It’s the Skin You’re Living In installation tour 2013 – David Harradine / Fevered Sleep / Fuel

See the film here, via Fevered Sleep

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  See the film here: It’s the Skin You’re Living In It’s the Skin You’re Living In is a multi-format film project, that explores and challenges existing images of climate change.  Shot in a series of locations from the islands of Svalbard in the High Arctic to a kitchen in a house in London – via... Read More ›

Air falbh leis na h-eòin – Away with the Birds: Tectonics Festival, Culture Show

11 May 2013

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 9 voice version of Air falbh leis na h-eòin (Guth na h-eoòin/Voice of the Bird) ‘highlight’ of Glasgow Tectonics Festival 2013! Hanna and the birds in the Scotsman: http://www.scotsman.com/lifestyle/music/news-and-features/celebrating-birdsong-the-colour-and-complexity-of-avian-airs-1-2915930 Hanna on the Culture Show with Janice Forsyth  http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01s8vt9     ‘A complete and immersive evocation of place and sense, an attempted re-imagining of wilderness landscapes both... Read More ›

Bird Yarns inspires ‘Tern’, by musician Mick Slaven: Listen here

Deirdre Nelson: Artist Diary March 2013

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Tern, written and performed by Mick Slaven   Listen here Copyright control Mick Slaven, 2013:  www.trickyhat.com/mick-slaven.html Riding the Breeze Bird Yarns made a brief landing at Letham Nights in Fife late last year and managed to share the stage with Coal Town Daisies and The Bevvy Sisters. Letham nights aims to bring high quality music to... Read More ›

Bird Yarns. Deirdre Nelson

Artist Diary - Arctic terns descend on Glasgow Botanics!

Photo by Deirdre Nelson

  Birdyarns is gathering supporters and followers with each and every landing, each time making connections in new, exciting and unexpected ways . Recently singer Jo Mango (uk.myspace.com/jomango) got in touch having spotted Creative Scotland’s post about the birds landing in Glasgow. Much of her songwriting involves birds in one way or another so she... Read More ›

Who’s Involved

Sea Change 2012 About the Programme Cape Farewell’s Sea Change (Tionndadh na Mara) began with a gathering of 50 artists and scientists from across the UK at Cove Park in 2010, followed by a four-week sailing expedition with Marine Conservation Research across the western isles in 2011. In 2012 artists will work with local communities... Read More ›