Basketmaker Lise Bech appeared in an episode of the BBC's 'Flog It!' set on the West Coast of Scotland, which aired on Monday 09 December.
Monday evening saw the opening of Scotland's first Nespresso store on Edinburgh’s Multrees Walk, with an event featuring unique Scottish-designed couture.
The iconic medals for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games will be designed by award-winning maker and jeweller Jonathan Mathew Boyd.
Emergents are taking makers to showcase their work at prestigious trade show in London in January 2014.
Time To Shine, Scotland’s arts strategy for young people aged 0–25, was launched on Friday 08 November 2013 by Fiona Hyslop, Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs and Janet Archer, Chief Executive, Creative Scotland.
An Talla Solais (Visual Arts Ullapool) unveiled their Earth, Fins & Fire sculpure today.
As autumn is in full swing, Laura Spring has launched a new colourful weather-inspired collection through her new website and online shop.
Cabinet, Edinburgh Contemporary Crafts’ gallery space on Blair Street, is hosting a collection of Scottish contemporary craft as well as a small selection from makers further afield in this year’s winter exhibition.
One of Japan’s most celebrated environmental artists has begun work on a seven-metre long bamboo and willow sculpture in a Scottish nature reserve for Scotland’s newest arts festival.
A shortlist of just 30 has been selected from a record entry of 318 British projects in the Wood Awards 2013, the UK’s premier award scheme celebrating excellence in design in wood.
In September 2013 one of the world’s longest embroidered tapestries will be unveiled to the nation.
The Sewing Machine Collection and Singer archive at Clydebank Museum has been made a Recognised Collection of National Significance by Museums Galleries Scotland.
Spring Fling needs your help to showcase work from the finest of Dumfries and Galloway's artists and makers at special exhibitions in Newcastle, Glasgow and London.
The Tormore Forest in Skye is the centre of a new project involving the making of statement jewellery by local residents with jeweller Heather McDermott.
Award winning illustrator Astrid Jaekel is to create a series of back-lit window installations for Spring Fling and the Wigtown Book Festival using the traditional medium of papercut.
Nancy Elizabeth Fuller makes wood-fired ceramics in rural Aberdeenshire using locally sourced wood, and employs processes and techniques she learned in Japan.
Norma Duncan of Monifieth has put out a call for people to help beat the Guinness World Record attempt for the largest number of knitters knitting simultaneously.
Edinburgh’s mystery book sculptor has struck again, this time donating a paper sculpture named ‘Preparing To Fly’ to the offices of the Edinburgh UNESCO City of Literature Trust (EUCL).
Aberdeenshire Council joins forces with textile designer Donna Wilson to create a new tartan inspired by the area’s stunning natural and built environment.
Following the success of Knit your Own Scotland last year, Edinburgh-based designers Ruth Bailey and Jackie Holt have released Knit Your Own Britain.