Jewellery by Sandra Wilson An Applied Arts Scotland event in association with Interface to inform and inspire new ways of approaching material use for makers We are all keen to increase our environmental responsibility so we’ve invited a group of makers, academics and businesses to come and share their investigations and creations of more sustainable […]
Applied Arts Scotland is working with XpoNorth to offer a series of Critical Feedback Sessions. One of the hardest things a maker has to experience is getting feedback on their work. It is something we want to fuel our creative development, but all too often are very nervous about receiving. With a view to making […]
Sarah Rothwell, Curator Modern & Contemporary Design ©National Museums Scotland An Applied Arts Scotland event in association with National Museums Scotland In 2019 there is an exciting opportunity to discover more about the National Museums Collections. This is one of three highlighter tours of National Museums Collection Centre in Granton, Edinburgh with Sarah Rothwell, Curator, […]
The workshop will assist you to prioritise & refine your ideas & consider mentoring for your professional development. Part of AAS and Craft Scotland's Resilience Programme.
Fife Makers are welcomed to join AAS Board Members Stefanie Cheong and Garvin Sealy for Fife making chat.
Led by AAS Advisors textile artist Alison Bell and jeweller Ann Marie Shillito this is an informal get-together for well established, experienced and mature makers to chat about what matters to them now and developing their creative practice. First Friday of each month, at 10.30-11.30 am. More info.
The workshop will encourage you to foster new ideas, skills and ways of working to develop your practice. It is part of AAS and Craft Scotland's Resilience Programme.
Workshop for AAS Members only on creating exciting video content by Simon Mills photographer and film maker.
'EL SONIDO QUE MUEVE EL MUNDO: un celular y un pájaro (THE SOUND THAT MOVES THE WORLD: a cell phone & a bird)', Procoro Ruiz (Bii Dauu Collective), Lynne Hocking-Mennie & Dalila Cruz, photographer: Lynne Hocking-Mennie
As part of our Rethinking our Rhythms programme AAS Members are invited to connect with other makers on the last Friday of each month, at 10.30-11.30 am. This is a chance to discuss and share thoughts and ideas. More info.