Read craft news from Scotland and around the world, features on craft people, places and projects, and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
First up in our Handcrafted Christmas blog series is the National Museum of Scotland Gift Collection. To mark the reopening of the new galleries at the National Museum of Scotland, six Scottish makers created brand new ranges inspired by the exhibits.
Come and celebrate Scottish design with the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design and our Meet Your Maker programme.
What to do with all those leftover craft materials? Here's our handy guide to ten places to responsibly recycle and dispose of your studio waste in Scotland.
Let's take the first step in your sustainable journey as a maker by looking at renewable or locally sources materials…
Small changes in your practice can add up to big changes for the environment. Check out our six point checklist to see how green your materials are...
Jude Barber’s Wasps exhibition and gift calls on politicians to recapture post-war optimism and put architecture back at the heart of Scottish life.
Being authentically green is good for you, the earth and builds fans. Our Make It Green brings you Andy Stirling Robertson's thoughts on going against the grain and wholeheartedly embracing green making.
Nature benefits, and so does your business. Our Make It Green series outlines all the benefits of embracing sustainablity.
Silver, Gold and now Green! Our Make It Green series brings you Ruth Hollywood's story of applying green thinking to her jewellery practice.
Thinking about embracing green practices in your craft? Our Make It Green blog series brings you insightful makers' stories, helpful hints and tips, and introduces the Green Crafts Initiative.
Head to the rustic countryside of Dumfries & Galloway for Scotland's premier art and craft open studios event. Visit the studios over 90 talented makers, visual artists and designers from Saturday 28 to Monday 30 May 2016.
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.
Elin's studio is located in Stirling, which can easily be reached from both Glasgow and Edinburgh. Elin runs a variety of glassblowing courses, from short taster sessions to half and full day workshops.
Scottish-based glass artist Jeff Zimmer has been awarded the second prize in the prestigious Coburg Prize for Contemporary Glass. Jeff will be showing his work with Craft Scotland later in the year at SOFA Chicago.
The winner of our photography session with Shannon Tofts, Cressa McLaren, uses her prize to showcase her new work and promote her upcoming exhibition.
Continuing our series of 'behind the scenes' updates from our Craft Scotland Summer Show makers, we bring you photographs from Julia Linstead and Kathryn Hinton as they get ready for the show.
In the run up to the Craft Scotland Summer Show, we bring you the first 'behind the scenes' images of our makers as they prepare for the show.
Eleven groups from across Livingston took part in ‘Life is for Livingston’, a Heritage Lottery‐funded project which was managed by Community Arts and Archives Services.
The so called 'Angels' Share’ is a whisky legend. A world-renowned Stirlingshire glass-maker and his daughter have launched a new craft business which pays homage to this whisky fable.