The installation explores the the catastrophic impact of our relationship with nature and its long term effects. The work provokes a dialogue on how the rising sea levels will affect coastal areas, its inhabitants and land usage in the future.
Welcome to our special exhibition celebrating the 45-year progress of the pioneering Gaelic rock band RUNRIG from community hall dance floors in 1973 to their final pair of performances, The Last Dance, in Stirling in August 2018. Fifty images, taken by fans of the band during these two last-ever gigs, record the events from a […]
Meireal | Brackish is a site-specific environmental sound installation and live real-time continual broadcast. Listen Here. A single hydrophone placed within a fishing creel (functioning both as protective enclosure and microphone shock mount) records the daily activity of a sea loch adjacent to the port of Lochmaddy on the island of North Uist. The microphone is strategically […]
This film is about reaching out, international friendship, extreme climate
change and a new generation of children fighting for their planet.
Saturday Club is Free and Fun! Every Saturday, each class is tutored by a skilled professional artist and assistant! Your child will have the opportunity to improve their art and design skills and learn new ones in a fun and lively environment. Times are as follows: 10:30am – 11:30am ages 5 – 7 12pm – […]
We currently run Saturday Club classes for children in Lochboisdale. The classes will run from 12:30pm – 1:30pm for children aged 5 – 7, and then from 2pm – 3pm for children aged 8+. The classes are FREE and will take place at Wool of Many Colours. please email [email protected], for more information. We hope […]