Lotte sent me information about the current exhibition of her new work, at The Watermill Gallery in Aberfeldy.
SURF (Scotland’s Renewable Energy Forum) has planned a series of online events throughout Scotland from 20th of October to 3rd of November.
The current exhibition in The Northlight windows, Stromness is the work of Orkney artist Diana Leslie.
The organisers of Doors Open, the annual event where public and private buildings allow access, have a short survey for the public to complete.
As part of Black History Month Aberdeen University has put together a diverse programme of events, blogs, podcasts and talks will provide opportunities for the community to dig deeper, look closer, think bigger.
Orkney Shellfish Hatchery, part of the Cadman Capital Group’s Aquaculture Division, has announced its plans to produce clawed lobsters on land, as it takes delivery of its first lobster broodstock.
“Calling on the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to halt Highlands & Islands Airports Ltd’s Air Traffic Management Strategy Project to conduct an independent assessment of the decisions and decision-making process of the ATMS project.
Scottish crime writer Denise Mina is to receive the Great Scot Award at a virtual celebration by The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA.
The Sustainable Orkney Conference will be on for 6 weeks starting on 6th of October.
“Because of the current restrictions that you don’t need reminding about, we have created a virtual Open House so you can explore the Hall in 3D, fly in a Drone over the Hall, as well as examine some of the original documents about the building of the Hall.”