News from the Arran Arts Heritage Trail

The project begins – Arran, Art and the challenges of 2020 Article originally posted on the Arran Arts Heritage Trail Project (AAHT) website by Alex Boyd. The Isle of Arran, often referred to as ‘Scotland in Miniature’ offers much to visitors, from the ancient standing stones of Machrie Moor, to the towering mountains at the …

McLellan Arts Festival postponed until 2021

A message from the Arran Theatre and Arts Trust: It is with great sadness that we at the Arran Theatre and Arts Trust have decided to postpone this year’s McLellan Arts Festival. We have been watching the developing situation closely and we have concluded that it would be both risky and irresponsible to hold a …

The Arran Arts Heritage Trail

Arran Theatre and Arts Trust have exciting news about the Arts Heritage Trail they are developing and are looking for people to help see this new project come to life. (Featured image shows a painting by Thomas Dudgeon, of Brodick castle from the waterfront 1878).  Arran Theatre and Arts Trust has received initial support from …

Arran Theatre and Arts Trust are recruiting

Arran Theatre and Arts Trust are looking for three project workers to help develop a new Arts Heritage Trail for the island. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a new project that aims to celebrate the many artists who have lived or visited Arran and been inspired by the island. There are …

Arts Coordinator back in post at the Arran Theatre and Arts Trust

Eileen Kerr, project coordinator of the Arran Theatre and Arts Trust, is back in post and here she tells us about the organisation’s plans for the coming year and shares her vision for arts on Arran. She would love to hear from readers with ideas they have for the arts on the island, her contact …