About us: “Coming Home” is a travelling exhibition and events programme developed by High Life Highland (HLH) to commemorate the end of the First World War in the Highlands. Poignant individual experiences, explored through documents, objects and photographs held in High Life Highland museums and archives alongside partner independent museums, are placed at the heart of the project. These individual narratives will reflect the wider social and economic changes in the Highlands at the time. The travelling exhibition will open in 2018 and will tour a number of Highland galleries and museums (exact locations t.b.c.)
Meet the Artist:
Lead Artist, Robyn Woolston, will be resident in the Church at the Highland Folk Museum on: Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th October between 1.00 and 4.00
During these days she will be setting up a research/making space, alongside being able to talk more about the project to interested visitors. Why not come along for a chat?
Get Involved: Tues 17th – Fri 20th Oct, 10.30 – 4.00 each day
YOUR CHANCE TO CONTRIBUTE! Activities will include mark-making, drawing, collage, observation work, potentially stitch and patch, photography alongside exploring the archive collection at the museum.
Come for an hour or two, stay all day or attend all week if you enjoy it!
No previous experience is necessary but enthusiasm and local knowledge would be very gratefully received!