Read craft news from Scotland and around the world, features on craft people, places and projects, and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
Artlands North is an online, interactive map showcasing the wealth and diversity of art and craft in the north of Scotland.
Read Natasha's blog on her visit to XpoNorth, Scotland's Leading Creative Industries Festival.
Artist and botanist map seven habitats to create stunning ceramics and promote environmental tourism on Raasay.
At the start of next year Craft Scotland will be back on the road to deliver a series of roadshows across Scotland. Makers are invited to join us in five locations at the end of January and early February.
Twilling Tweeds is a cross-cultural initiative set up by Scottish Pakistani designer Adil Iqbal, connecting the weavers of the Outer Hebrides, Scotland, with female embroiderers of Chitral, Pakistan.
Thirteen emerging and established fashion designers and jewellers from the Highlands and Islands of Scotland will be showcasing their work in Covet at Craft Central in London from 14-18 October 2014.
During the coming weeks, internationally acclaimed glass artists will converge on North Lands Creative Glass in Lybster for a conference and series of master classes entitled The Place and The Work.
Alison Kinnaird has created two stained glass windows for a 13th Century Cathedral in the Scottish Highlands.
Earlier in 2014 we partnered with Applied Arts Scotland to deliver two training events provided specifically for the craft sector. Videos of the nine speaker presentations from the events are now available to watch online.
The Two:8 collective is a new independent artists, designers, makers and creative industries building housed over two floors at 28 Church Street in the heart of Inverness' old town.
Tickets are now available for two training events designed specifically for craft makers. Craft Scotland and Applied Arts Scotland are working in partnership to deliver the two sessions in Edinburgh and Inverness.
Applied Arts Scotland and Craft Scotland are working in partnership to deliver training sessions on branding, online selling and social media to inspire makers to make the most of their brand and online presence.
Emergents are taking makers to showcase their work at prestigious trade show in London in January 2014.
An Talla Solais (Visual Arts Ullapool) unveiled their Earth, Fins & Fire sculpure today.
On 07 and 08 September 2013 you can Meet Your Maker at Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, and see behind the scenes with jewellers Naomi McIntosh and Nicola Turnbull.
Emergents is a new organisation supporting craft, fashion and textiles in the Highlands and Islands.
The future of two popular Scottish craft firms and a prominent agency have sadly become uncertain in the current economic climate.
For the first in our series on Scottish craft people and places whose work closely ties in with the Year of Natural Scotland, we take a look at fibre artist Joanne B Kaar.
The Scottish Mentoring Network held its annual conference on Wednesday 07 November 2012 in St Paul’s & St George’s Church in Edinburgh.
Maker Joanne B Kaar has been announced as the recipient of the 2012 Spring Fling & Wigtown Book Festival Residency.