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What's On At Caithness Horizons In January/February

6th January 2014

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.

Group Exhibition
Throughout February

An exhibition of artwork by a local group of artists organised by Sarah Holman will be on show in the café.

Special Events

Farr High School Exhibition Private View
Tuesday 7th January 7pm – 9.30pm

In the Gallery

Farr High School Exhibition
Wednesday 8th January – Thursday 30th January
An exhibition of work created by pupils at Farr High School will be on show in the Gallery.

Thurso High School Exhibition
February – dates tbc
In February we will have the yearly exhibition of artwork created by Thurso High School pupils on display in our Gallery. Dates for the Private view are to be confirmed, information will be available on our Facebook page and website at a later date.

Peter’s Pals

Early Medieval Sculpture Exhibition Redisplay: Peter’s Pals Cartoon Workshop with "Eejits" Artist and Author George Mackay
19th January 2014, 2-4pm

Peter’s Pals will join Caithness based Artist and Author George Mackay and Curator Joanne Howdle to design new exhibition panels featuring "Peter" for use in the Museum's new Early Medieval Sculpture exhibition.

Members of Peter's Pals – Young Curators Club will work with Joanne and George to create a cartoon strip of Peter to tell the story of the Pictish and Norse heritage of Caithness in the new exhibition that will open in Spring/Summer 2014.

Pre-booking is essential.
To book call 01847 896508 or e-mail peterthepenguin[AT]

Pictish Banner Workshop:
23rd February 2014, 2-4pm

Peters Pal’s members will be working on making their own Pictish Banner!

Pre-booking is essential.
To book call 01847 896508 or e-mail peterthepenguin[AT]

Peter’s Pals – Museum Young Curators Club

Caithness Horizons’ runs a Young Curators Club for young people aged 7-12 years old, called Peter’s Pals. If you would like to join Peter’s Pals, and help with new displays and take part in special events please contact Joanne Howdle, Museum Curator by telephone or e-mail joannehowdle[AT]


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