Check out these story map videos on Vimeo, developed through The Gathering/An Cruinneachadh. The Gathering Website also includes a page with the story map image and video links. This community led arts project has been developed for everyone throughout the three communities of Glenmoriston, Fort Augustus & Glengarry. Watch and [...]
Youthlink Scotland have shared this ecological filmmaking opportunity for young people aged 18-25 to express their interest in workshops being held at the end of November in Edinburgh. This is a chance for to shoot analogue film and learn ecological methods for developing film strips using natural and non-toxic materials.
This NatureScot podcast, shares a conversation with Calum Maclean, a presenter, social media specialist, filmmaker and writer. Calum provides insights to his career and development in creativity and outdoor skills. This includes references to Gaelic and how to behave responsibly outdoors.
Check out the Wild Escape Project, which connects art and nature. Find a museum or gallery near you, and explore teacher resources. This project supports children and young people to develop collective digital artwork and interact with natural themes.
The Forest School Association have shared this episode. Listen to this podcast, where Marina interviews Juliet, a leading outdoor learning consultant, and author of 2 popular books, who is living with a terminal illness. Before becoming a consultant, Juliet was a head teacher at three schools. Her other experience draws on [...]
My Place Photography is an annual competition run by the Scottish Civic Trust that encourages young people aged 4-18 to explore their local buildings, places and archaeology. The theme for 2023 was My Place, My Space, My Story. View the 2023 gallery here