Opportunities to Connect 2018

Applied Arts Scotland is among the organisations taking part in the Opportunities to Connect 2018 conference being presented by Fife Contemporary to introduce new makers and craft & design graduates to Scottish arts organisations that offer support, funding and opportunities.

Applied Arts Scotland and Fife Cultural Trust training event

What does it take to make a great application? Come along and hear from makers who have done it themselves and can offer valuable insights and helpful tips.

Applied Arts Scotland and Craft Scotland training events

Your Brand and Online Selling What does your work mean to you and how do you present this to other people? In telling your story a customer can form an important emotional connection with your work that transforms them from being a ...

Hold the Date: Improve your branding, online sales and social media skills

    Applied Arts Scotland and Craft Scotland are working in partnership to deliver training sessions on branding, online selling and social media to inspire makers to make the most of their brand and online presence. Two ...

AAS anno 2013; a review and looking forward!

Last time this year, a call out was made for the new AAS Board members and some weeks later Bryony, Tom and myself sat down and selected the new Board, which was  appointed in January 2013. A lot has happened in what now seems ...

Roadshow: Inverness and Hawick coming up!

Next week our Board member jeweller and goldsmith Patty Niemann will speak at the third Roadshow venue at the GoNorth event, for which you can book here; only a few spaces left! It looks like an incredible line up of speakers and ...

AAS Roadshow: The Craft of Making event at the Lighthouse with SAU

On Wednesday this week this week, we had our first Roadshow event; ‘The Craft of Making’ event which was held at the Lighthouse, with a talk packed with information by the  SAU and a delightful talk by Fi Scott ...

AAS Roadshow

Applied Arts Scotland has been busy planning a series of events to come and talk to you about we think we should be doing and what we are working on just now, but also to come and hear what you would like see happen…    The ...

Update Applied Arts Scotland spring 2013

The Board has met twice now and has been busy putting a structure in place that will allow us to develop long term projects and establish a network across Scotland and the UK to represent makers and develop opportunities.   So what ...

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