Read craft news from Scotland and around the world, features on craft people, places and projects, and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
Rebecca visits the Edinburgh College of Art End of Year Shows.
The School of Textiles and Design at Heriot-Watt University offered makers listed on the craftscotland directory a discount on their Textile Print Workshop.
29 June 2011.
A new Crafts Council exhibition coming to the V&A this autumn provided a unique opportunity for makers.
Artmag and Creative Scotland have announced a new partnership that will help promote Scottish visual arts to a wide audience.
Rebecca attends the opening of RBGE’s new craft exhibition.
Rebecca’s southern craft adventure.
A weaver from the Isle of Lewis was among the winners of the first Balvenie Masters of Craft awards.
James Donald takes us through a week in his life as a weaver, teacher, and craft retailer.
For June 2011 our featured Craft Place is Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries, which celebrates its Diamond anniversary later this month. We spoke to Fiona Wilson, one of two Arts Officers responsible for programming the exhibitions, events, workshops and activities at Gracefield as well as managing the facilities and staff.
Craft Scotland, in partnership with LifeScan Scotland, a member of the Johnson & Johnson family of companies, wish to commission a new piece of sculpture for the LifeScan Inverness based campus.
Rachel on a recent visit to see craft meet words at the 'Poetry Beyond Text' exhibition at the Scottish Poetry Library.
A new Scottish cultural project has been unveiled by the curatorial group Panel.
The varied and unspoilt landscape of Dumfries and Galloway is the setting for the annual Spring Fling. This open studio event provides an opportunity for the public to visit the workplaces of over eighty artists and makers, enabling them to learn about the artist’s inspirations and working practices and to buy examples of their work.