Read craft news from Scotland and around the world, features on craft people, places and projects, and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
The so called 'Angels' Share’ is a whisky legend. A world-renowned Stirlingshire glass-maker and his daughter have launched a new craft business which pays homage to this whisky fable.
This is a guest post for Craft Scotland on a recent symposium at the Edinburgh College of Art by postgraduate students Rhona McCallum and Hazel Thorn.
Meet Jessamy Kelly, a Scottish craft maker who uses ceramics and glass to create unique forms.
Stained Glass Supplies is a new business combining the experiences of glass, knowledge and making of Peter Verrecchia and Steve Richard.
This week’s Friday film is our last craft film from the wonderful British Council Film Department Catalogue.
Alison Kinnaird MBE was commissioned to create the Donor Window for the SNPG, which was recently opened by the Queen.
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.
An informal consultation has been launched to gather views from people making, retailing or trading ceramic or glass objects intended to come into contact with foodstuffs.
A Glasgow based glass maker is among the winners announced for the International Glass Prize 2012.
The process of annealing is to heat a material (normally metal or glass) and allow it to cool slowly, in order to remove internal stresses and toughen it.
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.
Seven diverse craft makers from around Scotland have been awarded prizes in the 2012 craft&design Selected Awards.
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.
Three glass artists from across the world have been honoured in the Warm Glass UK Glass Prize 2012 after a record number of entries.
A group of final year students of Three Dimensional Design at Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University Aberdeen, are using a crowdfunding platform to raise funds for a trip to New Designers, London.
Twenty-four glass artists have now been selected for Glass Games 2012: a desire, a dream, a vision, including Scottish based makers Rachel Elliott, Siobhan Healy and Keiko Mukaide.
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.
Siobhan Healy has been announced as a finalist in the International Glass Prize 2012, a Triennale competition for arts, design and crafts
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.