Read craft news from Scotland and around the world, features on craft people, places and projects, and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
A new Scottish platform for jewellery designers and graduates has been launched.
In advance of the grand opening, Laura attended a special preview of the new National Museum of Scotland.
We are pleased to announce Lauren Currie, Co-founder and Director of Snook, as a keynote speaker for Craft Connected.
Rebecca writes about her experience at the AMA Conference 2011
This is a guest blog post for craftscotland by Josiah Lockhart, General Manager of the Grassmarket Community Project.
On 29 July 2011, the new National Museum of Scotland will open its doors to the public and reveal a radical transformation.
Following the announcement last week that Craft Scotland will be hosting our first conference in August at the Collins Gallery, we are now delighted to announce our Conference Chair.
Laura blogs about the Arts Marketing Association Conference
Following on from a season of spring Open Studio events, it’s now time for a fantastic range of summer Open Studios in Scotland.
In 2010 Craft Scotland were appointed as an AmbITion Scotland Partner organisation, and awarded funding to help us to become more interactive, innovative, inspiring and communicative through effective utilisation of new digital technologies.
Craft Scotland are delighted to present Craft Connected, the first Craft Scotland conference, to coincide with the rebrand of the organisation and the launch of our new website. We are also thrilled to announce that Garth Johnson will be the first keynote speaker at the event.
In the latest HI-Arts Making Progress exhibition on at Inverness Art Gallery, maker Caroline Dear presents Entwined/suainte.
Glasgow’s Au Boutique and Studios celebrate their first birthday in July 2011, and are running a special birthday promotion so members of the public can join in their celebrations.
Melanie Paget leaves us for pastures new after a nearly a year with the organisation.
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.
Creative Scotland launches new Investment Programmes.