Fresh fish from Eyemouth ready to be filleted by Billy Clansman Aitchison in the Market Square
What a great start to the Casting the Net fortnight – thank you and well done to everyone involved in the Selkirk Opening Day, we had a great turn out to the venues and the fish gutting and over 60 people attended the live performance by James Wyness in Rowland’s (Selkirk).
Billy Clansman Aitchison in the Market Square, Selkirk, demonstrating the art of gutting and filleting fish & dressing crabs
s1 No. 1 Tower Street Open and ready for visitors, with around 30 visitors over the afternoon
s3 No. 48 West Port Open and ready for visitors, again busy and serving welcome refreshments
Installation in window and textile work on the pedestrian barrier outside Rowland’s by Casting the Net artist, Mark Timmins
Curator Helen Douglas with Casting the Net artist, Mary Morrison
Window installation (set of windows to the right of the front door) by Rowland’s (Selkirk) Youth Group
s4 24-26 West Port, Rowland’s (Selkirk) Opening Day:
The Rowland’s Youth group members and volunteers ran a great coffee afternoon which was kept very busy all afternoon, and was a great place to warm up and catch up with people while looking at the art installations they had made.
Curators of Casting the Net – Helen Douglas and Keith Alexander giving a speech at Rowland’s (Selkirk)
Everyone is looking forward to the countdown to Eyemouth next weekend…6 days to go!
(images by CtN volunteer photographer Isabell Buenz http://www.isabellbuenz.co.uk and curator Helen Douglas)