You Are Invited! Open Evening at North Lands Creative
21st November 2017
To celebrate the launch of our first Annual Winter Open Exhibition, we are delighted to invite the local community to join us at our Gallery at Quatre Bras from 7-9pm on Friday 24th November 2017.
This exhibition is designed to provide an opportunity for Scottish artists to exhibit their work in our Gallery Space located just off the A9 at Lybster. This exhibition also offers the people of Caithness and the surrounding areas a chance to see work by many different artists, all at the same time.
Our Winter Open Exhibition is an annual exhibition of work from artists across Scotland, chosen from an Open Submission call by North Lands Creative. Featured artists include local jeweller and scratch art artist, Lindsey Gallacher, Orcadian artist and designer, Louise Barrington, Garve-based digital artist, Angelica Kroeger and stained glass artist Kate Henderson.
There is also the opportunity to vote for your favourite artist in our People's Choice Award. The overall winner of the People's Choice Award will be awarded a solo show at North Lands Creative at some point during the ensuing 12-month period. The People's Choice Award is determined by a public vote from visitors to the exhibition, the winner will receive marketing and preview support towards their exhibition.
Works in the exhibition are for sale, and prices start at under £100. The gallery also offers a selection of prints, exhibition catalogues and a selection of glass from our 20th Anniversary Collection alongside work by local artists Helen Moore, Valerie Barker and Deborah Lee.
Our Annual Winter Open Exhibition continues until 2nd February 2018 at the North Lands Creative Gallery from 10-5 Mon-Fri. Open at the weekend by appointment only.
Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01593 721229.
A Drystone Necklace made by Lindsey Gallacher
There's good news for one of the world's most prestigious centres for the study and development of glass as an artform, North Lands Creative. In the latest round of Creative Scotland funding, the organisation has secured an 18% increase over the next three years.
Coffee Morning For Anyone Starting a Craft Business. Friday 15th December 10:00am - 1:00pm.
Recently re-branded North Lands Creative (Formerly North Lands Creative Glass) has successfully completed a re-structuring and held an international conference ahead of an exciting new programme of activities. Located in the delightful village of Lybster, Caithness the organisation is planning a colourful, vibrant and engaging programme of workshops, classes and exhibitions on the Lybster campus, complimented by associated events that include bite-size tours, studio talks, curator/ artist in conversation events, workshops and schools visits.
An exhibition of paintings for sale ay Northlands Glass, Lybster..
NorthalndsCreative Glass currently has an exhibition in running in Edinburgh so if you happen to be around Infirmary Street take look. Finishes 29th October 2016..
North Lands Creative Glass are interested in hearing from arts and business professionals with skills and experience that reflect the interests of the organisation to join our existing board team. You will be committed to the principles of good governance and will be enthusiastic about our key aims.
Any seed when planted needs many things in order to flourish and grow. North Lands Creative Glass was a seed sown in 1996 in the small fishing village of Lybster on the North east coast of Scotland and over the past 20 years the people and place of Lybster and Caithness have provided good fertile nourishment.
Flameworking with Ian Pearson. 5-7 April and 18-20 October 2016.
The Board of North Lands Creative Glass is delighted to announce the appointment of Jeffrey Sarmiento as Artistic Director from 1 October 2016. He will succeed Emma Woffenden on the completion of her inspiring three-year term of office, culminating in North Lands 20, the anniversary celebration of its first master class and conference in 1996.
Portfolio Programme. With the support of the Highland Youth Arts Hub, North Lands Creative Glass are offering 10 young people the rare opportunity to attend 2 fully funded residential courses, on site in Lybster.
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