Read craft news from Scotland and around the world, features on craft people, places and projects, and updates from the Craft Scotland team.
Rebecca’s thoughts on the opening of Pandora’s Lightbox
The BBC and V&A have announced Handmade In Britain, a year-long season of programming that will be the “most wide-ranging and ambitious exploration of decorative arts ever to be undertaken on British television”.
Rebecca’s thoughts on the environmental impact of creativity
The Edinburgh International Book Festival was the latest setting for Edinburgh’s most recent site of guerrilla paper craft action.
On Monday, our #craftconnected keynote speaker Garth Johnson arrived in Scotland following what can only be described as an eventful trip from his home in Humboldt County, California.
Rebecca writes about attending award ceremony for the 2011 Starter for 6 Programme
Rebecca reflects on the opening of the Heirlooms exhibition at Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh
Chantal Balmer from Glasgow has been announced as the recipient of a £1,000 grant from Honda ‘Made in Britain’ initiative, for her continued development of commercial textiles and weave.
In a special blog post for craftscotland, jewellery maker Nicola Reed discusses her upcoming collaborative project ‘Re-worked’.
Maker Tom Hopkins-Gibson has been confirmed as a speaker at the Craft Scotland Craft Connected conference.
Rebecca writes about attending a live audio poetry trail of the Old Town with Artlink Edinburgh.
Lorraine Robson has recently been accepted into two international competitions.
Laura rounds up some of the stories that have caught her attention this week.
craftscotland have rounded up the craft exhibitions, events and workshops taking place in Scotland's capital during the Edinburgh Festivals season.