Exhibition at old Rockfield

Rockfield exhibition old buildingtalc.’s young artists will exhibit alongside Rockfield’s artists this weekend in the old Rockfield building (projects: Celebrate Art, land under water & soundjects and resonant spaces). The young people will present their art works on Sat 8 & Sun 9 December, 12-3pm. Please book a tour to see amazing art! http://therockfieldcentre.eventbrite.com/

Celebrate ART

Celebrate ArtJoin us to Celebrate ART: exhibition & showcase as part of the Year of Young People 2018. An exhibition celebrating the talent and creativity of young people from Edinburgh (Fruitmarket Gallery), Glasgow (Tramway) and Argyll (talc.) will take place at Maryhill Burgh Halls in Glasgow over the weekend of 24/25 November, 1-4pm, as part of …Read More

Work Tasters

worktastertalc.’s trainee Isaac just came back from his work tasters at A&B council, Planning Department and the architectural firm Darton B3 – now young artists Isla and Ieva will start realising their fashion designs during a pop-up sewing studio at Rockfiield with experienced textile & fashion designer Breege Smyth.

Going to Art School

ArtSchoolAll the best of luck for a new start! Some of talc.’s former young artists and participants of talc.’s portfolio sessions are heading off to arts college this month: Grace Carroll to Glasgow School of Arts (Communication Design), Niamh Adams McGilp (Textile Design) and Katie Luxmoore (Fashion Design) will go to Galashiels (Hariot-Watt School of Textiles …Read More

Collaboration with BBC SSO

BBCSSOThe BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra take up a week-long residency in and around Campbeltown. In the coming weeks local school pupils from Campbeltown Grammar School will be working with BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in collaboration with Templar Arts and Leisure Centre, Tarbert (talc.) to create animations and posters for the residency, using a musical theme to explore their experiences …Read More

A’Chruach Logo

windfarmlogotalc.’s trainee Grace Carroll created three logo designs for the A’Chruach Community Fund (organised by Artmap) with support of one of talc.’s digital artists,. On Foundation Scotland’s website you can vote until 28th September, which one of the logos you like best: https://www.foundationscotland.org.uk/communities/…/achruach

Looking for the Absolute

absolutetalc.’s trainees Grace Carroll, Isaac Stanesby and young artist Isla Fowler created models of an utopian nature for the eca exhibition LOOKING FOR THE ABSOLUTE in collaboration with talc.’s tutor’s Stefan Baumberger, Nicole Heidtke and Sian MacQueen. Contemporary artists and architects have taken inspiration from the utopian Expressionism of the Gläserne Kette or Glass Chain correspondence; collaborating on new work that answers their …Read More