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Tools for Survival: A conversation between artists Jenny Pope, Liz Douglas and Felicity Bristow (Ongoing Exhibition)
For this exhibition the artists will create new work that investigates ‘tools for survival’ with a specific focus on the rural environment of the Scottish Borders, using artefacts from the Hawick Museum archive and other relevant sources to question and challenge notions in a contemporary visual context. Liz Douglas: Her working practice involves researching material from the landscape at macro and micro level in order to make artwork using materials that resonate with her ideas. Liz Douglas acknowledges support towards…Find out more »
Exhibition. Styled in the Borders 2019 Borders Textile Towerhouse Admission freeFind out more »
From September 1 st to December 7 th Exhibition. The Wonders of Wool: Ann Smith Borders Textile Towerhouse Admission freeFind out more »
September 29 th to January 26 th 2020 My view through the lens: Steven Crozier Hawick Museum, Wilton Park Admission freeFind out more »
October 16 th to March 14 th 2020 Exhibition. Made by Pringle Borders Textile Towerhouse Admission freeFind out more »
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Demelza Kooij‘s award-winning Wolves from Above will be shown for the first time in a new exhibition context on Hawick High Street in November 2019. The film, which won a Jury Prize at the 2019 Ann Arbor Film Festival, captures the interactions and behaviours of a pack of wolves through a single drone shot, exploring spectatorship and the role of technology in defining human-animal relationships. The exhibition is part of Forage/Image, an Alchemy Film & Arts project exploring the relationship…Find out more »
Silent vigil on the Tower Knowe - Drumlanrig Bridge in Hawick. These peaceful Friday vigils are being held to raise awareness and stimulate discussion about the climate emergency. Everyone welcome. Organised by Fridays for Future and and Extinction Rebellion, Hawick affinity group.Find out more »
Bring up to 5 items of clothing or accessories to swap and give fast fashion the heave-ho!
Through this action we will reduce the impact of fast fashion on our environment whilst spreading the word about XR’s environmental actions for Mother Earth.
Let’s come together to share our clothes & feel inspired by our environmentally minded community.Find out more »
Charlotte and Heather Sterland’s music defies genre and boundaries, hinting at traditional folk music, but with strong classical and jazz elements. They use both their classical and electronic production knowledge to create unique live experiences – audience members might even play board games, or have their portraits painted! The duo are also influenced by the music they find as they travel, writing lyrics whilst on the road and collecting songs from the countries they visit, often performing them in their…Find out more »