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The Barony Centre will host a Meet Your Maker event on Saturday 07 and Sunday 08 February 2015. The event, running parallel to their exhibition of works from the Incorporation of Goldsmiths' 'Silver of the Stars' collection and Millenium Collection for Bute House, will offer drop-in workshops by two of the exhibiting makers, Roger Millar and Marion E Kane, alongside two graduate jewellers, Jane Harrison and Merlin Planterose.
Culzean Castle will host a Meet Your Maker event on Monday 13, Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 15 October, to coincide with their Big Draw event. During Meet Your Maker at Culzean Castle, visitors will have the chance to peek behind the scenes at the willow work of David Powell, and the stained glass creations of Sue Wilkinson.
Sheila Kerr is a jewellery designer/maker who specialises in the design and manufacture of precious metal jewellery. Sheila works from her Harbourside studio in Irvine, Ayrshire which overlooks Irvine bay.
Weft Blown, run by Ange Sewell, is a weaving and textile design studio based in West Kilbride, Craft Town Scotland.
Basketmaker Lise Bech appeared in an episode of the BBC's 'Flog It!' set on the West Coast of Scotland, which aired on Monday 09 December.
Emergents is a new organisation supporting craft, fashion and textiles in the Highlands and Islands.
As the summer sun begins to shine, Katie Lees has released a collection of silver and gem-set jewellery through her new online shop.
Edinburgh’s mystery book sculptor has made a dramatic comeback to celebrate the first Book Week Scotland.
A dedicated craft exhibition and activities centre has opened in West Kilbride, and launches with a touring exhibition from the Crafts Council.
The winners of the 2012 Creative Places Awards have been announced by Creative Scotland.
The 2012 Starter for 6 Main Programme is now open for applications.
Craft Town Scotland is one of three Ayrshire Businesses shortlisted in the “Rural Enterprise” category of this year’s Ayrshire Business Awards.
Artmag and Creative Scotland have announced a new partnership that will help promote Scottish visual arts to a wide audience.
For April 2011 Craft Scotland feature a whole town as our craft place – Craft Town Scotland, West Kilbride.