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Kindur - the adventurous life of sheep in Iceland combined dance, technology and captivating projections to bring this mystical world to life at the Imaginate festival.  Every child wore a special woollen heart that lit up when it was time to take an active part in the show. Produced by Compagnia TPO. Photograph by Compagnia TPO.

The Adventurous Life of Sheep in Iceland by Compagnia TPO KINDUR at the Imaginate Festival

sculpture 6 anonymously left at the Scottish Storytelling Center in Edinburgh

Who Left A Tree, Then A Coffin In The Library?

Scotland Mystery Art A gift in support of libraries, books, works, ideas. Once upon a time there was a book and in the book was a nest and in the nest was an egg and in the egg was a dragon and in the dragon was a story.

This summer thousands of people across the UK, from professional to amateur dancers, young and old were involved in Big Dance 2012 - the UK’s biggest celebration of dance as part of the push to Get Scotland Dancing.    This specially commissioned film follows the events in Scotland's cities and captures the experiences of some of the participants.

This summer thousands of people across the UK, from professional to amateur dancers, young and old were involved in Big Dance 2012 - the UK’s biggest celebration…

"Above me bright blue sky" by Fevered Sleep (whom I like to call Fevered Sheep...) This is another example of blue...the atmosphere in the space was amazing, so warm and full.

"Above me bright blue sky" by Fevered Sleep (whom I like to call Fevered Sheep.the atmosphere in the space was amazing, so warm and full.

Northern Lights: Call to action

Northern Lights: Call to action

Buzzbeak in Shetland.    Part of Roofless by UZ Arts. Scotland’s biggest, most ambitious new street arts programme, designed to engage directly with local and regional communities across the country.

Buzzbeak in Shetland. Part of Roofless by UZ Arts. Scotland’s biggest, most ambitious new street arts programme, designed to engage directly with local and regional communities across the country.

Fringe by the Sea 2012

Fringe by the Sea 2012 - Promo

Edinburgh steps!

Martin Creed has paved an Edinburgh thoroughfare with richly coloured marble, bringing a splash of Italy to the city. It's the highlight of this year's art festival, says Jonathan Jones

Igntion by National Theatre Scotland.     Over the course of seven months from October 2012, all 23,000 inhabitants of Shetland are invited to explore our bittersweet relationship with the automobile - how it shapes us, defines us, supports us, frees us, challenges our attitudes towards our dwindling resources and, sometimes, kills us.

Theatre Without Walls

The Chair at the Shetland Folk Festival, the UK’s most northerly folk festival.  Regarded as a prestigious event for performers, locals and visitors alike, the festival is organised by a voluntary committee and prides itself in reaching out to even the most far-flung areas of Shetland with concerts organised throughout the isles.  Photograph by Lieve Boussauw.

The Shetland Folk Festival will be held between - May 2018 and as the UK's most northerly folk festival, it is regarded as a prestigious event for performers, locals and visitors alike.

La Clique Royale

La Clique Royale - The Queen’s Selection

Shambellie House, National Museum of Costume, New Abbey, Dumfries

Shambellie House, National Museum of Costume, New Abbey, Dumfries.

Jeremy Dellar's Sacrilege at GI Festival, photograph by Steven Robinson.

Glasgow International is a renowned biennial festival of contemporary visual art, which brings to the fore Glasgow’s strengths as a vibrant and unique centre of artistic production and display.

Shell is the debut feature film of writer and director Scott Graham. Filmed in  the spectacular landscape of the North West Highlands, this intense drama  stars Chloe Pirrie (nominated as Best British Newcomer at the 56th BFI  London Film Festival) and has since won Best Film at the 30th Turin Film  Festival, the International Film Critics FIPRESCI prize and the Holden School  Award. Shell is first feature from Glasgow-based Brocken Spectre and is produced by David Smith and Margaret…

Shell (2012)

Shell is the debut feature film of writer and director Scott Graham. Filmed in the spectacular landscape of the North West Highlands, this intense drama stars Chloe Pirrie (nominated as Best British Newcomer at the 56th BFI London Film Festival) and has since won Best Film at the 30th Turin Film Festival, the International Film Critics FIPRESCI prize and the Holden School Award. Shell is first feature from Glasgow-based Brocken Spectre and is produced by David Smith and Margaret…

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