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We bring you a guest blog post from jewellery maker Megan Adair.
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Emma visited Dumfries and Galloway as they prepared for Spring Fling 2011
Scottish ceramics maker Lorraine Robson has been selected to exhibit in the 3rd International Triennial of Silicate Arts.
Ceramicist Jenny Pope is participating in this year’s 3 Harbours Arts Festival.
Inspired by the beauty and sentiment of old photographs, Zoe Duthie has launched a new interactive design project called 'Jewellery with a Story.'
A few months ago I heard about a new initiative at Coburg House Studios, where soon-to-be-married couples have the opportunity to make their own wedding rings.
Makers in Dumfries and Galloway this weekend open their doors for the annual Spring Fling.
Brazen Studios is the only Scottish jewellery boutique to be recognised at this year’s UK Jewellery Awards.
Scottish maker Deirdre Nelson has created a special collection based on the question “Do you have a favourite word?”
A ceramicist has represented Scottish craft in the television programme ‘Show Me the Monet.’
As the summer draws closer we look at the shows that will feature the next wave of talented designer makers.
After months of planning and preparation, Craft Scotland presented eleven Scottish based makers at COLLECT 2011 at the beginning of the month.
Mhari McMullan, owner of Welcome Home, blogs for Craft Scotland about the opening of the new exhibition 234D at the CCA, Glasgow.
Designer/maker Laura Spring blogs about her experiences so far on her craft residency at Cove Park.
The results of the craft&design Selected Awards 2011 have been announced by craft&design magazine.
Our featured place for May 2011 is Timespan, the Museum and Arts Centre based in Helmsdale. We spoke to Nicola Henderson, Development Director of Timespan.
Honda have launched 'Made in Britain' - a new competition to help makers across the UK.
Craft Scotland have rounded up many of the craft events taking place especially for the Festival of Museums, 13-15 May 2011.
A new platform and space for Origin has been launched by the Crafts Council, supported by Nokia Design.