Atlas Arts




Lunchtime Talk: Andrew Black

Revenge Fantasy, Still, Andrew Black.

23 February 2021



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Join us on the 23rd February at 1pm for an artist talk with Andrew Black.

These lunchtime talks throughout February and March bring together a range of artists and speakers who are reflecting on the history, heritage and reality of life in the Highlands and Islands. These informal get-togethers are open to anyone – sit back and listen or get involved as we talk more about artist practice on Skye and the complexity and brilliance of rural life.

Across the programme, expect discussions about community film making, deep archival investigations and curatorial research invested strongly in our locale. 

As part of his Plural Futures Community Film Project, Andrew Black will be sharing more about the process of making his new film on Skye, and his wider artistic practice.

Pooling together learning about the connections between crofting, land struggle, changes in Gaelic culture, economic pressures, colonial wealth, and activism on Skye, Andy will share more about the process of making the film and the texts, resources, stories and recollections he’s encountered from across the island so far.

And, if you live on Skye and Lochalsh and might be interested in speaking to Andy about the film directly, or to share your thoughts, please get in touch – we’d love to hear from you.

Talks begin at 1pm, take place online, and are free and open to all.

If we can make it easier for you to attend this event or help with access please get in touch with admin@atlasarts.org.uk in advance of the talk.