Artscapes UK in association with The Argyllshire Gathering and the Highland Society of London is delighted to present an evening of Scottish Art and Bagpiping in support of The Kilmartin Museum (Charity No. SCO22744) and The Argyll Piping Trust (Charity No. SCO12513).
Drawing from his recently published book “The Story of Scottish Art” artist, broadcaster and author Lachlan Goudie will explore some of the most fascinating interconnected chapters in Scottish art history. From the Neolithic to Pictish eras, and to the Glasgow Boys and Scottish Colourists this will be an eye-opening event that brings the richness of Scottish art history to life.
Featuring world-famous piper Stuart Liddell and one of his most promising pupils Chris McCartan (14 years old), our talk will be bookended by performances live from the magical setting of Kilmartin Glen.
£5 of the cost of each ticket sold will be donated in equal proportions to The Kilmartin Museum and The Argyll Piping Trust. If attendees wish to make larger contributions to either of the charities they should contact Hugh Nickerson, CEO of Artscapes UK, Chairman of the Argyll Piping Trust and Argyllshire Gathering and Highland Society member.
Date and time: 22nd October 2020 6:00pm – 7:30pm BST
Venue: Zoom webinar