Invisible Dust

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What’s On – Shore: How We See The Sea


13/07/2018


Image: Seagull ‘Chladach’ film still © Margaret Salmon 2018, courtesy of Invisible Dust.

Friday 20th July, 1.45 – 9.30pm
The Screen Machine at Auchrannie Resort, Brodick, Isle of Arran KA27 8BZ.

Join us at the launch event for ‘Shore: How We See The Sea‘. World premiere of new films by artists Margaret Salmon and Ed Webb-Ingall, shot on location in Wester Ross and Arran exploring coastal and island communities’ responses to the Scottish Marine Protected Areas.

A whole day of activities, suitable for all. Join us to watch the films, take a closer look at the shore with COAST, and take part in a range of marine science activities suitable for all ages.

1.45pm
Watch the premiere of touring Shore films by artists Margaret Salmon and Ed Webb-Ingall exploring the Marine Protected Areas around Arran and Wester Ross. (duration 70 mins, recommended PG) £5 (£3).
At The Screen Machine. Book tickets here > https://www.screenmachine.co.uk/locations/brodick/

3 – 4.15pm
Be a citizen scientist with films and activities led by COAST including a touch tank with sea creatures from the Clyde and a chance to take a microscopic look at the sea.
At Brodick Hall. Refreshments will be available. FREE, no need to book.

3 – 4.15pm
‘How We See the Sea’ – record a sea story with Local Voices.
At the shore by Brodick Hall. FREE, no need to book.

3.15pm, 3.30pm and 4pm – Rockpooling sessions with Arran Coast. At the shore by Brodick Hall. FREE, book on the day.

5.30pm
Repeat screening of Shore films with artists’ Q&A. £5 (£3)
At The Screen Machine. Book tickets here > https://www.screenmachine.co.uk/locations/brodick/

8.30pm
Screening of ‘Made by the Sea’
As part of the ‘Shore: How We See the Sea’ launch day, join award-winning curator Shona Thomson from A Kind of Seeing for a fascinating big screen presentation of life on Scotland’s coasts and seas with a unique selection of archive films, including a taste of Arran island life from the 1950s. (duration 70 mins, recommended PG)
£7.50 (£5.50). At The Screen Machine. Book tickets here > https://www.screenmachine.co.uk/locations/brodick/

‘Shore: How We See The Sea’ is curated and produced by Invisible Dust and is funded by Creative Scotland with the additional support of the Wellcome Trust and scientific partners Scottish National Heritage, The Scottish Association for Marine Science, and The University of Edinburgh.

The films will be toured in partnership with LUX Scotland and Regional Screen Scotland. Find out more about the tour here.

https://www.shorescotland.com/

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