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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.
A handmade suite of stacking chairs by Method Studio is in its new home in the prestigious Mackintosh Room at Glasgow School of Art.
The New Easterhouse Mosaic in Glasgow has been nominated for the CoD+A Awards, which champion the importance of design collaborations in bringing creativity and beauty into the places where we live and work.
Our series celebrating the Year of Natural Scotland continues with a look at craft in the beautiful surroundings of the Falls of Clyde.
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.