The Bread Boy of Herculaneum

Posted by Nina Bacos




19/01/2024 11:02 - 03/03/2024 11:02


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The BreadBoy of Herculaneum Exhibition 

By artists Anna Bokström and Nina Bacos

Explore the impact of climate change through this international photographic project initiated in 2019 in rural communities in Sweden and Italy. The exhibited work, primarily developed over an extended period in the rural regions of Molise (Italy) and Småland (Sweden), is now expanding its focus to include projects in Argyll (Scotland).

Join us for Sunday talks (1-2 pm) and daily drop-in climate conversations (1-3 pm for the first two weeks, organized thereafter based on demand). Conversations follow SCAN's climate facilitation structure, inspired by the International Transition movement.

Topics include:

  • Food Growing
  • Data Collection for People and the Planet
  • Circular Economy
  • Worker's Co-op Development
  • Community-owned Renewable Energy
  • Presentation on the climate activist movement, by Swedish representatives from 
  • Mothers Rebellion 
  • Biochar and Carbon Literacy

Engage with local and non-local speakers as we discuss crisis awareness, collective and individual transitions, and community initiatives in Dunoon and Cowal.

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In Italy and Sweden, we have collaborated or been in conversations with Casa Pleadi, Bergkvara Konsthall , Torsås Municipality, Ödevata Gårdshotel, Diö Konsthall, and Svart Mylla. In Dunoon, our partners include Grow Food Dunoon, Bullwood Nature Trail, and Dunoon Burgh Hall

The work is commissioned by Cultural Documents with the financial support of Creative Scotland.


Dunoon Burgh Hall, 195 Argyll Street, Dunoon Argyll, PA23 7DD,

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