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Fife Contemporary Art & Craft's (FCA&C) Craft Pods was recently displayed in Woodmill High School, Dunfermline. FCA&C hosted a student-focused Meet Your Maker event to coincide with the exhibition: giving pupils and staff at Woodmill High School in Dunfermline the opportunity to meet Grant McCaig, the maker behind the work on display. The renowned silversmith discussed his training and career as well as his process.
Renowned silversmith and jeweller Grant McCaig visited Woodmill High School, Dunfermline, on Friday 10 June 2016. The school pupils got to meet the maker of this year's Craft Pods exhibition: a selection of Grant's silver spoons and iron ‘cucharas’ which were on tour around Fife.
Sunday 22 March will see six accomplished makers demonstrate their work at Cambo Estate in Fife. Each maker will showcase their talents and offer visitors the chance to try their hand at a wide variety of craft, including weaving, silk painting, jewellery, ceramics and feltmaking.
Fife Contemporary Art & Craft will host a Meet Your Maker event at St Andrews Museum on Sunday 22 February. The event will offer a behind the scenes look at the work of two practicing jewellers, Andrew Lamb and Dorothy Hogg MBE.
Fife Contemporary Art & Craft will host a Meet Your Maker event at St Andrews Museum on Sunday 07 December. The event will offer visitors the chance to look behind the scenes at the work of two practicing ceramicists from different generations, Archie McCall and Dawn Youll.
Craft Scotland is pleased to present the ten venues that will be taking part in our Meet Your Maker 2014/15 programme.
On Saturday 07 and Sunday 08 September you can Meet Your Maker at St Andrews Museum, and see behind the scenes with Butter Wynd Pottery and textile maker Julia Complin.
Twelve projects including 'Back on the High Street' from Falkirk will compete in the final of TestTown, a business competition being run by Carnegie UK Trust.
This week's Friday film comes from textiles designer/maker Jan Shelley.
This weekend, visitors to St Andrews will have the chance to visit a new treat craft pop-up experience from Fife Contemporary Art & Craft in collaboration with Craft Scotland.
‘Clearing out my drawers’ is an exhibition of new and old work which celebrates the love of drawing, making and telling a good yarn.
This summer there are more than 70 chances to discover the magic of glass in’ Glass Games 2012,’ a nationwide Olympic-inspired programme of events that celebrates the skills of glass artists.
Fife Contemporary Art & Craft (FCA&C) have launched a ‘Treat’ wall for craft and design shopping website Supermarket Sarah.
Craft Scotland have rounded up regional funding deadlines for makers, which are approaching in January.
Following on from a season of spring Open Studio events, it’s now time for a fantastic range of summer Open Studios in Scotland.
Glass artist Keiko Mukaide will make a site specific installation at the 2011 Pittenweem Festival, to raise funds for the victims of the tsunami in Japan.
From Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th July, The Big Tent festival returns for its fifth anniversary.