Being convivial and gathering with food is important to us. These projects explore the global significance of local agriculture, aquaculture and cooking heritage - and ways of gatherings differently with food.
Alternative school projects - learning with art, experimental education and collective study.
These artist projects expose archival presences and absences in stories of Skye, Raasay and Lochalsh, working with stewards and gatherers of history
Stories from the Land
Tellings and retellings of land struggle, cultural erasure, landlordism, migration and colonial inheritance in the Highlands.
These projects are imagining, highlighting and enacting economic alternatives based on solidarity, cooperation, equity, ecology, democracy, degrowth and pluralism.