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Jude Barber’s Wasps exhibition and gift calls on politicians to recapture post-war optimism and put architecture back at the heart of Scottish life.
Located on the north side of Glasgow at Grey Wolf Studios, Laura's studio is easily accessible by public transport from Glasgow City Centre and also offers free parking. Here she runs her popular monthly one-day class in screen-printing, but Laura can also offer screen-printing classes at locations to suit the client. Previous workshops have been held in hospitals, day centres, museums, galleries and botanic gardens.
At the start of next year Craft Scotland will be back on the road to deliver a series of roadshows across Scotland. Makers are invited to join us in five locations at the end of January and early February.
Holmwood House will host a Meet Your Maker event on Sunday 23 November 2014. The event offers an exclusive pre-Christmas shopping event with a difference: a chance to peek behind the scenes at the work of textile artist Gillian Cooper.
The Glasgow School of Art Shop will host a Meet Your Maker event on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 November 2014. The event offers a chance to peek behind the scenes at the work of Glasgow-based print studio Bespoke Atelier, and get involved with their process while creating a GSA book bag to take away.
Tenement House will host a Meet Your Maker event on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 October, offering visitors the chance to experience the Make do and Mend ethos of the building's former resident under the expert guidance of upcycling artist Donna Jamieson.
Summer Show maker Ursula Hunter blogs about an exciting commision for New South Glasgow Hospital.
Three weeks after a fire in the Mackintosh building caused devastation to student's works and destroyed the iconic library, the Glasgow School of Art degree show 2014 opened to the public, on Saturday 14 June.
Teena Gould offers full day, half day or weekend bespoke workshops in mosaics from her studio in Kilbarchan, twelve miles south-west of Glasgow.
Throughout May and June Scottish Art School graduates showcase the cumulative efforts of their four years of study in unique student showcases.
The Lighthouse is currently hosting two exhibitions with a focus on craft: Starter for Six: Maker or Manufacturer? and AIR Scotland - 16.
Craft Scotland is pleased to present the ten venues that will be taking part in our Meet Your Maker 2014/15 programme.
Glasgow based furniture designer John Galvin handcrafted The Virgin Money Endeavour Trophy held by Prince Harry upon reaching the South Pole.
The iconic medals for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games will be designed by award-winning maker and jeweller Jonathan Mathew Boyd.
Our featured maker this month is Karen Suzuki, who makes urban animal forms with the aim to reflect their fragile and complex lives through exploring combined and reworked fabrics.
As autumn is in full swing, Laura Spring has launched a new colourful weather-inspired collection through her new website and online shop.
Our featured maker this month is Fiona Byrne-Sutton, who creates earthy ceramic vessels from local Scottish materials.
The Sewing Machine Collection and Singer archive at Clydebank Museum has been made a Recognised Collection of National Significance by Museums Galleries Scotland.
From 24 to 28 July 2013, visitors to the vibrant Merchant City area of Glasgow will be treated to a diverse celebration of the arts.
Talented graduates from Edinburgh College of Art, Glasgow School of Art, Robert Gordon Grays School of Art and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design have won various high-level awards at New Designers and Graduate Fashion Week.