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Lagom Felt Studio is a textile art and craft gallery and supplies shop based in the Perthshire town of Crieff. It is also home to the working studio of feltmaker and artist, Tracy Markey.
We are back from a successful Summer Show in London. And with sunshine throughout the entire show, the words craft and summer turned out to be a perfect match.
Visitors to Dunoon Burgh Hall in Argyll can get a rare behind the scenes look at the practices of textile artist Sarah Sumsion and feltmakers Orains when the Burgh Hall host the first of their two Meet Your Maker events for 2014.
The Crafts Council would like to hear your views and ideas towards developing an education manifesto for craft and making in the UK.
The Scottish Potters Association (SPA) has compiled a new map of potters in Scotland who have studios open to the public.
Earlier in 2014 we partnered with Applied Arts Scotland to deliver two training events provided specifically for the craft sector. Videos of the nine speaker presentations from the events are now available to watch online.
Three weeks after a fire in the Mackintosh building caused devastation to student's works and destroyed the iconic library, the Glasgow School of Art degree show 2014 opened to the public, on Saturday 14 June.
The Craft Scotland Summer Show at Craft Central in Clerkenwell opened on Tuesday night with visitors admiring the work of 18 Scottish-based makers.
Visitors to Bonhoga Gallery at Weisdale Mill can get a rare behind the scenes look at the practice of ceramicist Bill Brown when Bonhoga host the first of their two Meet Your Maker events for 2014.
To coincide with our Summer Show in Edinburgh this August, we have partnered up with the Edinburgh International Book Festival on a series of Meet Your Maker events and workshops. With Charlotte Square Gardens just a stone's throw away from our Summer Show at White Stuff on George Street, what better way to spend a day in Edinburgh this August.
Our blog series introducing you to our Summer Show makers continues with a behind the scenes look at the work of jeweller Merlin Planterose, who walks us through the development of her Lady Grange Collection.
Our opportunities round up this month includes current vacancies with Craft Scotland: the Board of Craft Scotland is seeking to appoint a permanent Director/CEO for the organisation. We are also seeking a temporary supervisor for our Summer Show in Edinburgh, and are offering Early Bird prices for our 2014 conference.
The Board of Craft Scotland are seeking to appoint a permanent Director / CEO.
After a full year of careful consideration of proposals from across the country, a site in the Scottish Borders has been confirmed as the preferred option for a permanent home for The Great Tapestry of Scotland.
Dalmally Railway Station is a rather unique setting for a studio. The beautiful Victorian sandstone building is steeped in history and felt maker Liz Gaffney and her husband Graham have been restoring this beautiful building over the last two years.
For the Craft Scotland Summer Show in London jeweller Mirka Janeckova is preparing a selection of porcelain and silver jewellery pieces from her 'White Collection'. In this blog she shows us how some of the pieces have been made.
In this blog (which forms part of our series to introduce our Summer Show makers) we hear from Nicola Morrison whose jewellery is inspired by Japanese cloth and paper.
Teena Gould offers full day, half day or weekend bespoke workshops in mosaics from her studio in Kilbarchan, twelve miles south-west of Glasgow.
Cyan Clayworks is a specialist working ceramic studio in Edinburgh offering scheduled and bespoke courses for individuals and small groups.