Ropes of Sand
18 Mar- 8 April
18 Mar- 8 April
Exhibition by internationally renowned Masters programme, Art, Space + Nature (ASN) Exhibition opening on Friday 17 March at 5pm
Monday 10th and Tuesday 11th April
Children can join the wonderful Jabuti theatre for 2 inspiring puppetry workshop opportunities. Age 8 – 12 : On Mon 10th April from 10.30 to 1.30, Jabuti Theatre will lead a workshop inspired by their latest show, Moonbeam on a Cat’s Ear. In the show two children steal the moon from the sky and go on an adventure … Continue reading Jabuti puppetry workshops for children
15 April – 3 June
This exhibition highlights some of these craft traditions and heritage, helping to define our own identities and cultures.
Tuesdays from 18th April - 6th June (8 weeks)
This class with ceramicist Carol Burgis is open to anyone with an interest in working with clay, both beginners and those who have worked with clay before. The skills we will practise are traditional hand building methods: pinching, coiling, slabbing and modelling. This will also involve some 2Dimensional design work and learning about some of … Continue reading Hand-building Ceramics evening class
Wednesdays 26th April – 31st May (6 weeks)
In this evening class with Gill Thompson you can explore a variety of printmaking techniques – mono-print, linocut, etching and collagraph. Suitable for those who have some experience of printmaking or for complete beginners. If you have never done printing before this will be an introduction to basic methods. Gill will lead you through a … Continue reading Printmaking : making your mark evening class
Saturday 20th May
Naked Craft Curator Juliette Macdonald, and exhibiting Artists Joanne Kaar, Kevin Morris and Caroline Dear will speak about their work and provide a context for the ideas behind the exhibition.
17th June to 29th July 2017
Grinneas nan Eilean: The Islands Open Exhibition returns to An Lanntair in 2017 and for the first time ever will be held in high summer.
Inspired by the Mackenzie Collection of Asian art and antiquities collected by Stornoway-born Colin Mackenzie the ‘Collector Extraordinaire’, Purvai festival celebrates the South Asian cultural heritage that is an integral part of Scotland today.