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Artlands North is an online, interactive map showcasing the wealth and diversity of art and craft in the north of Scotland.
At Orains, Fiona Page and Pieter van der Werf design and create fabulous interior design items and art pieces made with local sheep wool. The Orains studio is located on the West Coast in an area of outstanding scenic beauty and overlooks Loch Riddon and the Kyles of Bute.
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.
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.
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.
Throughout May and June Scottish Art School graduates showcase the cumulative efforts of their four years of study in unique student showcases.
Craft Scotland is pleased to present the ten venues that will be taking part in our Meet Your Maker 2014/15 programme.
As part of our series celebrating the Year of Natural Scotland, we take a closer look at Louise Oppenheimer whose tapestries are inspired by the landscape on the west coast of Scotland.
Yarn Bomb Bute is a project created by resident textile artist Angharad McLaren designed to decorate the Rothesay town centre with textiles.
Textile maker Sandi Kiehlmann and jeweller Yvonne Gilhooly will both be on hand at Burgh Hall Dunoon to demonstrate their craft and talk to visitors.
Emergents is a new organisation supporting craft, fashion and textiles in the Highlands and Islands.
Cove Park recently announced the recipients of the 2013 Craft Residencies programme.
Cape Farewell and An Tobar announce the launch of Bird Yarns, in partnership with an international community of knitters and textile artist Deirdre Nelson.
Following on from a season of spring Open Studio events, it’s now time for a fantastic range of summer Open Studios in Scotland.