The next show on in the windows of the Northlight Gallery Stromness is “Different Strands” by Karen Tweed.
The University of Aberdeen’s Zoology Museum which turned 50 on December 17 has launched a Memories Project to gather the recollections of visitors over the decades as part of a year-long programme of celebrations.
“We Woke And The World Was Different”
The current exhibition in The Northlight windows, Stromness is the work of Orkney artist Diana Leslie.
“Uncertain times very much lead to ‘necessity being the mother of invention.’”
Gallery owner Cary Welling hopes that residents will take the opportunity to see (at a safe distance from each other) beautiful prints, paintings, ceramics, glass and a sound installation.
“In a strange way, the constraints of lockdown have encouraged us to think innovatively about education and public engagement” Professor Frank Rennie, Lews Castle UHI
For the month of August 2020, the Tsukure Hub on Ayr High Street will be given over to a space and science fiction exhibition organised by
A virtual exhibition Safekeeping – Protecting What is Valued will open on June 9 and has been developed by the University of Aberdeen’s Museum Studies class of 2019-20.
“The Life and Times of Orcadian Artist Jim Baikie” runs from February 8-29. The Orkney Museum is open Monday to Saturday, 10:30-12:30, 13:30-17:00. Admission is free.