News, blog posts, press releases and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
Thanks for all your Tweets, Instagram and Facebook posts about this year’s Summer Show in Edinburgh. Here’s our round-up celebrating the show.
Craft Scotland is one of 38 organisations that contributed and signed off on a briefing paper that was circulated around all Members of the Scottish Parliament. In the paper, the Culture Counts Steering Group urges MSPs to promote and protect the value of culture through a constitutionally-agreed statement of principles.
As part of the Peebles Arts Festival, The Chambers Institution (a complex of buildings encompassing the Tweeddale Museum and Gallery) will host a Meet Your Maker event over two Saturdays in August; offering visitors a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the practice of an established willow artist: Toni Coyle.
Craft Scotland presents Bloomin' Rubbish - a free drop-in event for children at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. It will take place on Saturday 16 August 2014 from 11.30am to 3.30pm.
To celebrate a successful start to the Edinburgh Summer Show, we bring you a short film featuring scenes from our preview evening and a taster of the craft that is on show.
Throughout our Summer Show in White Stuff on George Street, Edinburgh, we will be running a competition across our social media platforms for participants to win a piece of craft each week.
The Haining will introduce their annual programme of events for 2015 with a four-day Meet Your Maker event from 08 to 11 August 2014; offering visitors the chance for a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the practice of two textile makers: Julia Complin and Vicky Swales.
Visitors are made very welcome to Louise's studio in Kilmartin Glen in the heart of Argyll, where they will find a light, airy space filled with colours and the warm aroma of wool.
The Board of Craft Scotland are delighted to announce the appointment of Fiona Logue as CEO/Director of Craft Scotland.
Visitors to Dunoon Burgh Hall in Argyll are offered behind the scenes look at the practices of emerging jeweller Stefanie Cheong and the more established Susan Turmeau when the Burgh Hall host their second Meet Your Maker event for 2014.
Weft Blown, run by Ange Sewell, is a weaving and textile design studio based in West Kilbride, Craft Town Scotland.
Lagom Felt Studio is a textile art and craft gallery and supplies shop based in the Perthshire town of Crieff. It is also home to the working studio of feltmaker and artist, Tracy Markey.
We are back from a successful Summer Show in London. And with sunshine throughout the entire show, the words craft and summer turned out to be a perfect match.
Visitors to Dunoon Burgh Hall in Argyll can get a rare behind the scenes look at the practices of textile artist Sarah Sumsion and feltmakers Orains when the Burgh Hall host the first of their two Meet Your Maker events for 2014.
The Scottish Potters Association (SPA) has compiled a new map of potters in Scotland who have studios open to the public.
The Craft Scotland Summer Show at Craft Central in Clerkenwell opened on Tuesday night with visitors admiring the work of 18 Scottish-based makers.
Visitors to Bonhoga Gallery at Weisdale Mill can get a rare behind the scenes look at the practice of ceramicist Bill Brown when Bonhoga host the first of their two Meet Your Maker events for 2014.
To coincide with our Summer Show in Edinburgh this August, we have partnered up with the Edinburgh International Book Festival on a series of Meet Your Maker events and workshops. With Charlotte Square Gardens just a stone's throw away from our Summer Show at White Stuff on George Street, what better way to spend a day in Edinburgh this August.
The Board of Craft Scotland are seeking to appoint a permanent Director / CEO.
Dalmally Railway Station is a rather unique setting for a studio. The beautiful Victorian sandstone building is steeped in history and felt maker Liz Gaffney and her husband Graham have been restoring this beautiful building over the last two years.