WHYLD | ecoartscotland

WHYLD | ecoartscotland.

Join the Masters students of Art, Space, and Nature (ECA) for a private viewing of our exciting final show. WHYLD is an exhibition of works that manifest our various interpretations of the concept of wilderness. The show opens 23rd of May from 5pm to 8pm at Patriot Hall Gallery. Speak with the artists and enjoy food and refreshments.

Flyer (A5) Whyld

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The Time it Takes trailer

The Time it Takes trailer 

the time it takes

to arrive
to live
to make a land
to find
to fall
to settle in
to work
to build
to seize the day
to journey
to be happy
to make a story
to dance

to pick up the pieces
to laugh
to sing a song
to love
to grow
to bury the dead
to lose
to uncover the past
to walk
to imagine the future
to leave
to return

the time,

it takes

Credits:
Dance artists: Rosalind Masson, Simon Ellis, Dai Jian
Camera: Katrina McPherson
Editing: Simon Fildes
Music: David Lintern & James Weaver
1st A.D. & digital workflow: Sabine Klaus
Production Assistants: Ben Estabrook & Tanja London
Production Runner: Mairi Thomson
Seamstress: Ciorstaidh Monk
Colour grade: and mastering : Jim Allison
Dubbing mixer: John Cobban
Thanks to: Andy Mackinnon, Paul McCallum, Ronnie Mackinnon,
Ceolas – ceolas.co.uk,
Stòras Uibhist- storasuibhist.com,
Polochar Inn – polocharinn.com,
PlanB planbcreative.org
Eilidh; Issy & Sylvia McPherson, Kirstie Simson
Music tracks: “Firehills” & “Mont E”. warriorsquares.co.uk
Shot on location: Isle of South Uist, Outer Hebrides, Scotland
Funded by Creative Scotland creativescotland.com & Goat Media go-at.co.uk
Directed and Produced by Katrina McPherson & Simon Fildes
© 2013

BBC Two – A Year in the Wild, Cairngorms

Cairngorms

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Episode 3 of 3 Duration: 1 hour

The harsh beauty and surprising wildlife of Scotland’s Cairngorms National Park through the eyes of the people who know it best.

The Cairngorms is Britain’s largest and wildest National Park. A land of Arctic extremes in the heart of the Scottish highlands. Its granite… > Show more

via bbc.co.uk

 

If I had a TV I’d watch this!