Artists and Performers invited to showcase their skills in Mareel Cafe Bar
Posted by Lauren Doughton on March 4th, 2015
Shetland Arts are delighted to announce the launch of two new platforms for local artists, practitioners and performers, Gutters’ Gaet Sessions and The Open Mic Café, to take place in Mareel. The events, designed to provide local people with a chance to develop their performance skills and showcase their artistic abilities, will be free to… Read the rest...
Northern Lights Ambassadors reveal creative project videos
Posted by Lisa Ward on January 6th, 2015
The Northern Lights Ambassadors have revealed two videos as part of their creative project inspired by the work of world-famous photojournalist Don McCullin.
Funded as part of the ARTIST ROOMS On Tour programme with the support of Arts Council England, the Art Fund and Creative Scotland, the Ambassadors’ work is currently exhibited alongside the ARTIST… Read the rest...
CATS to come to Shetland
Posted by Lisa Ward on April 22nd, 2014
Kirkwall Operatic Society in association with Shetland Arts presents an amateur production by arrangement with The Really Useful Group…
11 – 13 July 2014 @ The Garrison Theatre, Lerwick
Music by Andrew Lloyd Weber. Based on ‘Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats’ by T.S. Eliot
Shetland Arts and Kirkwall Amateur Operatic Society (KAOS) are happy… Read the rest...
Time to Shine Shetland – Youth Arts Strategy
Posted by Bryan Peterson on January 31st, 2014
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… Read the rest...
International Art Haul relates to Shetland show
Posted by Lisa Ward on November 5th, 2013
Entartet – created by Kai Fischer in association with Vanishing Point Theatre Company and CCA Glasgow, presented at Bonhoga by Shetland Arts.
In a bizarre twist of fate, the news this week that German police have recovered 1,500 modernist artworks confiscated as “degenerate art” by the Nazis or taken from Jewish collectors in the 1930s… Read the rest...