From Monday 14 September the reception at the Warehouse Building in Stromness will open to the public, to deal with customer services enquiries (payments, blue badges etc.) and police counter enquiries.
George Logan is showing images from Shell Shock and Foresight in the Northlight Gallery windows, Stromness.
From 23rd of August to 6th of September Jeanne Bouza Rose is showing 31 brand new plain air landscape paintings
From 23rd of August to 6th of September Jeanne Bouza Rose
To use the library you will be asked to book a time slot in advance as admission into the building will only be possible by booking.
An exhibition featuring the work of artists in the Between The Islands project has opened with limited viewing at the Orkney Museum, Kirkwall.
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.
“Kelp plays a critical role in the Atlantic, so it is important to understand what affects its distribution and survival over time and how sensitive it is to change.” Dr Andrew Want, ICIT, Heriot Watt, Stromness
” Has anyone any information about Joseph-Rene’s stay in Stromness in 1851″
“In the late summer of 1835, 19-year old Joseph Clouston, who had been born in Stromness but was then living at Nisthouse in Harray, arrived at the coastal town of Anamaboe.”