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Gallery Talk - How to 'Start a Renaissance. Now.'
14:00 on 6 October 2018
The Junor Gallery
How to ‘Start a Renaissance. Now’ [quotation from poem ‘Scotland’s Voices’ by Alan Riach]
From ‘Lucky Poet: A Self-Study in Literature and Political Ideas, being the Autobiography of Hugh MacDiarmid’ to the exhibition’s Hamish Henderson, Sorley MacLean, George Mackay Brown, to the present day. Artists are aware of their social responsibility and like all creative thinkers are drawn to the political life of their time . . . come and join in the discussion, debate, exploration! £3./donation on the door. All welcome.
The Junor Gallery supports the SCAN Manifesto: WE recognise that artists inspire agency and change within their communities and play an essential role in public life.