Thurs 19 – Sun 22 March 2009 in St Andrews Town Hall foyer, from 10am to 5pm –
‘As Others See Us’ is a projection of portraits of Scots prominent in their field, created in response to Robert Burns. Sitters ranging from Edwin Morgan to Hardeep Singh Kohli, from Peter Capaldi to Eddi Reader respond to a Burns quote, communicating their own view of the relevance of Burns today.
Tricia Malley and Ross Gillespie (collectively known as broad daylight) have worked together for some 20 years. The main body of their work is the production of high quality creative images and innovative portraiture. They have had 4 major photographic portraiture exhibitions as well as producing the imagery for the book Rebus’s Scotland (2005) which they worked on in conjunction with the crime writer Ian Rankin. To view some of their work click here to visit their website.
Image by broad daylight of Eddie Reader
Presented by StAnza 2009 – Scotland’s International Poetry Festival. For full details about StAnza events, please click here to visit their website (where there is also a downloadable pdf version of 2009’s listings), or email FCA&C for a full programme (making sure to give your postal address). StAnza’s box office is at the Byre Theatre, St Andrews, and tickets can be booked online via StAnza’s website.