Read craft news from Scotland and around the world, features on craft people, places and projects, and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
The Scottish Glass Society has announced the launch of their new website.
Scottish maker Carrie Fertig has created a special glass sculpture for Chichester Cathedral.
Glass artist Keiko Mukaide will make a site specific installation at the 2011 Pittenweem Festival, to raise funds for the victims of the tsunami in Japan.
Scottish ceramics maker Lorraine Robson has been selected to exhibit in the 3rd International Triennial of Silicate Arts.
Makers in Dumfries and Galloway this weekend open their doors for the annual Spring Fling.
The results of the craft&design Selected Awards 2011 have been announced by craft&design magazine.
If you are looking for ways to enjoy the spring weather why not try some of these suggestions for how to enjoy craft in the sunshine over the bank holiday.
After being invited to participate in the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) Craft Show’s Guest Country programme, Craft Scotland are delighted to announce the 25 Scottish based makers who will be taking part in the event this November.
Craft Scotland announces their Collect 2011 collection
Scottish glass maker Amanda Simmons won the Gold Award for innovation, creativity and potential to export 2010 at this year’s Origin: The London Craft Fair.
The Sunday Times talks to glass maker Jessamy Kelly.
An exhibition of work by fifteen senior British makers, Age of Experience, supported by three displays in Dovecot: Art and Making, and a series of maker/artist talks, is on at the Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh from 4 April to 20 June 2009.