News, blog posts, press releases and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
Rebecca's experience on a recent live audio craft trail
William Morris once said “Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.” The Dovecot in Edinburgh is certainly living by this rule as it plays house for the Scottish Furniture Makers Association (SFMA) exhibition.
Angus Ross will feature in the Craft Scotland showcase at the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show
After weeks of preparation and population, the new Craft Scotland website is ready to launch in beta.
Laura is back from a short holiday with a bumper round up of Scottish craft news stories.
A roundup of Craft Scotland's first conference - Craft Connected
Craft Scotland is going on the road during September to introduce makers across Scotland to their new website.
Rebecca’s thoughts on the opening of Pandora’s Lightbox
Rebecca’s thoughts on the environmental impact of creativity
On Monday, our #craftconnected keynote speaker Garth Johnson arrived in Scotland following what can only be described as an eventful trip from his home in Humboldt County, California.
Rebecca writes about attending award ceremony for the 2011 Starter for 6 Programme
Rebecca reflects on the opening of the Heirlooms exhibition at Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh
Maker Tom Hopkins-Gibson has been confirmed as a speaker at the Craft Scotland Craft Connected conference.
Rebecca writes about attending a live audio poetry trail of the Old Town with Artlink Edinburgh.
Laura rounds up some of the stories that have caught her attention this week.
In advance of the grand opening, Laura attended a special preview of the new National Museum of Scotland.
We are pleased to announce Lauren Currie, Co-founder and Director of Snook, as a keynote speaker for Craft Connected.
Rebecca writes about her experience at the AMA Conference 2011
Following the announcement last week that Craft Scotland will be hosting our first conference in August at the Collins Gallery, we are now delighted to announce our Conference Chair.
Laura blogs about the Arts Marketing Association Conference