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The future of two popular Scottish craft firms and a prominent agency have sadly become uncertain in the current economic climate.
For the first in our series on Scottish craft people and places whose work closely ties in with the Year of Natural Scotland, we take a look at fibre artist Joanne B Kaar.
The Scottish Mentoring Network held its annual conference on Wednesday 07 November 2012 in St Paul’s & St George’s Church in Edinburgh.
Maker Joanne B Kaar has been announced as the recipient of the 2012 Spring Fling & Wigtown Book Festival Residency.
As part of the New Designers Awards 2012, the Contemporary Glass Society awarded associate prizes and commendations to outstanding glass-work from new glass makers to watch, including two students from Scottish Universities.
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.
As the Olympic torch makes its way around Scotland and the rest of the UK, the Glass Baton created for the special Glass Games begins its journey.
This Friday, our craft film is a beautiful and haunting piece which features the work of Patricia Neimann.
This summer there are more than 70 chances to discover the magic of glass in’ Glass Games 2012,’ a nationwide Olympic-inspired programme of events that celebrates the skills of glass artists.
A Scottish Mosaic maker has led a community arts project to decorate a village hall.
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has been awarded funding for a Harris Tweed Training and Development Programme
As the first month of 2012 draws to a close, there are already many achievements to reflect on and countless opportunities to explore for the rest of the year.
A unique work of art by Ullapool maker Allison Weightman was unveiled at LifeScan Scotland’s Beechwood premises on 17 January 2012, following a year of planning, designing and making.
Craft Scotland have rounded up regional funding deadlines for makers, which are approaching in January.
Rebecca writes about her second Roadshow in Thurso
In the latest HI-Arts Making Progress exhibition on at Inverness Art Gallery, maker Caroline Dear presents Entwined/suainte.
Artmag and Creative Scotland have announced a new partnership that will help promote Scottish visual arts to a wide audience.
Craft Scotland, in partnership with LifeScan Scotland, a member of the Johnson & Johnson family of companies, wish to commission a new piece of sculpture for the LifeScan Inverness based campus.
Our featured place for May 2011 is Timespan, the Museum and Arts Centre based in Helmsdale. We spoke to Nicola Henderson, Development Director of Timespan.
Details of the Burns Bequest competition to win a jewellery mouse worth £10,000.