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Crafts projects and articles

Through funding imaginative projects we enable organisations and individuals to bring audiences here the best contemporary craftwork - whether from Scotland or abroad.  Browsing through the articles and reviews below will provide a taste of recent activity throughout Scotland.

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.

Scarves by Louise Kirby

Origin: The London Craft Fair 2008

Read about Origin: The London Craft Fair 2008 which took place in October 2008 at Somerset House in London.

vessel object, copper mesh, enamel, Christine Graf; Photo:Yoko Izawa

Crafts Curiotrial Professional Development

Read about the visit by Crafts Curators to The International Crafts Fair in Munich 29 February - 3 March 2008. 

An Tobar, Mull; Courtesy An Tobar

An Tobar's 10th anniversary

Read about the special events taking place at the Tobermory Arts Centre.

Walter Keeler 'Cut-Branch Teapot' 2005; Photo: Dewi Tanatt Lloyd

Collect 2007 - international art fair for contemporary objects

Read about the visit by Crafts Curators in Scotland.

*Origin 2008
*Munich 2008
*An Tobar's 10th anniversary
*Collect 2007
*New York 2009
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