Invitation

Invitation 2nd version


As my
Littoral Art Project  and I have now completed a years work  investigating beach litter I am busy editing through the hundreds of images  taken while carrying out the many events along the Ross-shire  coast. My aim is to put together a thought provoking visual presentation of the ‘story so far’ , the  30 minute show  will include highlights such as :

The background to how the Future Fossil Collection was created

Young peoples discovery that a plastic bottle might be around longer than them

The curious appearance of oranges on local beaches

Tales from Ullapool High School’s Beach CSI Team

Her stay as Artist in Residence on Isle Martin & developed her rowing career

Her collection of not fantastic plastic

The achievement of two skiff teams on World Environment Day

Her continued close relationship with Scotland’s’ Waste Transfer Stations

Ullapool Museum  & I hope that supporters of the project will be able to join us on either Monday 27th at 7.30pm or Wednesday the 29th at 11.30am to enjoy the visual presentation of the Littoral Arts/Science Project which led to the creation of the Museum’s recent exhibition Future Fossil Collection. The events are free and refreshments will be served.

My intention is to continue to create artworks & events  on our beaches with the aim of encouraging people to take greater care of our coastal and  marine environments.

With this in mind the Ullapool SYHA and I are planning the second annual beach clean of the Ullapool beach below An Pollan Park  on Saturday the 25th October. Please join uson the beach at 1.30 pm

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