Read craft news from Scotland and around the world, features on craft people, places and projects, and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
Emma talks about hew new role as CEO of Craft Scotland
Plymouth College of Art has announced the publication of Making Futures: Crafts in the Context of Emerging Global Sustainability Agendas.
Rebecca writes about her activities over the last couple of weeks.
Lab Craft: Digital Adventures in Contemporary Craft, the new Crafts Council touring exhibition, previews at Tent Digital at the London Design Festival.
Keith Brown, Minister for Skills and Lifelong Learning, came to Craft Scotland's offices in Leith.
The Victoria and Albert Museum, the world's largest museum of design and decorative arts, is to open a Scottish branch in Dundee.
A summary of the recent 'Pass The Baton' seminar from Arts & Business, looking at funding and sponsorship issues
Laura chats about the last couple of weeks in Craft Scotland.
The Save the Arts campaign has launched to help make the case against the proposed 25% cuts in government funding of the arts.
A feminist craftivism project saw crafted statues installed around Edinburgh City Centre.
Two weeks on from the Craft Scotland AGM, Emma Walker discusses the day.
Millinery marked the emergence of the woman who could own property, buy and sell, sue and be sued, represent themselves in court, make contract and ‘perfom other routine commercial and legal functions.’
As the Crafts Council have opened the application process for Collect 2011, Craft Scotland invite makers to register their interest in submitting work as part of the Craft Scotland Collect 2011 presentation.
It’s been a year since Laura started at Craft Scotland
Rebecca writes of her recent travels to the Shetland Isles with the Rural Craft Forum, as well as a round up of the office move and AGM.
Extraordinarily beautiful article from Jeanette Winterson on making, from the introduction to Jerwood Contemporary Makers 2010.
Creative Choices September 2010 Newsletter
Rachel comes back to blogging, and reports on August Craft Month in Northern Ireland, and the Jerwood Contemporary Makers.
Craft Scotland have officially settled in to the new office.
HI-Arts Crafts September 2010 Newsletter