Read craft news from Scotland and around the world, features on craft people, places and projects, and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
Emma is building lists for her scheduled trip to America. Where would you suggest she goes?
The Minister of State for Further Education, Skills and Learning, signals his vision for craft and vocational industries and education
Emma reflects on a day of planning in Glasgow
Emma reflects on her networking experiences
Made by Hands of Britain, a new online marketplace for Art and Craft, launched earlier this week.
Craft Scotland and the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh are delighted to announce the selected makers for Conserving Ecologies: Craft and Biodiversity
Reflections on Fife Contemporary Art and Craft’s Causing Chaos Symposium.
12 of Scotland’s finest jewellers put themselves to the test in a unique event that will see their work auctioned off for charity.
Last week's successful National Wool Week saw guerrilla knitting projects appearing across the country.
Scottish Jeweller Maeve Gillies and Glasgow-based furniture craftsman John Galvin collaborate on stunning design for limited edition Highland Park 50 year old whisky.
The Craft Council has launched a series of touring CraftCubes around the UK, offering a unique way for visitors to experience craft in an immersive environment.
Textiles Scotland will take leading designers and manufacturers from across Scotland to the first-ever textiles showcase of its kind in the heart of London.
Craft Northern Ireland launches a new online craft map of designer-makers, craft studios and outlets in Northern Ireland.
The October 2010 issue of Creative Choices newsletter is now online
A headpiece designed by William Chambers was worn by Kelis on her international tour.
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 HI-Arts craft development team have sent out their October 2010 Craft News and opportunities email bulletin.
Scottish maker and textile designer Jilli Blackwood has been appointed Director of Costume for the prestigious Delhi 2010 Flag Handover Ceremony.
Makers were invited to submit applications for Collect 2011
Emma discusses the importance of supporting the I Value the Arts campaign