Stone, Sea and Sky: The Architecture of Scotland’s Islands celebrates the built heritage and communities of Scotland’s Western Islands. We’ve hosted free workshops for school pupils across venues in the Western Isles and Argyll and the islands during August and September.
We’ll be completing our celebrations in Stornoway and Rothesay on the 28 and 29 September, where we’ll be unveiling brand new public sculptures as the final legacy of our Doors Open Days 30 years celebrations. Stornoway's sculpture has been created by creative collective Civic Soup. Rothesay's sculpture has been created by artist Alec Galloway.
2pm to 4pm, Saturday 28th September at An Lanntair in Stornoway on Isle of Lewis
2pm to 3.30pm, Sunday 29th September at The Bank of Ideas in Rothesay on Isle of Bute
This project is delivered in partnership with RIAS (Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland), and island venues: Rothesay Pavilion, Taigh Chearsabhagh, An Lanntair,and The Atlantic Islands Centre Luing.
Keep an eye out for more project details on the news pages of the website, and on our social media channels!
Stone, Sea and Sky is a Doors Open Days 2019 Project Delivered by Scottish Civic Trust. This project is part-Financed by the Scottish Government and the European Community Argyll and the Isles and Outer Hebrides Leader 2014-2020 Programme