Described in the Saga as: ‘the greatest man the western world has ever seen in ancient and modern times’- this is part of his story.
Orcadian artist Martin Laird and writer Fiona Grahame will be at the J.Gow Distillery shop, Lamb Holm on Saturday, 16th of October, where their book ‘Rebel Orkney’ is on sale.
Photographs or artwork which reveal the impact of climate change on Scotland are required for a Visions of Climate Heritage competition
Rain and strong southerly winds over Orkney. Maximum temperature 13 °C.
Maximum temperature 15 °C.
The exhibition includes frames of an animation Martin Laird is currently working on
From the 28th of August until the 28th of September, the Loft Gallery in St. Margaret’s Hope will be showing artwork from Martin Laird’s upcoming animation ‘The Fairy Dance’.
Kim Foden with her 30 line televisor which can be seen in Orkney’s Wireless Museum
The South of Scotland Electricity Board had applied to sink 11 test bore holes: 2 at Yesnaby, 4 near Blackhall and 5 at the Mill of Cairston.
Subtitled “tales of insurrection from Orcadian history”, Rebel Orkney tells the story of some of those who dared to stand apart (for better or worse).