Activism through craft at the Craftivism Bootcamp from Craft Scotland and the Craftivist Collective.

For those not in the know can you summarise what Craftivism is about in a few sentences? Very simply, craftivism is activism that uses craft as the medium to

Edinburgh’s mystery book sculptor has struck again, this time donating a paper sculpture named ‘Preparing To Fly’ to the offices of the Edinburgh UNESCO City of Literature Trust (EUCL).

Edinburgh’s mystery book sculptor has struck again, this time donating a paper sculpture named ‘Preparing To Fly’ to the offices of the Edinburgh UNESCO City of Literature Trust (EUCL).

Our featured maker this month is Fiona Byrne-Sutton, who creates earthy ceramic vessels with Scottish materials.

Fiona Byrne-Sutton creates earthy ceramic vessels with Scottish materials.

Mack Chairs by Method Studio outside Glasgow School of Art

The Mack Chair: Glasgow School Of Art And Method Studio

Textile designer Donna Smith in her studio. Donna has recently been appointed by Aberdeenshire Council to create a new iconic tartan for the region.

Donna Wilson - About usOriginally from Scotland, Donna runs a studio and workshop in London. Her hardworking team knit, sew, pack and send out products

Bracelet by Kate Tweddle - Emergents launches as a new organisation supporting craft in Scotland

Emergents: Nurturing Creative Talent And Careers

Celebrated Japanese bamboo sculptor Ueno Masao creates Scottish woodland work. Pictured with Lizzie Farey, photo Kim Ayres.

Pictured with Lizzie Farey, photo Kim Ayres.

Lucy Bissett from Museums Galleries Scotland with a Singer sewing machine dating from the 1920s

Lucy Bissett from Museums Galleries Scotland with a Singer sewing machine dating from the

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