“Prehistoric Rock Art In Scotland – Archaeology Meaning and Engagement’ has been produced and published by Scotland’s Rock Art Project (ScRAP)”
This year Historic Environment Scotland have organized an on-line event to acknowledge the mid-winter solstice.
Orcadian images are amongst those shortlisted for Historic Environment Scotland’s (HES) Visions of Climate Heritage competition.
The model, available to view on Sketchfab, allows virtual visitors an immersive digital experience of the Neolithic settlement, including the opportunity to gain virtual access to House 7
“Climate change needs cultural change and cultural players are waiting to help, armed with powerful skills, resources and audiences.”
The HES Visions of Climate Heritage competition closes on Tuesday 30th November.
Photographs or artwork which reveal the impact of climate change on Scotland are required for a Visions of Climate Heritage competition
The talks, hosted by Community Archaeology Westray, begin at 7.30pm on Thursday, September 30, in the Graand Owld Byre, Westray.
A wonderful new exhibition has now opened at the newly refurbished visitor centre in the grounds of Arbroath Abbey
” this book is a love-letter to lighthouses, a paean of praise to their fidelity and continual presence in my life.” Donal S. Murray