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Made in Scotland, an exhibition featuring some 30 of the finest contemporary makers from Scotland, takes place in London from 17 April to 2 June 2012 at the Fleming Collection.
This Friday, our craft film is a beautiful and haunting piece which features the work of Patricia Neimann.
This summer there are more than 70 chances to discover the magic of glass in’ Glass Games 2012,’ a nationwide Olympic-inspired programme of events that celebrates the skills of glass artists.
Craft Scotland announce their partnership with Manchester Craft and Design Centre, and invite Scottish makers to apply to exhibit at the Centre in November 2012.
Nationally renowned artists Kenny Hunter and Diane Maclean have been unveiled as the winners of a high profile competition to design new entrances onto Anchor Green, adjacent to the Scottish Seabird Centre.
This Friday we feature something a little different for our weekly craft film - an animation starring a crafted man.
Craft Scotland has partnered with Young Scot to provide experiential rewards for young people in Scotland.
Three glass artists from across the world have been honoured in the Warm Glass UK Glass Prize 2012 after a record number of entries.
Scottish creative enterprise Anarkik3D has launched an IndieGoGo crowdfunding campaign which will enable the organisation to optimise access to both software and 3D printing technologies, and to launch this digital craft platform in the US.
This week we feature a short film from The Harp Centre of Wales, a not-for-profit, Community Enterprise organisation setup in 2004 by harp maker Allan Shiers.
Craft Scotland have put together a round-up of some of the craft opportunities listed on our website,including details of our own SOFA opportunity, and upcoming craft funding deadlines.
This week we celebrate Tartan Day by featuring two films which concentrate on this internationally recognised fabric linked to Scotland.
A group of final year students of Three Dimensional Design at Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University Aberdeen, are using a crowdfunding platform to raise funds for a trip to New Designers, London.
A Scottish Mosaic maker has led a community arts project to decorate a village hall.
New galleries and museums from around the world have been added to the Google Art Project.
Twelve exhibitors have been selected by an international panel of fashion and textile experts to take part in Scotland Re:Designed, a new industry led initiative aimed at championing Scotland’s modern, vibrant fashion and textile sector.