Skytower is the latest sculpture by Scottish sculptor and installation artist Rob Mulholland. Located on a barren and windswept hillside in Central Scotland, Skytower reflects the power of nature.
If you’re suffering from withdrawal symptoms now that Aye Write! is over for another year, fear not, the book worm in you can feast to its hearts content at three more of Scotland’s best book festivals happening this May.
The streets of Glasgow’s fashionable West End will come alive this June to the sounds and smells of the West End Festival, one of Scotland’s most vibrant cultural events. It’s one big party. And everyone is invited!
Lauded by Vogue as ‘One to Watch’, already the toast of London fashion circles and now newly appointed Creative Director for Stirling 2014, Iona Crawford’s reputation as one of the most avant-garde young designers in Scotland today grows from strength to strength.
According to singer songwriter Dick Gaughan, one of the musicians performing at the first Shetland Folk Festival back in 1981, ‘This Festival requires a Government Health Warning – Nobody sleeps!’ With this year’s line-up including Skerryvore it’s clear to see why.
Aye Write! Glasgow’s Book Festival returns to the Mitchell Library for its eighth year from 12-20 April 2013. Bringing a stellar line-up of authors to the city, Aye Write! one of the largest literary festivals in the U.K., remains committed to celebrating Scottish authors.