Read craft news from Scotland and around the world, features on craft people, places and projects, and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
The Prime Minister’s residence hosts a new display of contemporary craft and design.
Last month, following a packed schedule and lots of positive press stories about the outlook for Scottish craft, I talked about how fortunate I believe the Scottish craft sector to be right now.
The ‘crown jewels’ of Maryhill are back in the Burgh Halls for the first time in nearly 50 years, alongside new interactive stained glass panels.
This week’s film features a unique look at Glasgow School of Art Master’s student Katherine Brown’s collection of work.
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has been awarded funding for a Harris Tweed Training and Development Programme
Siobhan Healy has been announced as a finalist in the International Glass Prize 2012, a Triennale competition for arts, design and crafts
The Great Tapestry of Scotland is a unique project to stitch the entire story of Scotland from pre-history to modern times.
This Friday we feature a clip from a popular new BBC series, ‘Britain's Heritage Heroes.’
A new report published today confirms that Scotland’s craft makers continue to be optimistic and adaptable, working within a sector that, while changing, remains healthy, robust and contributes income of £70 million to the Scottish economy.
Rebecca’s reflections on Jeanette Sendler’s Cutting Through Time exhibition at the Collins Gallery, Glasgow.
Craft Scotland are delighted to announce the appointment of new team member Maria Cadenas.
This week's featured film is for Spring Fling Open Studios 2012, who celebrate their tenth birthday this year.
Three Scottish museums have been selected for the Art Fund Prize 2012, the UK’s annual ‘museum of the year’ award.
Creative platform Vanilla Ink has launched an online shop showcasing award-winning jewellery designers from across the UK.
Scottish glass artist Amanda Simmons has been announced as a finalist at Emerge 2012.
This week, we feature a short film from weavers in West Dean College who are working on ‘The Hunt of the Unicorn’ tapestry for Stirling Castle.
Craft Scotland have put together a quick round-up of some of the craft opportunities advertised on our website which have upcoming February deadlines.
Scotland’s Trade Fair 2012 Best Product Awards were awarded on 23 Jan 2012.