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CHARTS resources are continuously growing We're very keen for members to keep their website profiles current with fresh images and share project photographs with us, so that we can shout louder about who and where you are. We’ve got over 200 opportunities, over 500 members and 59 resources on the site now. Keep your work in the mix.

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Developing Community Engagement Projects webinar May 26

Our final webinar in this year’s Heritage series, Developing Community Engagement Projects with Emma Sutcliffe of Dunollie Museum, Castle & Grounds, is happening on Thursday 26 May, 1-2pm. Image: Dunollie Museum, Castle & Grounds

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Miller•Crossan at TIDES Festival 2022

Last month we celebrated the musical talents in Argyll and Bute at the  Corran Halls in Oban. As part of this Andrew and Robin of Miller•Crossan have written a blog for us sharing their experiences of the festival.

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Swimming at West Bay

As part of our Evolve Arts and Tourism project Hannah Clinch has partnered with local filmmaker Mike Blanco of Sure Shot Film to create a series of short films that explore the heritage of Beach huts on West Bay.

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TIDES DIGITAL MUSIC FESTIVAL 2022

Get ready for TIDES 2022, happening 3 March online at 7pm.

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Love Heritage

To mark the milestones and achievements of our young people on placement with Heritage Horizons we have organised Love Heritage, happening on Thursday 17 February from 4 - 5 pm. Love Heritage will allow other heritage organisations and young people to hear directly the stories and experiences of the young people working in the heritage sector.

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Tìr Ìseal nan Òran (Tiree: low land of song)

Tìr Ìseal nan Òran (Tiree: low land of song) is an island-wide creative project, taking place as part of Scotland’s Year of Stories 2022, which aims to celebrate and promote Tiree’s stories, heritage, culture and Gaelic language. Image: Turnbull's Survey of Tiree 1768/9

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Illuminations bring art and light to Argyll and Bute

Illuminations marked the birth date of St Colmcille on 7 December 521 AD and celebrated the artistic achievements of all of those supported by The Colmcille Legacy Award. Image: McCaig Tower, Oban, Colmcille Awards Projection Event June 2021, artwork by Bobbi Vetter.

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McCaig Tower, Oban, Colmcille Awards Projection Event June 2021, artwork by Alicia Hendrick.

From Celts to Victorians, Dunoon Grammar School visit Castle House Museum | Heritage Horizons

As part of our Heritage Horizons project with CHARTS, last month a group of S3 History pupils from Dunoon Grammar School took a class trip to the Castle House Museum.

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Message to the Earth: Out in the Mountains

Artist Judith Parrott, one of the Colmcille 1500 Award recipients with her work Rionnach Maoim : Cloud Shadows, has since gone on to create two new films that continue to explore the importance of Gaelic culture and its intrinsic connection to landscape.

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