|Class Schedule for Spring Term 2017|
term, classes run for ten weeks unless stated otherwise. Classes will
commence in the week beginning Monday 1st May. There
will be no half term break this term.
|YES Arts Festival 2015 - full program available here|
|Landscapes and Seascapes Exhibition (by Patricia Sadler and Helen Tabor)|
|Wednesday 9th to Saturday 19th September, 11am to 4pm|
in the Scottish Borders, Patricia Sadler draws inspiration
from the land and seascapes of Northumberland, the Scottish Borders, Scotland’s
west coast and the Hebridean isles. She paints in a free and fluid style
using watercolour, acrylic and mixed media, always searching for an emotional
response which leads the mind beyond what the eye perceives. Patricia’s
work is widely collected, and has feature in both solo and group exhibitions
throughout the UK.
|Helen Tabor is a painter who lives and works in the Borders. Born in Middlesex, Helen studied English and History at York University, then spent a number of years teaching in the UK and in the Himalayas before settling in Scotland in 1992. Since then she has concentrated on her career as a painter (as well as rearing three children), exhibiting widely in the UK, Germany and Denmark. All her work is oil on canvas or board, with subject matter varying according to what she finds inspiring at the time – usually landscapes, seascapes, and images from her travels.|
of 'The Adventures of Isabel'
An exciting dance performance for younger audiences and families
30th July at 2.00 pm.
All tickets £5 For ages 2 - 7 years and their families.
Supported by Borders LIVE Touring
|Recent Events 2014|
Guardians and Kings
Archaeology, History & Performing Arts: A project for young people aged 11-25 years
|June/July 2014, at Selkirk Castle and The Studio on The Green|
Castles, Guardians and Kings project is for young people aged 11 - 25 years
who wish to explore and develop skills in Archaeology, History and the Performing
This is an exciting opportunity to investigate the heritage and connections of past communities with life in the 21st century. Through archaeological research and hands-on practice we shall explore the sites of Selkirk Castle and Howden Motte.
information, please click here (PDF).
|Recent Events 2013|
|The Nomad's Tent Road Show|
Exhibition of Oriental Rugs, Kilims and Artefacts from The Nomads Tent
Arts Festival (Yarrow, Ettrick, Selkirk)
Rhymers Reel Ceilidh Band At Lindean Hall
Our latest fundraising ceilidh was a real success with £530 being raised towards rennovating the Studio floor. Many thanks to all of those involved for their support.
Dance Residency with Ian Spink, Alan Paterson and Company.
Ways to Walk Towards Yourself