Time to Shine is a new opportunity for young people in all parts of Shetland to really get involved in the arts activities they want. Time to Shine is being launched by Creative Scotland. Shetland Arts is working with Shetland Islands Council’s Creative Links and Youth Services to make this happen in Shetland. Young people will be at the…Read the rest...
Time to Shine Shetland – Youth Arts StrategyPosted by Bryan Peterson on January 31st, 2014 No Comments
2 Free Continuous Professional Development OpportunitiesPosted by Lisa Ward on January 29th, 2014 No Comments
Two free CPD (Continuous Professional Development) Opportunities at Bonhoga Gallery, Weisdale Mill.
For artists, teachers and community based staff.
Dennis Coutts: Sixties’ Revisited… – Book Online Here
Monday 10 February 2014, 4.30 – 6pm.
Teas/ coffees will be available on arrival.
After the huge success of Dennis Coutts’ 2012 exhibition, Sixties’ Exposure, the era is
Drop in knitting session at Mareel on Saturday as part of Wool WeekPosted by Lisa Ward on October 9th, 2013 No Comments
Mareel is delighted to welcome young knitters from the Whalsay Heritage & Community Centre (WHACC) ‘Tak de sock’ Knitters Group to Mareel this Saturday (12 October) from 12.15 – 4pm as part of Wool Week 2013. The young knitters will be special guests hosting an open knitting session in the Upstairs Cafe Bar, and would…Read the rest...
Shetland Arts’ merges award schemes for artists and craftmakersPosted by Lisa Ward on October 9th, 2013 No Comments
Shetland Arts continues to offer awards in the form of small grants to individual artists and craftmakers based in Shetland. This year, in line with the other schemes supported by Creative Scotland, Shetland Arts has combined their two popular grant schemes; the Visual Artist Awards and the Working Up Craftmaker Awards to form the new…Read the rest...