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Scotland: Craft & Design Pavilion Film

The Scotland: Craft & Design pavilion at London Design Fair in September 2016 championed the energy, innovation and talent in the Scottish craft sector. Scottish makers are creating exceptional pieces of craft by embracing new digital technologies alongside traditional methods. Working in partnership, Craft Scotland and Emergents have created this pavilion to present the very best in contemporary Scottish craft and design.

Twenty-two emerging and established designer/makers from across Scotland were selected by an industry panel to take part in the Scotland: Craft & Design pavilion. Each maker’s exceptional work covers a broad range of techniques and processes, and demonstrates the breadth and quality of the sector.  

Visitors can discover a curated collection of ceramics, lighting, jewellery, glass, furniture, textiles, and more. Drawing from its rich heritage, Scotland cultivates a pioneering spirit within its creative industries and encourages each maker to develop a strong unique voice. 

Enjoy our film above of the event, created by MangoMultimedia


Upcoming Craft Scotland Events

Following on from the success of our Scotland: Craft & Design pavilion, Craft Scotland have more exciting projects this autumn/winter.

A selection of our Craft Scotland Summer Show makers are now showing their work at the Biscuit Factory in Newcastle. Covering everything from unique jewellery and handcrafted lighting to porcelain vessels and washable paper baskets; the exhibition runs until early January 2017.

December 2016 brings a craft showcase with Visual Arts Scotland (VAS) featuring James Rigler, Dawn Youll and Susan O’Byrne. Read more about the showcase.

Craft Scotland has been specially invited by the American Craft Council to bring a country showcase to their flagship Baltimore show. Visitors can see quality contemporary craft from 20 Scottish makers on Friday 24 to Sunday 26 February 2017. Delve into the full list of makers.

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