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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

The Voice of the Makers

Dear Maker

Applied Arts Scotland (AAS) was set up to give a voice to the professional needs of the sector.  AAS has a voluntary Board made up of professional makers living and working in Scotland.  We are considering a variety of opportunities to develop and support the sector, including discussion forums, events, encouraging collaboration, and professional development activities such as intern and apprenticeships and the development of accredited standards.

To represent, develop and deliver on behalf of the professional makers in Scotland we need your views.  Please take part in this short survey and also forward the weblink  on to other makers to encourage them to give their views.  AAS will publish overall findings and the survey gives you the option to be contacted directly to give further input, and to register on our new website to get regular updates.  

Image credit: Erik Almas' Land Surveyor series

The survey closes on 23 June so please do give your views by clicking on the weblink here:

There are also some great wee videos on the Applied Arts Scotland resource page, covering online selling and social media.. one featuring Spring Fling jeweller Alison MacLeod - have a look-see here

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