“Now I find myself in a place where I must relearn to control my thoughts and sudden impulses, all whilst being careful not to constrict my creativity.”
Exploring Life in Orkney During the Witchcraft Trials
The Witch Experience runs from January through to March 2022, during which time participants will take part in several creative activities where they gradually get to develop a historical character.
Calling All Those in the Creative Sector
The findings of the survey will influence the development of the Islands Growth Deal’s ‘Creative Islands Wellbeing Programme
Celebrate the Best in Youth Arts & Creativity: #UNCON3
Children, young people, policy makers and anyone with an interest in children and young people’s rights are invited to join the conversation at UNCON 3.0
St Magnus Way: A Literary Pilgrimage
“In the Literary Pilgrimage project, we put out posters with texts by Orkney writers along the 55 mile pilgrimage route. The locations are chosen so that they fit with the text, and what you can see from there.”
The Joys Of Punctuation – Or – Mind The Stop!
“I realise that my use of punctuation is a bit wayward.”
Better Times Will Come
“This song started running around my head the day after Prine died, as I was doing laundry. It stayed with me through the dryer cycle, and I moved from my head to a notebook about ten minutes later.”
Music Maks A’ The Differ Tae Life
“Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy” (Beethoven)
The Lockdown Lore Collection Project
“We think it’s vitally important to document the grassroots cultural response to lockdown across Scotland and its digital landscapes”
Do modern movie critics dream of digital actors?
This is an article asking questions about changes in technology and how we watch and enjoy film and what it may mean for art.