What's On At Caithness Horizons In Thurso Gala Week
Summer Museum Activities during Thurso Gala Week, 6th and 9th August 2-4pm.
Join us and Peter The Penguin to celebrate Thurso Gala Week and The Olympic Games with our Summer craft and Games sessions. £3 per child which includes a snack. Booking is essential so please call us to book your spot! 01847 896508
Monday 6th August is suitable for children between the P1-P3 while Thursday 9th August is suitable for children between P4-P7
North Lands Glass Walk Round-Saturday 11th August
Public walk round of the 'Beyond Tradition: Contemporary Glass in a Museum Environment' with North Lands Glass Artist Michael Bullen. More details to be announced shortly, please call us for more information-01847 896508
Throughout August-Thurso Gala Olympic Themed Primary Schools Art Competition displayed in our café
Thurso Gala is this year celebrating The London 2012 Olympics and the primary Schools have been getting crafty in preparation, pop in and have a look at what they've come up with and to see who the lucky winner is!
North Lands Creaive Glass- "Beyond Tradition: Contemporary Glass in a Museum Environment" Saturday 11th August-Tuesday 2nd October 2012
An exhibition of work from the collection of North Lands Creative Glass. Please all see the attached invite for the private viewing of this exhibition on Friday 10th August 6-8pm
Weâ€™re off of a brilliant start, with all our 170 MDF blank postcard size pieces of wood handed out or collected by locals from Caithness Horizons, St Fergus Art Gallery and Castlehill Heritage Centre in the first couple of weeks! Weâ€™re delighted with everyoneâ€™s enthusiasm to join in. Now they are getting arty and inspired by the SEA, wonderful artwork has started to be returned and Iâ€™ve been adding images to the blog as it arrives.
Homecoming Scotland 2014 offers a year-long programme of events celebrating the very best of Scotland’s food and drink, our fantastic active and natural resources as well as our creativity, culture and ancestral heritage. Homecoming Scotland 2014 will position Scotland on the international stage as a dynamic and creative nation.
Caithness artists, Joanne B Kaar & Liz O'Donnell, invite you to join in their arty fundraiser for Brough Bay Association & Castletown Heritage Society. Be inspired by the SEA to draw, paint or collage postcard size artwork for their fundraiser.
Scotland welcomes the world for the Year of Homecoming 2014. Homecoming Scotland 2014 offers a year-long programme of events celebrating the very best of Scotland’s food and drink, our fantastic active and natural resources as well as our creativity, culture and ancestral heritage.
Cafe Exhibitions Christmas Exhibition extended Throughout January For the rest of January the Christmas exhibition, a collection of smaller works by various local artists, will be on show in the café. All paintings are for sale.
A touring exhibition of film and video work commissioned by Timespan, made by three Scottish artists in response to the remote landscape of Sutherland. Location: Caithness Horizons AV Room.
Caithness is the setting of ‘Call of the Undertow’, a powerful debut novel by writer Linda Cracknell, who travels to Caithness Horizons, Thurso on Saturday 26th October as part of a book launch tour. Linda Cracknell has made regular walking and exploring visits to Caithness since 2008.
What’s On At Caithness Horizons: September 2013 Cafe Exhibitions Mary Edmonson September 2013 This exhibition contains paintings by local artist Mary Edmonson of the Caithness landscape and the wildlife found within the landscape. Special Events Caithness Astronomy Group Open Day Saturday 31st August 1.30-4pm Come along and find out more about the universe we live in and about the activities of Caithness Astronomy Group.
A magic lantern show and talk for adults. 6th September 2013 7.00 - 9.00pm Caithness Horizons, Thurso .
Final part of an education programme to complement Sue Jane Taylor’s exhibition ‘Beatrice Works’ – on display at Caithness Horizons until 22nd August 2013. Paris has the Eiffel Tower, Bristol has the Clifton Suspension Bridge, and Dundee the Tay Rail Bridge.
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