News, blog posts, press releases and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
Craft Scotland, in partnership with LifeScan Scotland, a member of the Johnson & Johnson family of companies, wish to commission a new piece of sculpture for the LifeScan Inverness based campus.
Rachel on a recent visit to see craft meet words at the 'Poetry Beyond Text' exhibition at the Scottish Poetry Library.
Emma visited Dumfries and Galloway as they prepared for Spring Fling 2011
A few months ago I heard about a new initiative at Coburg House Studios, where soon-to-be-married couples have the opportunity to make their own wedding rings.
After months of planning and preparation, Craft Scotland presented eleven Scottish based makers at COLLECT 2011 at the beginning of the month.
Rebecca's response to the close of Conserving Ecologies and the extension to her contract.
To mark Creative Scotland’s decision to continue its support of craftscotland’s Audience Development Officer position, Emma considers the semantics.
For 2011 Craft Scotland created a new opportunity for Scottish makers who wanted to know more about COLLECT.
Rebecca Davis, who joined Craft Scotland from Take Art in March 2010 on a 12 month fixed term contract, will remain in post and continue to develop audiences for craft in her inimitable style.
BBC Radio Scotland today interviewed Craft Scotland CEO Emma Walker and Product Artist Geoffrey Mann.
Rachel McCrum discusses the first year of her PhD studentship for Craft Scotland and the University of St Andrews
After a pilot pop-up stall at the last Letham Nights I am pleased to say that the craft shop will be back for the next event this Friday.
After being invited to participate in the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) Craft Show’s Guest Country programme, Craft Scotland are delighted to announce the 25 Scottish based makers who will be taking part in the event this November.
Craft Scotland and the Collins Gallery are delighted to announce the chair and new keynote speakers for the Unite: makers day on the16th April.
It seems like a long time ago that we took the train down from St Andrews to Edinburgh for the Craft and Biodiversity symposium.
Craft Scotland, the world’s first audience development agency for craft, needs your views to help support craft makers across Scotland.
Melanie summarises her experiences of the Visual Arts Scotland exhibition.
Following an excellent response to a call for submissions, thirty-eight makers have been selected by a panel to participate in the unite exhibition.
Rebecca’s reflections on the cause, effect and cure for a hectic craft week