Read craft news from Scotland and around the world, features on craft people, places and projects, and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
To pre-empt their inspirational session at our Conference, we asked brand gurus and Craft Scotland Conference speakers O Street to answer your questions about branding. Read the collated Q&A session here.
The Scotland: Craft & Design pavilion, presented by Craft Scotland & Emergents, will launch at London Design Fair on Thursday 22 September 2016. Ahead of our grand opening, we chat to Meg Held of The Store Hus all about the inspirations behind her brand's pieces, and the Scottish creative identity.
With a client list including Spotify, Brewdog and National Galleries Scotland, we thought you might like the opportunity to pick the brains of our soon-to-be Conference speakers, O Street.
Craft Scotland’s Director, Fiona Logue, visited the influential Malcolm Appleby in his home studio this month. Read her blog about the trip, and her discoveries about the renowned silversmith.
Need a break from the comedy shows? We've put together a list of fourteen unmissable craft exhibitions and events at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and beyond...
The Scottish Glass Society is raising a glass and celebrating makers and glass lovers for two whole months. Discover more about all their events across Scotland and hear from some makers taking part in their Elemental exhibition.
Come and celebrate Scottish design with the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design and our Meet Your Maker programme.
Get to know the Summer Show makers with our behind the scenes blog series. This week, we're chatting all things warp and weft with Chantal Allen from Warped Textiles.
What to do with all those leftover craft materials? Here's our handy guide to ten places to responsibly recycle and dispose of your studio waste in Scotland.
Applications are now open for Hothouse 7, the Crafts Council’s intensive programme of creative and business development for emerging makers.
Fife Contemporary Art & Craft's (FCA&C) Craft Pods was recently displayed in Woodmill High School, Dunfermline. FCA&C hosted a student-focused Meet Your Maker event to coincide with the exhibition: giving pupils and staff at Woodmill High School in Dunfermline the opportunity to meet Grant McCaig, the maker behind the work on display. The renowned silversmith discussed his training and career as well as his process.
Let's take the first step in your sustainable journey as a maker by looking at renewable or locally sources materials…
Craft offers audiences an alternative way of thinking about the world. Our Make It Green series brings you Jo Pudelko's thoughts on how joining the Green Crafts Initiative made her think more critically about her responsibilities as a maker.
This week, we're chatting tableware, mixing it up in the studio and kiln surprises with Natalie J Wood. Get to know the Craft Scotland Summer Show makers with our behind the scenes blog series.
Craft Scotland and VAS are thrilled to announce a special showcase that celebrates ceramics at the annual VAS exhibition.
Small changes in your practice can add up to big changes for the environment. Check out our six point checklist to see how green your materials are...
Fife Contemporary Art & Craft (FCA&C) is celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2016, and is looking forward to the next decade! We hear about their successes over the last ten years.
Jude Barber’s Wasps exhibition and gift calls on politicians to recapture post-war optimism and put architecture back at the heart of Scottish life.
Get to know the Craft Scotland Summer Show makers with our behind the scenes blog series. This week, we're chatting squeegees, colours and best place to get sweet treats in Glasgow with Laura Spring.
Being authentically green is good for you, the earth and builds fans. Our Make It Green brings you Andy Stirling Robertson's thoughts on going against the grain and wholeheartedly embracing green making.