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The Scottish Arts Council is involved in developing contemporary crafts in Scotland by supporting crafts-based organisations, galleries, individual craftsmakers along with the devopment of audiences.

Find out more about the context and priorities for our support of crafts in Scotland or download the quick guide - crafts (pdf).

Structured Platinum & Diamond Ring; Georgia Wiseman

Jewellery in Scotland

Read about Craft practitioners involved in Jewellery that have enjoyed support from the Scottish Arts Council over the years

Hannah Louise Lamb

Read about Hannah Louise Lamb and her work with Jewellery

Marie-Josè van den Hout;photo by broad daylight

Crafts curators' day in Fife

Professor Dorothy Hogg MBE in conversation with Marie-Josè van den Hout, Director of Galerie Marzee, Nijmegen at a Crafts Curators' day at St Andrews in Fife...read more

Water Drop Series, Kiwon Wang; Photo: NY Times

New York 2009

Read about the Crafts Curators Professional Development trip to New York Spring 2009.


Tool Kit no5 2008, Simon Ward; Photo: Simon Ward

Funds - Find out about crafts-related funding for individuals and funding for organisations provided by the Scottish Arts Council.

Own Art logo    

Own Art - Learn more about the 0% art purchasing scheme for visual arts and crafts

Crafts information
* Context
* Priorities
* Crafts Publications
* Crafts press releases
* Own Art Scheme
See also
* Quick Guide - Crafts
* Craftscotland
* Showcase
* 1624 explore
* Contact us
* Funding information
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