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Summer Show maker Ursula Hunter blogs about an exciting commision for New South Glasgow Hospital.
The Haining will introduce their annual programme of events for 2015 with a four-day Meet Your Maker event from 08 to 11 August 2014; offering visitors the chance for a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the practice of two textile makers: Julia Complin and Vicky Swales.
Can't make it to Edinburgh this August? Fear not, we have added a selection of Summer Show picks to our online collection on CultureLabel.com.
Craft Scotland presents a round-up of craft related events taking place in Edinburgh during the 2014 festivals season.
Alison Kinnaird has created two stained glass windows for a 13th Century Cathedral in the Scottish Highlands.
Visitors are made very welcome to Louise's studio in Kilmartin Glen in the heart of Argyll, where they will find a light, airy space filled with colours and the warm aroma of wool.
Make Works have travelled the country, visited as many makers, manufacturers, factories and suppliers as they could. Then they built a Directory of Scottish Industry, which is now available to browse.
Our opportunities round up this month includes our collaborations with Historic Scotland and the Scottish Storytelling Centre; we are offering makers the chance to create and take part in events with these organisations.
The Board of Craft Scotland are delighted to announce the appointment of Fiona Logue as CEO/Director of Craft Scotland.
The Scottish Fashion Awards announced the nominees for their ninth annual celebration of fashion. A number of Scottish craft making businesses have been nominated for the prestigious awards, including milliner William Chambers, accessories designer Karen Mabon and jeweller Jane Gowans.
Visitors to Dunoon Burgh Hall in Argyll are offered behind the scenes look at the practices of emerging jeweller Stefanie Cheong and the more established Susan Turmeau when the Burgh Hall host their second Meet Your Maker event for 2014.
In this guest blog ceramic artist Frances Priest writes about her trip to Uganda and the Bloomin' Rubbish Project which she will be taking to the Edinburgh International Book Festival this August.
Weft Blown, run by Ange Sewell, is a weaving and textile design studio based in West Kilbride, Craft Town Scotland.