Archive for May, 2012

Film Wednesdays presents ‘Drive’

Posted by on May 28th, 2012 No Comments

On Wednesday 30th May Shetland Arts will be showing Drive at The Garrison Theatre as part of the Film Wednesday season. Film Wednesdays give an opportunity to see some of the best in contemporary independent cinema, and this hard-hitting drama is no exception. Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, it stars Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan,…

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Film Wednesdays presents ‘Julia’s Eyes’

Posted by on May 14th, 2012 No Comments

On Wednesday 23rd May, 7.30pm, Shetland Arts will be screening Julia’s Eyes (Los Ojos De Julia) as part of its Film Wednesday season.
Film Wednesdays are an opportunity to see some of the best in independent and world cinema, and this intense psychological thriller, directed by Guillem Morales, stars Belen Rueda as the eponymous heroine,…

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Shetland Arts announces partnerships with DF Concerts & Events and Atlantic Edge Music Services for Mareel

Posted by on May 14th, 2012 No Comments

Shetland Arts is delighted to announce the signing of a unique partnership agreement with DF Concerts & Events to provide a broad range of programming support for Mareel which brings together the UK’s most northerly music venue with one of the country’s largest and most respected promoters. Shetland Arts is also pleased to have secured…

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Competition: A Reel for Mareel

Posted by on May 10th, 2012 No Comments

Fiddle Frenzy will be taking place in Shetland Arts’ new venue, Mareel, this year and to celebrate, we’d like to invite you to compose a tune! It must be a reel and will be titled Reel Mareel. The winning entry will be played at a concert during Fiddle Frenzy week by an artist of our…

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Calling all knitters!

Posted by on May 10th, 2012 No Comments

Shetland Arts in collaboration with Alzheimer Scotland – action on Dementia.
Calling All Knitters! A Knitting Challenge for Shetland
For Dementia Awareness Week in June 2012, Shetland Arts is collaborating with Alzheimer Scotland in attempting to create a knitted blanket measuring 710 square metres, made up of 71,000 squares. It represents the number of people…

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