The exhibition opens on Saturday 29th of June running till 9th of July.
Northlight gallery in Stromness hosted an exhibition of oil paintings and sculptures by artist Caroline Appleyard, and photographs by Marjo Tynkkynen, called ‘Scapa Flow: Up Close & Underwater.’
The stunning underwater photographs of parts of the sunken German High Seas Fleet lying in Scapa Flow were taken over a 4 year period from 2014 – 2018.
The facility being built at Garson will be known as Hamnavoe House.
Part of the #Scapa100 commemorations it will be open at 6pm on Saturday 15th and then daily from 2pm – 7pm until Wednesday 26th of June.
Reminder that Thursday 13th of June is the next public event for ‘What’s Next Stromness’ at the Warehouse Buildings, Stromness, from 1pm – 6pm and 7.30pm – 9pm.
The next event for ‘What’s Next Stromness’ will be on Thursday 13th of June at the Warehouse buildings from 1pm – 6pm and 7.30pm – 9pm
Exploring the role of Orcadians, Highlanders and French Canadians in the contest for the Ojibwe fur trade will be the subject of a talk on Thursday 30th of May , 7.30pm in Stromness Town Hall.
Three drop in days were held in the Warehouse Buildings, Stromness where residents met with the PAS representatives and discussed their ideas for the future of the town.
Today, Wednesday 15th May is the last chance to see the exhibition of work at the Northlight Gallery, Stromness by Robinson RR