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.
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.
The future of two popular Scottish craft firms and a prominent agency have sadly become uncertain in the current economic climate.
Macmillan Cancer Support has launched a new fundraising event to raise money for people affected by cancer.
The Jewellery & Metal Design (JAMD) class of 2013 at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee, seek your help to kickstart their careers.
Edinburgh Contemporary Crafts has relocated, and now welcomes pledges to help create an innovative new craft space in Scotland's capital.
The jewellers at Vanilla Ink in Dundee smashed the target of their hugely successful crowdfunding campaign yesterday, enabling them to attend the UK’s most prestigious jewellery fair.
Dundee jewellery studio Vanilla Ink have launched a Kickstarter project to take Scottish craft to a prestigious event in London.
Judy Scott, a third year Textile Design student from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee, has been named the top new creative talent in the world at the grand final of the Society of Dyers and Colourists’ (SDC) annual International Design Competition.
As FourFront reaches its halfway mark, we bring you a guest blog post from Ginger Carlson, Exhibitions and Events Officer at Manchester Craft and Design Centre.
Craft makers and designers from around the UK were among those honoured in the New Year's Honours List 2013, including Scottish jeweller Sheila Fleet and textile designer Joyce Young.
The Modern Craft Project is a quest to identify and support today’s modern craftsmen who want to take their work, their skills and themselves further.
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.
A new publication featuring miniature woolly wonders aims to help you celebrate Scotland in all its glory.
Edinburgh’s mystery book sculptor has made a dramatic comeback to celebrate the first Book Week Scotland.
Edinburgh Zoo welcomes another giant panda duo, in the shape of two enormous knitted pandas.
The Scottish Mentoring Network held its annual conference on Wednesday 07 November 2012 in St Paul’s & St George’s Church in Edinburgh.
This weekend, Edinburgh’s newest artist studio hub opens its doors to the public for its first Open Studios event.
Fashion Foundry, a new initiative led by Cultural Enterprise Office in association with Wasps Studios, launched on Friday 14 September 2012.
Stained Glass Supplies is a new business combining the experiences of glass, knowledge and making of Peter Verrecchia and Steve Richard.