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Watch our short film introducing jeweller Filipa Oliveira, who experiments with ancient and traditional techniques (such as filigree) to create contemporary pieces.
Watch our short film introducing jeweller Rosie Kimber, who works with a variety of media including precious metals, rough-cut stones, crystals and plastics.
Watch our short film introducing jeweller Anaïs Paulard, whose work is influenced by human experience and feelings.
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.
Can't make it to Edinburgh this August? Fear not, we have added a selection of Summer Show picks to our online collection on CultureLabel.com.
Visitors to Dunoon Burgh Hall in Argyll are offered behind the scenes look at the practices of emerging jeweller Stefanie Cheong and the more established Susan Turmeau when the Burgh Hall host their second Meet Your Maker event for 2014.
Our blog series introducing you to our Summer Show makers continues with a behind the scenes look at the work of jeweller Merlin Planterose, who walks us through the development of her Lady Grange Collection.
For the Craft Scotland Summer Show in London jeweller Mirka Janeckova is preparing a selection of porcelain and silver jewellery pieces from her 'White Collection'. In this blog she shows us how some of the pieces have been made.
In this blog (which forms part of our series to introduce our Summer Show makers) we hear from Nicola Morrison whose jewellery is inspired by Japanese cloth and paper.
A ceremonial mace, designed and made by jewellery and silversmithing students from Edinburgh College of Art, is to be presented to McGill University during their graduation ceremony in Montreal, Canada.
Our new collection is now available on CultureLabel.com. Many pieces are available through the Own Art scheme, making it more affordable than ever to start or build on your own unique collection of craft.
Fiona Hyslop, Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs, showed her support for craft makers by wearing a necklace and earrings by Edinburg-based jeweller Lorna Hewitt during her visit to Paris this week.
The art of Soldering for Jewellery Makers by Wing Mun Devenney is a comprehensive step-by-step guide to soldering.
The Scottish Collection, which launched today, is a partnership between Creative Scotland and CultureLabel, an online retail platform which brings together selected international art and design featuring original and limited edition contemporary artwork and craft.
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 Janet Archer’s first public appearance since starting in her role as Chief Executive of Scotland’s arts funding body earlier this month, she showed her support for craft makers by wearing a bangle and necklace by Christina Hirst.
Jane Gowans recently discussed her life and work as a jewellery designer on BBC Radio Scotland.
Jo blogs about the new VAS Annual Exhibition, which she visited with Fiona last week.
The Modern Craft Project is a quest to identify and support today’s modern craftsmen who want to take their work, their skills and themselves further.
Silver of the Stars, the collection of contemporary Scottish silverware created by some of the leading silversmiths in Scotland, winds up a year-long tour of Europe with an exhibition in Barcelona.