This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Festival’s collaboration and friendship with the Slovenian Science Foundation
” I was very pleased to hear that an art exhibition, hosted by local Arts Collective Móti is taking place in the windows of various shops and houses along Stromness High Street”
Two projects in Orkney have been successful in applying for funding from Historic Environment Scotland (HES) as part of Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters.
With climate change now driving rapid sea-level rise, the team says the effects will not always be as simple as a forced human retreat from coasts.
In The Windows at the Northlight Gallery in Stromness until the 13th of November is work by Orcadian artist Martin Laird.
On 2nd of February 1883, the Bremen registered barque Charlotte left Antwerp bound for New York with a cargo of pig iron, steel wire and a large number of empty petroleum casks.
From the 31st October to 13th of November, the Northlight Gallery, Stromness will be exhibiting pictures of Njuggles by Martin Laird.
The exhibition will open on Saturday 29 February at the Shetland Museum and Archives, running until Sunday 17 May and is free to enter.
The Natural and Cultural Heritage Fund is led by Scottish Natural Heritage and is part funded through the European Regional Development Fund.