WHAT'S ON AT STRATHEARN ARTS
Our Film Programme is taking shape and will be even better than before as we our in the process of installing our new projection equipment. This will also enable Event Cinema to come to Strathearn. We look forward to welcoming you back safely in line with our new COVID 19 processes and precautions,
Meanwhile . . . here are some things to get involved with:
Coming soon - Drive - In Cinema at Comrie Croft
Friday 7th, Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th May 2021
In partnership with Comrie Croft we are delighted to announce we will be bringing Drive-Cinema to Strathearn.
Be the first to hear about the films we have lined up by signing up to our mailing list and complete the form above. More details to follow soon.
Understanding Gàidhlig (Gaelic) Place Names WORKSHOP SERIES
Understanding Gàidhlig (Gaelic) Place Names Workshop Series with Scot AnSgeulaiche
After what significant natural feature is Crieff named and why? For what is Gleneagles named? Hint: it has nothing to do with our winged friends.
The Gàidhlig names that prior inhabitants gave to their surroundings tell us much about their relationship with the landscape, the places we now live.
These workshops offer a fantastic opportunity to understand more about the indigenous language of Scotland with local storyteller and oral-historian, Scot AnSgeulaich. Each workshop you will learn the meaning and pronunciation of local areas of interest which have a Gàidhlig name.
1. Clàs a h-aon - Mountains and Hills – Thurs 4th March
2. Clàs a dhà - Rivers and Lochs – Thurs 11th March
3. Clàs a trì - Towns and Houses – Thurs 18th March
Participants can submit names in advance of the Zoom workshop for some group detective work on the day. A map and a Gàidhlig dictionary will be useful but not essential.
Each workshop can be individually booked (£25 plus booking fee) or as a complete series of all 3 workshops for £65 plus booking fee.
Bookings via Eventbrite
DRAWING SKILLS WORKSHOP SERIES
6th February - 20th March 2021
We are delighted to be offering you the opportunity to develop and improve your drawing skills and techniques through a series of four online workshops with award-winning artist, Sarah-Louise Wilson.
Each workshop is stand-alone, but together, they form a coherent short course. Throughout the series, you will explore different techniques and try out various drawing and sketching media. The aim is that, by the end, you will have a broad range of tools and skills that will enable you to expand your scope of expression through your drawing and sketching.
1. Principles of Drawing and Sketching, Sat 6th Feb
2. Drawing One Point and Two Point Perspective, Sat 20th Feb
3. Still Life on Colour Pastels, Sat 6th Mar
4. Portrait Drawing in Pencil and Charcoal, Sat 20th Mar
The full workshop series costs £80 with each individual workshop available for £25. Bookings via Eventbrite.
CREATIVE WRITING SKILLS WORKSHOP SERIES
30th January - 27th March 2021
Following some very successful one-off workshops in 2020, we are delighted to be able to offer a 5-workshop series which will take your writing to a whole new level.
Delivered by published author and writing consultant, Tracey Emerson, the first four workshops each addresses a different aspect of writing. The final workshop gives you the chance to get constructive and supportive feedback from Tracey and the rest of your group on your own writing. Feedback will be in small groups of just 6 people to ensure everyone gets time and attention on their own work.
1. Ideas & Inspiration - Sat 30th Jan
2. Character - Sat 13th Feb
3. Language - Sat 20th Feb
4. Point of View - Sat 13th Mar
5. Feedback session - Sat 27th Mar
The full workshop series costs £90 with each individual workshop available for £25. Bookings via Eventbrite.
DANCE for HEALTH
Running Weekly via Zoom:
Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursday at 2pm
A dance and movement class designed specifically for those with mobility challenges, those living with Parkinson's or other neurological conditions. The 30 minute class focuses on balance, coordination and flexibility. Participants will need access to a device suitable for running Zoom and an appropriate space in which to move freely. To find out more or join the class, please contact Janice Fraser on 07921 717486.
Tickets (where indicated) are available online from Eventbrite or in person from Strathearn Arts. To enquire about availability please call: 01764 655556
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