News, blog posts, press releases and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
Craft Scotland announce an exciting new Summer Show that will run for the duration of August in the centre of Scotland’s capital.
We are delighted to announce the latest appointment to the Craft Scotland team, following a competitive call for applications.
Craft Scotland was invited by Creative Scotland to be part of their presence at VisitScotland expo, held at the SECC Glasgow on 17 and 18 April 2013
Selected is a new selling exhibition which will celebrate contemporary Scottish craft and design.
It’s been another busy month at Craft Scotland as, through flurries of snow, we continue to develop our programme of events and campaigns for 2013/14.
On the morning of Saturday 23 March I made my way through a snowy Hyde Park to “Manifesto for Making”, the spring conference of the The Heritage Crafts Association at the V&A.
Read about our exciting month of new projects, developments, appointments and the arrival of a special baby.
Jo blogs about the new VAS Annual Exhibition, which she visited with Fiona last week.
Craft Scotland are pleased to announce their participation at SOFA Chicago in November 2013.
We are delighted to introduce the new Craft Bench, which met for the first time this week.
For 2013, we will bring you a monthly update from the whole team here at Craft Scotland, to keep you informed of the work we are doing to make connections and create opportunities for Scottish Craft.
Following a competitive response to our call for a Craft Scotland Business Manager and Online Assistant in October 2012, we are delighted to now announce the appointment of these positions.
Our final craft film of 2012 is a festive treat from U900, the amigurumi duo from Japan.
Following on from last month’s update where I urged you to connect with Craft Scotland in as many ways as possible, I’m delighted to share some of our plans for the coming twelve months.
Since August 2012, the GiftED exhibition has given library visitors in Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow, Dunfermline, Edinburgh, and visitors to the Wigtown Book Festival the opportunity to see the famous paper craft sculptures donated by a mysterious artist to literary locations in Edinburgh.
This friday we feature a film looking at maker Urpu Sellar.
Emma's November 2012 update on making connections with Craft Scotland.
This week's Friday film comes from textiles designer/maker Jan Shelley.
After a short break, our Friday film series continues with a look at Angela Pointon.
This weekend, visitors to St Andrews will have the chance to visit a new treat craft pop-up experience from Fife Contemporary Art & Craft in collaboration with Craft Scotland.