Tag Archives: Workshops

Projection

106 images accompanied the Fish Tales, all created by workshop participants. They were projected onto the sail canvas we had used to make the sand drawings – an apt solution that didn’t require us to paint the wall. Only drawings … Continue reading

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Who’s Who

Another trawl through images reminded me of some of the issues and novel solutions to publicising the exhibition. Gairloch High School’s visit on the Friday included help to liven up the entrance to Wester Ross Woodwork as unfortunately the sign … Continue reading

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A Word in your Shell-like

The end exhibition draws closer, this week’s list of things-to-do included soldering wires to

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Trading Places

There’s so much I will miss about being ‘in residence’ here; walking beaches, sunshine, views of sea and snow on distant hills, but most of all

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Light Drawing

Normally I try to devise a method for making artwork that is engaging of others – that people would want to be involved in – it’s easy to work big that way. At the Museum however

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Sand and Sauce-bottles

The workshops have begun! We’ve been creating huge sea-sourced drawings (thanks to a most generous donation of huge slices of sail-cloth – thank you Jim). Sand filled sauce-bottles – with sand from Gairloch beach – are used to create

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Workshop Planning

I like to say ‘yes’, am more likely to say it than no. Would you run workshops with: young people ‘yes’, older people ‘yes’, children ‘yes’, marsupials…?

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