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The Jewellery & Metal Design (JAMD) class of 2013 at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee, seek your help to kickstart their careers.
The jewellers at Vanilla Ink in Dundee smashed the target of their hugely successful crowdfunding campaign yesterday, enabling them to attend the UK’s most prestigious jewellery fair.
Dundee jewellery studio Vanilla Ink have launched a Kickstarter project to take Scottish craft to a prestigious event in London.
Judy Scott, a third year Textile Design student from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee, has been named the top new creative talent in the world at the grand final of the Society of Dyers and Colourists’ (SDC) annual International Design Competition.
Ignite is a 10 day celebration of creativity and culture across Dundee, Angus and Fife.
Creative platform Vanilla Ink has launched an online shop showcasing award-winning jewellery designers from across the UK.
A further £1.75 million of Government funding has been committed to the V&A at Dundee over the next three years.
The 2012 Starter for 6 Main Programme is now open for applications.
In a special blog post for craftscotland, jewellery maker Nicola Reed discusses her upcoming collaborative project ‘Re-worked’.
A new Scottish platform for jewellery designers and graduates has been launched.
Artmag and Creative Scotland have announced a new partnership that will help promote Scottish visual arts to a wide audience.
James Donald takes us through a week in his life as a weaver, teacher, and craft retailer.
Inspired by the beauty and sentiment of old photographs, Zoe Duthie has launched a new interactive design project called 'Jewellery with a Story.'
As the summer draws closer we look at the shows that will feature the next wave of talented designer makers.
This May, two initiatives are helping to put craft in the spotlight across the UK.
Kengo Kuma has been announced as the winner of the V&A at Dundee project.
The Victoria and Albert Museum, the world's largest museum of design and decorative arts, is to open a Scottish branch in Dundee.
Jo visits the Duncan of Jordanstone Degree show
The full programme of Craft Festival Scotland events for May and June 2010 has now been launched.
Craft Scotland has been awarded Craft Festival Scotland contract