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Visitors to the Edinburgh International Science Festival 2013 have the opportunity to discover craft and visual art in new ways.
Edinburgh Contemporary Crafts has relocated, and now welcomes pledges to help create an innovative new craft space in Scotland's capital.
This is a guest post for Craft Scotland on a recent symposium at the Edinburgh College of Art by postgraduate students Rhona McCallum and Hazel Thorn.
Edinburgh’s mystery book sculptor has made a dramatic comeback to celebrate the first Book Week Scotland.
This weekend, Edinburgh’s newest artist studio hub opens its doors to the public for its first Open Studios event.
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh hosts an exhibition of craft and art made from a single oak.
In 2012, Dovecot Studios celebrates 100 years of contemporary tapestry with a year of events, exhibitions and collaborations.
Alison Kinnaird MBE was commissioned to create the Donor Window for the SNPG, which was recently opened by the Queen.
The Scottish Poetry Library and Edinburgh's UNESCO City of Literature Trust announce Paper Sculpture tour of Scotland.
As part of the New Designers Awards 2012, the Contemporary Glass Society awarded associate prizes and commendations to outstanding glass-work from new glass makers to watch, including two students from Scottish Universities.
Craft Scotland present a round-up of craft related events taking place in Edinburgh during the festivals season.
Cyan Clayworks is a newly established ceramic studio and teaching facility based in Edinburgh, setup by resident makers Fiona Thompson and Chris Donnelly.
This week we feature two films from Hidden Stories, the Heriot-Watt School of Textiles & Design Exhibition and Graduate Fashion Show.
Nationally renowned artists Kenny Hunter and Diane Maclean have been unveiled as the winners of a high profile competition to design new entrances onto Anchor Green, adjacent to the Scottish Seabird Centre.
The Wych Elm Project from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh was the subject of one of the first features I wrote for Craft Scotland (a mere few weeks into my role), and it was a fascinating article to write.
A number of UK attractions recorded increases in visitor numbers during 2011, according to figures from the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA)
Three Scottish museums have been selected for the Art Fund Prize 2012, the UK’s annual ‘museum of the year’ award.
Yesterday, it was revealed that The Scottish Poetry Library hope to host a display of the paper sculptures that have been found in Edinburgh.
A specially designed Edinburgh Zoo Panda Tartan was unveiled yesterday, connecting Burns Night and the Chinese New Year.
Craft Scotland have rounded up regional funding deadlines for makers, which are approaching in January.