Craft Scotland and the Collins Gallery present an exhibition, conference and events to unite, inspire and champion Scottish craft.
The Unite exhibition showed the work of 38 makers from varying career stages at the Collins Gallery from 16th April – 7th May 2011.
The exhibition aimed to showcase the wealth of makers creating craft work in Scotland, and to champion the quality and range of Scottish craft and inspire audiences.
Disciplines represented included Ceramics; Glass; Textiles; Furniture; Jewellery; Metalwork; Wood; Lettering; Paper; Basket making; Willow weaving; Mosaic and Heritage.
View our photographs from the Unite exhibition:
Craft Scotland is the world’s first audience development agency for craft. A registered Scottish charity working with designers/makers, curators, galleries and craft retailers from across Scotland, Craft Scotland are positioning Scotland at the forefront of a global craft revolution. Craft Scotland want to build a brighter and richer future for craft by creating new craft fans, inspiring new makers and developing opportunities to show and sell craft.
The Collins Gallery is an integral part of the University of Strathclyde presenting a cultural interface between the University and the city. The annual programme of temporary exhibitions is broad-ranging, representing contemporary and historic, Fine and Applied Art by established and new artists throughout Britain and abroad.