my first craft news posting
Posted by Hazel Hughson on May 29th, 2009
The first craft news posting…… at last ….. this is going to be so useful, there’s so much to say about design and craft and applied arts in Shetland and our projects.
I hope the 13 craftmakers who encouraged me ages ago to make a craft blog will be pleased to see this and I’m… Read the rest...
Story of a Family
Posted by Mary Smith on May 29th, 2009
Every year, Imaginate, The Bank of Scotland International Children’s Festival brings the best theatre available for children and young people to Scotland. Over recent years companies have travelled outside Edinburgh and performed in different parts of the country. Once again Shetland Arts is delighted that once again a company is coming from the… Read the rest...
Convenor Digs Mareel
Posted by Bryan Peterson on May 29th, 2009
On a cold, grey, windy night an enthusiastic crowd gathered at the North Ness, Lerwick to see the first turf dug out on the site of Mareel, Shetland Arts’ long awaited Cinema, Music and Education Venue which will be up and running early in 2011.
At 6.30 pm, on Wednesday 25 May, to… Read the rest...
Open Quintet (30 May – 21 June 2009)
Posted by Jane Matthews on May 28th, 2009
An Exhibition by the prizewinners of the Shetland Open Art Exhibition 2008
To accompany the prizes awarded by the five sponsors of last year’s Open Exhibition, Shetland Arts awarded a further £100 to each prize-winner, to fund the preparation of work for a joint exhibition in the gallery.
Helen Whitham won Baker Tilly’s prize for… Read the rest...
Shetland’s eighth annual book festival says hello…
Posted by Donald Anderson on May 27th, 2009
Plans for Wordplay 2009 are now well under way as this year’s team of curators, each a volunteer, really get to grips with the job in hand. Already confirmed are some really great guests: for more detail, watch this space!… Read the rest...