Jono Sandilands’ Mareel marketing degree show
Posted by Bryan Peterson on July 4th, 2009
Jono Sandilands, a graphic designer from Lerwick, recently showcased his first class acheiving final year project during the Gray’s School of Art Degree Show, part of Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen.
His project was a conceptual branding plan for Mareel; producing logos, marketing materials and the intriguing ‘light box’ inspired by the shape of the… Read the rest...
Open Quintet’s exhibition at Bonhoga review
Posted by Mary Smith on June 22nd, 2009
A busy night at Bonhoga Gallery saw nearly all the participating artists attend the exhibition preview of Open Quintet. This is the first initiative by Shetland Arts to take forward the five prizewinners from the 2008 Shetland Open Art Exhibition and create an exhibition to showcase their talents. The opening was busy and both curator… Read the rest...
Gonna have a Vunky good time – Vunk Fest 2009
Posted by Bryan Peterson on June 19th, 2009
Those hard working music and arts loving folks over at Vunk Ventures are at it again. This time it’s in the shape of Vunk Fest, a “non profit festival of rock music and art works inspired by music”
Taking place over the weekend of the 11th and 12th July, Vunk Fest will comprise two events… Read the rest...
Submissions for Shetland Open Art Exhibition 2009 invited
Posted by Mary Smith on June 11th, 2009
All artists and makers, who are over 18 and Shetland by birth, education or residency are invited to submit a piece for this year’s Open. The show runs 5 September – 4 October with the preview on Wednesday 2 September at 7.30pm. An Open Information Sheet
is available.… Read the rest...
Open Quintet (30 May – 21 June 2009)
Posted by Jane Matthews on May 28th, 2009
An Exhibition by the prizewinners of the Shetland Open Art Exhibition 2008
To accompany the prizes awarded by the five sponsors of last year’s Open Exhibition, Shetland Arts awarded a further £100 to each prize-winner, to fund the preparation of work for a joint exhibition in the gallery.
Helen Whitham won Baker Tilly’s prize for… Read the rest...