Pictish Stones Workshop

February 8, 2020 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Elgin Museum
1 High Street

Fragment of pictish cross slab

Pictish Stones Workshop

Saturday 8th February 2020, 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm

Elgin Museum Side Hall

Join sculptor Mary Bourne at Elgin Museum to learn more about the art and process of Pictish carved stones at this hands-on workshop. Learn about Pictish stones and the symbols used, see how they might have been carved, and design your own Pictish symbols to create a slate plaque.

The workshop is suitable for over-16s only. Places are limited, so book now to avoid disappointment! Tickets can be booked through our Eventbrite page.

This workshop is a free workshop offered thanks to the support of Findhorn Bay Arts and Discover Moray’s Great Places.

For more information, please contact: elginmuseumevents@gmail.com

About Mary Bourne

Mary Bourne is a visual artist whose work considers how we live in our world. Based in the North East of Scotland, the major theme in her work is our environment and how we relate to it, both physically and subjectively. Trained at Edinburgh College of Art and a John Kinross Scholar in 1985, her professional experience has included numerous public commissions, including interpretative artworks at Bennachie, Aberdeenshire; Mallerstang, East Cumbria and Mugdock Country Park, Milngavie. She has worked with high profile architects like Page/Park (Eden Court Theatre) and Malcolm Fraser (Scottish Poetry Library), as well as with the Scottish Historic Buildings Trust and Historic Environment Scotland on a contemporary carving project for the 16th century Riddle’s Court on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile.



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