Voices of Makers #2

Our Voices of Makers blog is a space to share experiences, information and ideas to support and inspire each other and is part of our Rethinking our Rhythms programme. Please tell us your stories & tips – get in touch via ...

AAS Friday Zoom Coffee Mornings for Members

AAS Zoom Coffee Morning10:30-11:30, last Friday of every month As part of our #RethinkingourRhythms programme, we’d like to invite AAS Members to connect with other makers on the last Friday of every month at our Zoom Coffee ...

Voices of Makers #1

Carol Sinclair, AAS Chair and ceramicist, introduces our new ‘Voices of Makers’ blog, part of the Rethinking our Rhythms programme, and shares her feelings. Rethinking your rhythms is something we are all doing right now ...

Sharing the Voices of Makers: Tell Us Your Experiences

‘We are makers and what we’re feeling is the same as our Members’Carol Sinclair, Chair, AAS To create our new Revising our Rhythms newsletter we began by asking our Board to share their individual experiences and talk about what they ...

AAS Launches Support for Makers with new ‘Rethinking our Rhythms’ Programme

We have all felt overwhelmed at some stage over the past few weeks due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting constant and dramatic changes in our lives and concerns over the health and wellbeing of family and friends. We really ...

Role of Sustainability, Identity & Collaboration in the Future of Making

In July our International craft symposium Old stories, new narratives will bring together makers, designers and the craft community to consider sustainability, identity and collaboration in their broadest terms and what they mean for ...

AGM Celebrates Remarkable Year for AAS

“It has been a phenomenal year for Applied Arts Scotland” were the opening words from AAS chair and ceramicist Carol Sinclair as she welcomed Members to the 2019 AAS Annual General Meeting at Edinburgh Printmakers, and as news was ...

AAS Launch International Exchanges Project

Applied Arts Scotland announces the launch this week of an international exchange project comprising three international residencies bringing together makers from Mexico, Canada, Thailand and Scotland who will create new collaborative ...

Make Your Mark on a Manifesto for Craft in Scotland

Calling all makers! Get involved in shaping the future of craft in Scotland by signing up to the MAKE Manifesto and / or taking part in MAKE | HAPPEN, a special one-day workshop. Over the past two years Panel has been working with ...