I am very happy to be back based in Ullapool and to begin collecting beach samples from along the Wester Ross coastline.. Rhue Beach – todays collection location
Over the next month I will be collecting samples ffrom 60 beaches for examination in the NEO Terra exhibition taking place at An Talla Solais‘s Caledonian Gallery May 13th -June 18th. I intend involving as many people as possible in the collection and will be encouraging discussions as to how to build HOPE for the future. Shared ideas will be added to those collected and sketched out from Shetland residents on HOPE isle below….. Please add your own ideas into the comments box below of ‘how we can stop plastic leaking into the environment and improve environmental sustainability’ I will add them to the isle of HOPE. My own HOPE is based on the support and feedback I have received to the Littoral Art Projects 2016 ‘s achievements recorded below :
Littoral Art Project LEGEND 2016
Exhibition: NEO Terra, Shetland Museum Oct-Nov
Animation: Terra NOVA, Shetland Museum Oct-Nov
Education Workshops: across Shetland May-June
Presentation: Edinburgh Humanities Network – Deep Time April
Expedition: to Isle Martin March
Residency: at An Talla Solais developing animation storyboard
Awarded Creative Scotland -Open Project Funding towards LAP exhibition in Shetland and Ullapool 2016-17
2 thoughts on “HOPE 2017”
How about deposit schemes, recycling on the go points and reducing packaging.
Its a great idea! Deposit schemes on bottles and cans are taking off in many places now . Check out @ReverseVending Many Welsh & Scottish schools are taking up the pledge to increse recycling . Maybe the new Anderson High could install one ?!