‘The beauty and inspiration that is everyday life, reworked to create something new and fresh’
The conference is being held in Orkney Theatre, Kirkwall on the 14th – 17th September
two large cut pits
within the trench contain the skeletons of a minimum number of twelve whales
The walk-over survey is the start to a longer process to build up a picture of what Medieval Birsay was like.
A Conversation with Kristin and Magnus Linklater will take place from 6pm at the Orkney Theatre, Kirkwall, on Thursday 28 September.
Mapping Magnus, begins on the 25th and 26th August 2017.
Ragnhild was praised for her ‘genuine and contagious’ enthusiasm and for making everyone feel at ease when interacting online.
A bursary of £4,000 per year will be made available to students on ScotGEM.
one of the prize finds there, was a whalebone with the jaw-bone of a man carefully placed inside it
On Friday there is an open afternoon where visitors will be invited to meet the team, see the results of the work and try some practical activities.