he Orkney News has two online free events which you can visit wherever you live and both commence at 3pm.
The Orkney weekend runs over the 9th and 10th of September. Here’s what’s on in Orkney and some of the events are online so you can access them wherever you live.
This weekend sees the release of a short animated film about art called Doors Open, by Orcadian artist Martin Laird. The film was created for Doors Open Days 2022, supporting Scotland’s Year of Stories.
For week 3 of our short films as part of The Doors Open event, The Orkney News has crossed The Pentland Firth.
The Orkney News continues with its series of short films for Week 2 of the Doors Open events.
All the events are free on The Orkney News YouTube Channel. All the events go to a live chat at 10.30pm.
From Friday 2nd September there will be a series of livestreams and short films posted across social media and on The Orkney News YouTube Channel.
Doors Open 2021 features some excellent online presentations including this one from Orkney Library and Archive of Harvest times. It features contributions by Mary Bichan and Jim Laughton.
The 2021 Doors Open events are this year a mixture of online and in person events. There’s lots happening in Orkney and across Scotland.
The John Rae Society will hold two Open Days on 18th and 19th September, from 10 am until 4pm each day.