Read craft news from Scotland and around the world, features on craft people, places and projects, and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
As the summer sun begins to shine, Katie Lees has released a collection of silver and gem-set jewellery through her new online shop.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret MacDonald Mackintosh were leading designers and makers of the Arts and Crafts movement in Scotland and have since become household names throughout Europe.
The Craft Skills Awards 2013 celebrate the dedication of makers to passing on their craft skills at a high-profile presentation attended by ambassadors including HRH Prince of Wales.
Edinburgh’s mystery book sculptor has made a dramatic comeback to celebrate the first Book Week Scotland.
Stained Glass Supplies is a new business combining the experiences of glass, knowledge and making of Peter Verrecchia and Steve Richard.
This week, we feature a short film profiling a student at Glasgow School of Art.
After a successful programme in 2011, The Merchant City Festival is back for five days of events in Glasgow's cultural quarter.
Two Scottish craft makers are among the winners at The Balvenie Masters of Craft 2012, an awards programme which recognises, honours and celebrates highly skilled craftspeople around the UK.
A number of UK attractions recorded increases in visitor numbers during 2011, according to figures from the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA)
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.
Siobhan Healy has been announced as a finalist in the International Glass Prize 2012, a Triennale competition for arts, design and crafts
Rebecca’s reflections on Jeanette Sendler’s Cutting Through Time exhibition at the Collins Gallery, Glasgow.
Three Scottish museums have been selected for the Art Fund Prize 2012, the UK’s annual ‘museum of the year’ award.
Scotland’s Trade Fair 2012 Best Product Awards were awarded on 23 Jan 2012.
This Friday our featured film is another from the BBC website, and features men and women who chat, eat cake, and knit in Glasgow's public spaces.
The 2012 Starter for 6 Main Programme is now open for applications.
Rebecca writes about Craft Scotland being part of the 50+ Show in Glasgow
Craft Scotland are delighted to announce the 50 Plus show makers
Parade Artists took a stand at Homes & Interiors 2010 to find new audiences and test the ability of a local collective of artists to show alongside commercial organisations.