Summer Show 2018

3 Aug - 26 Aug 2018

Kate Trouw

A haven for design-lovers, our popular Summer Show returns to Edinburgh for August 2018. Makers now announced...  


White Stuff
Fringe Venue 205
Second Floor
89 George Street
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We are delighted to announce the 38 talented makers that have been selected for the Craft Scotland Summer Show 2018. This year, we asked industry-insiders Rosamund West (Editor-in-chief of The Skinny) and Lewis Smith (Sales & Retail Manager at Dundee Contemporary Arts) to select makers from the open call, alongside Craft Scotland’s Allyson Gee.

During the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the second floor of White Stuff, in Edinburgh’s city centre, will be transformed into a haven for design-lovers. This is your chance to discover contemporary design-led craft from 38 Scotland-based makers in one unique location.

You can shop curated handmade objects, including beautiful homewares, exquisite jewellery, stylish accessories and handcrafted gifts. Plus, participate in hands-on with our inspirational maker-led workshops.

Stay tuned more details to follow. Follow #edsummershow for live updates.

Selection Panel

Rosamund West is the Editor-in-chief of The Skinny. With a focus on everything from design to music and film, The Skinny offers a platform for emerging talent alongside an independent critical voice. Rosamund has a master’s degree in sculpture and art history, and she's passionate about growing awareness of Scottish art & design.

Lewis Smith is the Sales & Retail Manager at Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA). Alongside organising DCA's regular craft fairs, he curates the DCA Shop and works to source pieces from talented emerging and established independent makers.

Allyson Gee is the Project Assistant at Craft Scotland, she supports the development and delivery of our exhibitions and events. Previously, she managed Lesley Craze Gallery in London where she curated exhibitions by design icons such as Wendy Ramshaw and Nora Fok. Allyson’s academic background is in Jewellery & Silversmithing and the History of Collecting & Collections.

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