Join poet and writer Rody Gorman on a short walk to Rubha nam Brathairean (Brothers Point) in the crofting township of Culnacnoc on the dramatic east coast of the Trotternish peninsular. During the excursion, Rody will be talking about his work and what inspires his creativity.
ABOUT RODY GORMAN
Rody Gorman was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1960 and now lives on the Isle of Skye, where he works as creative writing tutor and lecturer, and edits the annual Irish/Scottish poetry journal An Guth. He writes in both Irish and Scottish Gaelic and translates into and between those languages, and his own poetry has been translated into many languages.
ABOUT RUBHA NAM BRATHAIREAN
The most easterly point of the Trotternish peninsula on Skye and where dinosaur tracks were discovered a some years ago. A hidden gem.
To book call, email or text Rosie Somerville
All walks are FREE
GRID REFERENCE – NG516625
MEETING POINT – A855 Culnacnoc – in lay by north of Glenview Inn.
WHAT TO BRING
Suitable clothing and footwear for the conditions and packed lunch.
GRADE – B
A – Easy B – Intermediate C – Challenging
ATLAS Arts has collaborated with local walking groups and artists to curate a series of walks around the Isle of Skye and Lochalsh. This programme connects community, art and the environment through a series of walks designed to highlight different areas of Skye and Lochalsh and introduce participants to the work of local artists and how the environment inspires their creativity.