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One of my ports of call while I was on my Baltimore research tour was a trip to the Baltimore Clayworks.
Emma says goodbye to Spring and reflects upon the closure of The Collins Gallery.
We take a look at the work of five of the makers who will open their doors to the public between 02 and 05 June 2012.
Johnstons of Elgin has completed a major investment in its Hawick site, with the opening of a visitor centre, cafe and retail outlet.
This week we feature ‘The Art and Science of Touch,’ a look at designer maker Farah Bandookwala, who uses 3D designing and 3D printing in her work.
This week marks my last at Craft Scotland, in what has been a fantastic and varied two years (and a bit).
In February 2012 I headed off to Baltimore, USA, for a Craft Scotland research trip.
The public are invited to collaborate on a unique feature-length documentary film about Scotland.
This friday our craft film focus is on a new series aired on the BBC.
Ignite is a 10 day celebration of creativity and culture across Dundee, Angus and Fife.
This weekend sees the return of Festival of Museums, the annual three day celebration featuring a host of exciting and innovative day and night events in museums and galleries throughout Scotland.
We've rounded up the latest opportunities on our website with upcoming deadlines.
This week we feature a film about Isle of Wight based artist Sue Paraskeva.
Aberdeen based textiles designer Matt Russell has received a top award in the Bradford Textile Society Design Competition 2011/12.
Textiles Scotland and the Scottish Furniture Makers Association have joined forces for the first time, to present the 'Scottish Furniture and Interiors Exhibition'.
This Friday we feature a film from Rachel Hazell, otherwise known as the Travelling Bookbinder.
A dedicated craft exhibition and activities centre has opened in West Kilbride, and launches with a touring exhibition from the Crafts Council.
Seven diverse craft makers from around Scotland have been awarded prizes in the 2012 craft&design Selected Awards.