Everyone is invited to attend the free public exhibition opening of Four Journeys From Blue on Friday 26 April, 6-8pm, at Bonhoga Gallery.
Four Journeys From Blue is an exhibition by the winners of The Shetland Open 2012 – Ria Moncrieff, Rachel Ross Smith, Diane Garrick, and Gail Harvey. With the opportunity to have their
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Public opening of Four Journeys From Blue on Fri 26 April, Bonhoga GalleryPosted by Lisa Ward on April 9th, 2013 No Comments
Reflections – New Rod Kelly Exhibition at Bonhoga GalleryPosted by Lisa Ward on February 13th, 2013 No Comments
9 March – 21 April
Many aspects of life in Shetland attract artists, writers and musicians to these shores. The space, quality of light and life, tranquillity and community support are all favourable to those who create for a living, and these elements can often be found reflected in the resulting work.
Shetland Arts is…
Text Isles – Swap Box at Bonhoga GalleryPosted by Lisa Ward on September 18th, 2012 No Comments
22 September – 4 November 2012
Public opening: 21 September, 5.30-7.30pm
Gallery talk: 22 September, 11.30am
Drop-in Workshop for Bairns: 22 September 11-1pm
Opening this Friday at Bonhoga Gallery is an exhibition of work by six of Shetland’s most innovative contemporary textile designers. The project promises to take the conventional view of Shetland craft truly…
A new exhibition of work by Susan Leask at Bonhoga GalleryPosted by Lisa Ward on June 12th, 2012 No Comments
Bonhoga Gallery is proud to present an exhibition of specially commissioned, site specific work by artist Susan Leask, who is part of a Scalloway family who left Shetland to live in Glasgow. Those who left, those who stayed will be showing at Bonhoga Gallery from 16 June – 29 July. The public opening is Friday…Read the rest...
Creative Learning Network EventPosted by Lisa Ward on March 5th, 2012 No Comments
Shetland Arts presents this Continuous Professional Development Event in partnership with SIC Education and Creative Links.
The Creative Learning Network is an opportunity for artists, school and community based staff to come together for inspiration on new creative ideas for learning. The event is not open to the general public.
Jayne Wallace is a digital