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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 ...

Blog posts and news

Apologies if you have been checking out our blog lately and have found some unsavoury content. One of our guest bloggers’ account has been hacked and spam content, some of which was offensive had been posted. All content has now ...

Board Members

Yesterday we met to select six makers from a strong list of thirteen submissions, each with impeccable credentials but could only opt in six so we spent a good few hours discussing the merits of each candidate and ensuring that the ...

May we wish you all and delightful, creative and prosperous 2013!

As you may know, Applied Arts Scotland is going through a new phase and in December 2012 we launched the call for new members to join the current Applied Arts Scotland Board, the deadline for which is today. A good selection of ...

Applied Arts Scotland seeks new Board Members.

Applied Arts Board members and their Advisory Board have been planning the next phase of AAS for 2013/14. Our first mission is to recruit a new Board as some Board members are standing down and we are seeking six more Board members to ...

AAAS and SAU petition

AAS will be working closely with the SAU to highlight and improve makers issues. There is currently an SAU putting forward a petition for Creative Scotland; If you feel like it, please add your name.

A new phase…

Applied Arts has been active online over the last few years through this blog mainly and through email campaigns. AAS is now going through a new phase again. Alison Macleod, who has kept Applied Arts Scotland going over the last few ...

Applied Arts Scotland needs your HELP!

Applied Arts Scotland’s primary objective has always been to enable free communication amongst those involved in craft. With the event of social networking is the necessity for face to face get togethers over? Help Applied Arts ...

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