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A further £1.75 million of Government funding has been committed to the V&A at Dundee over the next three years.
Yesterday, it was revealed that The Scottish Poetry Library hope to host a display of the paper sculptures that have been found in Edinburgh.
As the first month of 2012 draws to a close, there are already many achievements to reflect on and countless opportunities to explore for the rest of the year.
This Friday our featured film is another from the BBC website, and features men and women who chat, eat cake, and knit in Glasgow's public spaces.
Timespan Museum in Helmsdale is the latest ‘adoptee’ in a new project aimed at helping people to discover new museums.
A specially designed Edinburgh Zoo Panda Tartan was unveiled yesterday, connecting Burns Night and the Chinese New Year.
The winners of the 2012 Creative Places Awards have been announced by Creative Scotland.
For the second in our blog series on craft films, we look at a piece made for the recent ‘Power of Making’ exhibition.
A unique work of art by Ullapool maker Allison Weightman was unveiled at LifeScan Scotland’s Beechwood premises on 17 January 2012, following a year of planning, designing and making.
It’s time to vote for your favourite craft makers participating in the 2012 craft&design Selected Awards.
In the first of a new series of blog posts looking at craft in film, we bring you a film on Andrea Williamson’s Shetland studio from which she runs her textile business.
A Scottish weaver who helped to raise the profile of Harris Tweed has been named in the New Year Honours List.
Craft Scotland have rounded up regional funding deadlines for makers, which are approaching in January.