Posted by Bryan Peterson on May 31st, 2010
Organisers of the annual Ethno World Music Camp in Sweden have kindly offered free places to four young musicians from Shetland.
The ten-day event comprises workshops, seminars, concerts and social events, culminating in a showcase performance at the famous outdoor folk culture museum Skansen, Stockholm. The camp is based in Rättvik, a town 300 km… Read the rest...
Posted by Emily Sharp on May 31st, 2010
The Westside Players are performing their latest production next week in Walls. ‘Who Cares?’ is the result of a three way partnership between the theatre group, Shetland Arts and The Shetland Mental Health team.
The project started with a meeting last year when the drama group indicated to the Mental Health Team that they would… Read the rest...
Posted by jonosandilands on May 28th, 2010
Follow tweets from visitors online and live from Bonhoga Gallery along with the latest videos from the first of the three Portage exhibitions this year, Portage: Crossing Points. Public Opening Friday 28 May, 7.30pm – 9.00pm.
The mini site can be found here: Portage: Crossing Points Mini Site
And press release for more information: Digital
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Posted by Carol Duncan on May 27th, 2010
Kevin Bridges at the Garrison Theatre
IN RESPONSE TO THE HIGH DEMAND FOR TICKETS, SHETLAND ARTS ARE CURRENTLY IN DISCUSSION WITH OFF THE KERB PRODUCTIONS ABOUT MOVING THE GIG TO A DIFFERENT VENUE. WE WILL PUBLISH FURTHER INFORMATION AS SOON AS WE CAN CONFIRM IT.
Off The Kerb and Shetland Arts are delighted to announce… Read the rest...
Posted by Emily Sharp on May 26th, 2010
Shetland Film Critic of the Year Competition
Do you have strong opinions about films? Would you like to share them? As Mareel steadily rises from the ground Shetland Arts is looking for the best local reviewers who can get across what a film means to them in an entertaining and engaging way. Whether you want… Read the rest...