Weekly Newsletter (24.01.24)

  • Published on: 25th January 2024
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Gaza Fundraiser
Fri 02 Feb, 7.30pm

Join us for this discussion with Mo’min Swaitat (Majazz Project/Palestine Sound Archive).

There will be live music from Willie Campbell, DC Macmillan, Stephen Drummond, Alastair Caplin. Plus Short Film Screenings!

(Donations accepted on the door – all proceeds go to Medical Aid for Palestinians)

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Live Music

Neil Pearlman & Allan Henderson

Fri 01 March, 8pm

From Massachusetts to Stornoway, expert pianist Neil Pearlman takes his tour across the big pond! The Canadian-born musician is motivated by a deep musical curiosity and a love of collaboration, his playing is continually evolving and spontaneous without losing its roots in the traditional piano styles of Atlantic Canada, New England and Scotland.

Neil will be joined by founding member of Blazin’ Fiddles, Allan Henderson – well-known multi-instrumentalist and composer from the Highlands and Islands.

Watch a Clip of Neil Performing, Here
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Clàr: Stage Design Workshops

Wednesdays, 4pm-7pm
Free, but booking essential

Clàr is a weekly arts workshop for 14 – 25 year olds with a focus on technology and digital media.

Each term we have a different focus from animation to game design, with an event or public showcase at the completion of the project.

Clàr is kicking off 2024 with a show-stopping series of stage design workshops. Learn how to control a lighting rig, create visuals that bring a performance to life, and build an immersive set. We’ll be working towards a showcase event in May where we’ll take over the auditorium and produce a concert for local bands.

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School Kids’ Juxtaposing Images

P6 and P7 classes in Stornoway Primary took part in At Sea workshops with Dan Shay and Danielle Macleod. The children learned about the sailing residency which artists Dan Shay, Bethany Rigby, Beatrice Lopez, Rachel Bailey and Alasdair Doyle took to St Kilda in 2019, and their subsequent exhibition in An Lanntair. The children used juxtaposing images to make amazingly creative collages which inspired stories about journeys.

An Lanntair Cinema

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