver a series of Meet Your Maker events in the form of drop-in craft workshops at The Little Shop of Memory in Edinburgh’s Ocean Terminal. We caught up with the team from TheLMA to hear about their Meet Your Maker experience, and get the low-down from their makers. 

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