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  • Craft Tourism Experiences: Introducing Georgia Crook


    Georgia Crook is an artist/maker who lives and has a workshop overlooking Loch Tay in Highland Perthshire. She has over 20 years' experience in arts/crafts making and tailored workshop provision, for a wide range of client groups. Her own work is mainly inspired by cultural and natural heritage, combining basketry, paper and textile techniques. 

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  • Craft Scotland's 2014/15 Annual Review


    We are excited to share Craft Scotland's Annual Review for 2014/15 with you.

    It was almost impossible to sum up all our projects on 12 pages - but we hope the review will excite you about the work we do. It is also a means to pay tribute to the many talented makers and partner organisations we worked with in the last year - find out who they were by browsing the publication online or downloading it to your device.

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  • Four Corners of Craft: Etsy Exhibition for London Design Festival


    The London Design Festival is the highlight of the UK design calendar, where the world gathers to celebrate great craft and design. This year, Craft Scotland is involved in a partner exhibition with Etsy and various craft organisations from around the UK. The selling exhibition of cross-disciplinary contemporary craft is on from 24 to 27 September 2015.

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  • Craft Opportunities May 2015


    May's opportunities round-up offers a selection of funding and awards, in addition to several job and residency opportunities. 

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  • Craft Tourism Experiences: Introducing Strathearn Fleece & Fibre


    Strathearn Fleece & Fibre is the place where all things woolly happen. Fleece produced on the farm and locally sourced is hand-dyed and then transformed into fibre and yarns for spinners, felters and knitters. At the studio visitors can browse the fantastic range of yarns and fibres, learn about different sheep breeds, the uses of the fibres and take home a woolly piece of Perthshire.

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  • Spring Fling 2015: Meet the Makers


    Spring Fling, Scotland's premier art and craft open studios event will return for 2015, bringing thousands of visitors to meet skilled Scottish craft makers of every kind. We give you a run-down of some of the makers who will be participating in this year's event. 

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  • Ruth Hollywood blogs about the Hothouse Programme


    Hothouse is a programme of creative and business development for new makers run by the Crafts Council. Craft Scotland is currently supporting six Scottish-based makers through the programme. Find out how they are getting on in this blog by jeweller Ruth Hollywood.

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  • Cyan Clayworks: New Funded Project - Studio Growth and Development


    Cyan Clayworks was recently awarded funding through Creative Scotland which will enable an exciting new phase of growth and development. Part of the funding will be allocated for equipment; and part for hosting an international guest artist (in 2016) as a pilot scheme. As the third element of the project, the studio intends to offer structured placements for recent arts graduates.

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  • Special Edition: Craft Opportunities May 2015


    This month we have a Special Edition of our usual opportunities round-up. We have some new opportunities we didn't want you to miss, including a chance for makers based north of the Caledonian Canal to take part in a unique Meet Your Maker event at Timespan in Helmsdale.

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