8 results for tag: Mapping The Borders

Glass Map Making Workshop

Make your own glass map of the Scottish Borders using the historical map collection at the National Library of Scotland as a starting point.  You will learn basic glass making techniques such as etching and engraving to build up a multi-layered glass map. No previous experience required. More

Cultural Forum

The November Gathering of the Scottish Borders Cultural Forum will link with the Mapping the Borders exhibition which is part of a series of events taking place in the Scottish Borders as part of the Being Human Festival 2017. The Gathering will begin with some short presentations including an update on Creative Coathanger, Energise Galashiels and the recent BID to the Scottish Government. More

Pushing Boundaries (Walk 2)

As part of the UK wide Being Human festival, Mapping the Borders is a week long event taking place in the Scottish Borders. On Sunday 19th of November 2017, a day of activity will take place in the Borders town of Jedburgh. There will be two different, complimentary walks led by Prof Mike Collier and naturalist Keith Bowey, at 10am and 2pm respectively. More

Mapping Workshop

Artist Zoe Childerley will be holding a workshop and discussion on her work the Debatable Lands (2016). The workshop will explore notions of ‘border’ through drawing and writing, bringing together subjective experiences of landscape linked with perceptions, associations and sensory responses as well as historical and cultural ones. No experience necessary! More

WALKing the Line (Walk 1)

As part of the UK wide Being Human festival, Mapping the Borders is a week-long event taking place in the Scottish Borders. On Sunday 19th of November 2017, a day of activity will take place in the Borders town of Jedburgh. There will be two different, complimentary walks led by Prof Mike Collier and naturalist Keith Bowey, at 10am and 2pm respectively. More

Entr’Actes: Alternative Arrangements

Entr’actes: Alternative Arrangements, a durational collaborative exploration by the artists Felicity Bristow and Claire Pençak that unfolds over ten hours from the dark before dawn to the dark after dusk, will take place at the same time. More

Mapping the Borders: Pecha Kucha

An afternoon of talks by academics and artists, whose work brings new perspectives to the Scottish Borders. More

Mapping The Borders (exhibition)

This exhibition will showcase the work of artists Clare Money, Zoe Childerley, Kate Foster, Mike Collier, Alec Finlay, Andrew Richardson, Inge Panneels and John Wallace. More