The 2018 AGM was held on March 23rd on the occasion of the launch preview of the Members’ Photographic Exhibition, this year with the theme of ‘The Land’. The AGM reported on considerable progress with a new fully insulated interior wall at the west end of the building, a new air source heat pump heating [...]
The Charman’s Report for 2016 was delivered to the membership at a meeting in late December. The year has been extremely successful, but the future is now in considerable doubt as funding for running Highlife Highland Exhibitions has now disappeared entirely after this coming year, and halved to 2017.
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I attach a “good news” newsletter – we were winners yesterday in a competition for funds!
Read the newsletter and find out a little bit more about what we won.
Our opening exhibition for members in the Iona Gallery this year – a new venture in response to a request from members.
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I attach a newsletter with information about a splendid exhibition in the Iona Gallery this weekend – 3rd and 4th February.
Lovely art and craft works by SBSA members and the Spey Art Group, and students at the High Schools in Kingussie and Grantown.
Pre-opening photos of some of the exhibits in the [...]Continue Reading →
One of our director’s had an exhibition in the Scottish Parliament this week. It was Ann Vastano from Aviemore, and her beautiful landscapes celebrating 10 years of the Cairngorms National Park. It was a big event with friends, family and several SBSA members who went down to be there to support Ann. Fergus Ewing [...]Continue Reading →
We have just heard that Foundation Scotland have awarded us a grant for our Homecoming Scotland 2014 Textile Project. This means we can offer more workshops for young people and adults with learning needs; better and advertising and we can send our exhibits to Canada for exhibition. The theme of the workshop is “What [...]Continue Reading →
This picture shows the 9 artworks that were created by participants on Anisa’s workshop back in the summer.
“The essence of all beautiful art, all great art, is gratitude” Friedrich Nietzsche, was the inspiration for this workshop.Continue Reading →
PLEASE NOTE opening hours may change for different exhibitions and events. Check in local press and posters for individual shows.
All exhibitions are free to enter. If you would like to join our art society, please look on the members page for details.
New opening hours for High Life Highland Exhibitions:
Open: 1.00pm - 5.00pm Monday through to Saturday inclusive
Please check events listings for any changes to these times and for other exhibitions.
Please note that the gallery may be closed for longer periods during the winter months, and between exhibitions, so it is advisable to look on the Exhibitions and Events page before planning your trip.