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Friday, August 1, 2014

Textile Artist Morag MacPherson - Summer Dates

From Morag MacPherson

Dear All

August has come round a bit too quickly! However, no matter where you are in Scotland, there's an event to suit everyone - everywhere!

Craft Scotland's fantastic Summer Show during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival kicks off from Friday 1st August and runs until 23rd August at the White Stuff on George Street - see flier attached. A top notch mix of Scotland's best craft and design at affordable prices is not to be missed! I will be in residence to meet and chat on Tuesday 5th and Wednesday 6th August. 

Closer to home I will open my studio doors from 1-4th August (11-5pm) for the best arts and craft event with a great community spirit - the well established and hugely popular Kirkcudbright Arts and Craft Trail. Now in its 12th year and going strong, year on year, this single event now brings in thousands of people from all over UK to see why Kirkcudbright is labelled 'the Artists Town'. Come and see for yourself! WASPS Artists Studios are Number 36 on the trail and you can also see more of my work with other WASPS Artists at the Lesser Town Hall Exhibition (downstairs left) - we are number 58 on the trail. There's more than plenty to see over 4 full days!

Lastly, my home town of Glasgow is hosting a small sports event that you may have heard about!! If you are in town for the Commonwealth games or just visiting this summer, check out one of its best kept secrets at theShop of Interest which will be stocking a special range of my scarves aswell as cushions. At the Finnieston end of Argyle Street, this street has everything from Glasgow's best bars and restaurants to quirky shops and delis - a must for any visitor and local alike. Find this little treasure trove at 1058 Argyle Street.

Thats more than enough to keep any arty crafty folks amused for the next few days and weeks! I hope to see you at an event soon

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