Includes sites for or about artistic, cultural, and entertainment activities, events, institutions, and organisations. Subjects may include theatre, fine and visual arts, music, literature, and architecture.
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An artist living and working in Tighnabruaich. Includes profile and image galleries of her paintings.
Offers an annual programme of residencies for the arts and creative industries, located on the Rosneath peninsula. Includes information about the facilities and projects.
Annual walking and arts festival held in the Cowal Peninsula every October. Programme and booking.
Easdale Island Folk Museum
Depicts a range of topics from the slate industry, army volunteers, education, and public health to geology, boats, and entertainment; offers details of the collection, genealogy, photo quiz, and contacts.
Artists Don McNeil and Jean Bell, located in Newton. Includes image galleries of their paintings and directions.
Wood carver based in Ardentinny. Includes profile and photo gallery.
Paintings, poems and songs of C J Taylor, poet, artist, and composer. Highland Arts Exhibition, Easdale.
A pottery studio and craft gallery showcasing ceramics, jewellery, photography and paintings. Includes details of products and directions. [Arrochar]
Specializing in guided tours, traditions of oral history (storytelling), wedding customs (handfasting) and some Highland crafts.
Art gallery offering original paintings, prints, sculptures, woodwork and jewellery. Includes profiles of featured artists and image galleries.
The Walking Theatre Company
Innovative, interactive walking theatre in any environment: rural or urban, indoor or out. Specialises in heritage, classics, children's and corporate entertainment.
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