‘Art In Glass' Talk by renowned artist Alison Kinnaird.
Chris Duffy's talk about his unique and extensive collection of cookbooks, kitchen artefacts and the Fanny Craddock Archive was one of highlights of the Saturday talks this spring. He has kindly extended an invitation for members to visit the museum.
The RAZ Duo - André Krengel & Roland Krause.
German guitar virtuosi blending jazz, swing, Flamenco, blues, pop, funk, Latin American melodies and grooves into a wonderfully harmonious whole with soul and depth. " ...a true Master" (Tonino Baillardo, lead guitar, Gipsy Kings).
Time flies round, and our bumper Members’ Exhibition is coming to an end ( as do all good things) with several sales made- well done!- and the takedown is this Tuesday. Please come to collect your paintings and 3D Arts, on Tuesday 7th May at 11 am. If you are unable, importantly, could you please arrange with a friend to collect them for you! There is very little storage possible.
On Friday 3rd May, come by 6:30 pm to enjoy a drink and be ready for 7:00 pm, when the Drama Group shall present a semi-staged slightly shortened playreading: The Importance of Being Earnest, A Trivial Comedy for Serious People, by Oscar Wilde.
Talk by Dr Jane Goldman. The talk draws on her book With You in the Hebrides: Virginia Woolf and Scotland which brings together and expands on some of her diverse attempts to follow Woolf’s Scottish trails.
Chris Duffy tells how the purchase of a battered cookbook snowballed into a journey of
obsessive collecting. In How to make an Omelette he shares items from the collection
as he tries to answer one question – WHY?
Barra Beyond the Blue is an ongoing documentary project about a rural Hebridean island of Scotland. It explores the remote and rugged landscape, while at the same time taking an inimate look into the lives of the islanders.
Hand in Tuesday 2nd April with Preview and Opening on Wednesday 3rd April
Your artistic works are needed!! One large or two smaller 2D works per exhibiting Member & two Craft or 3D works per member. We are looking forward to a varied and exciting show!
For detailed submission requirements please click on this entry.
It is often thought that it was the Edinburgh weather that drove RLS away but it was more the fault line caused by his double life where ‘velvet jacket’, as he was known, inhabited not only the smart Drawing Rooms of the New Town but the brothels and opium dens of Leith Walk.
This talk will examine the various journeys Barns-Graham made in Europe throughout her long career, from Switzerland in 1949 to Lanzarote in 1993 and including Italy, Spain, Ibiza and Orkney, which continued to provide fresh and reinvigorating inspiration to her development as an artist.
Gabriella Sargent and Jamie Lang will treat us to a varied programme of music from Bellini, through Barber, to Porgy and Bess.