Taking a Line… was an initiative which wove together strands of local heritage, geology, archaeology, arts, writing, performance and traditional skills in artists/writers journeys, exhibitions and participatory events and happening; shared and experienced within our community over the course of 9 months in 2010
Paticipatory arts event developed by
Susie Goodwin for Dunbar Arts Trust
Artists: Amy Winstanley; Irene […]
Helen Johnson’s Collaborative Weaving; (installed alongside the Kitting the Harbour) an accessible and inspiring skills sharing experience for all generations and abilities; the three unique panels each imbued with a tangible sense of place and time.
Nine days in August 2010 McArthurs Store Dunbar Harbour
Exhibited with the Knitted Harbour: Peter Potter Gallery in Oct 2010
John Muir’s […]
An Artists & Writers Journey
Inspired by Maggie Struckmeier (archaeology) also accompanied by Fiona McGibbon (Geologist) – Colin Will (Poet, Geologist & Botanist) – Laura Douglas (EL Coutryside Ranger)
A one day journey connecting practitioners with some of the remote and inspiring sites of our locality; followed by a week of studio collaboration
Image: Poet Colin Will at Whitecastle […]
Exhibition McArthurs Store Dunbar Harbour & also at John Muir’s Birthplace.
A Sea Road Lesleymay Miller & Ross Combe: collaborative installation at McArthurs fisherman’s store: Died barley & hidden poem 2010
Aileen Bannatyne, Amy Winstanley, Anna Davis, Carmen Ambrozevich, Catriona Blyth, Lucy Dunce, Helen Johnson, Irene Blair, Jonathan Freemantle, Judith Rowan, Lesleymay Miller, Ross Combe and Susie Goodwin.
Image: Ross Combe, Lesleymay Miller: ‘A Sea Road’ 2010