Lace craft in Scotland and its place in contemporary fashion and art is explored in an exhibition at the Dick Institute in Kilmarnock.
See & Buy
Visitors to the glasshouses at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh during August will find a surprise amongst the plants.
The first major UK show by Scottish artist and illustrator Johanna Basford, Wonderlands, has opened at Dundee Contemporary Arts.
Deceptively named after a large trough used by herring gutters, Farlin is an exhibition of collaborative new work by sixteen makers and makars from Fife and Shetland.
Raw Craft challenges how we live today through original and simple work by seven contemporary furniture designers.
Five international artists re-imagine the familiar traditions of Irish craft in the 21st century.
Roots to Shoots celebrates the talented young people who have benefited from a Dewar Arts Award over the past ten years.
Over the festive season a Gifted shop has opened at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh selling a selection of work by fourteen Scottish craft artists.
A new craft gallery at Inverness Museum & Art Gallery brings a chance to buy high quality craft by some of the Highland’s best craft artists.
When the wind is high is an exhibition of site specific textiles and printed luggage inspired by the weather by Laura Spring.