Casting the Net is featured in the Selkirk Weekend Advertiser, great photograph of the restored Fifie.
Above you will find the Casting the Net diary. Starting 2pm on Saturday 23rd March in Selkirk with a live fish gutting demonstration in the town Square, all the Exhibitions will be open to the public. A diverse programme of events unfold over the two weeks in both Eyemouth and Selkirk, celebrating all that has come out of the project. Something for everyone over the two weeks!
Casting the Net: Coast to Inland (from 23rd March to 6th April, 2013)
Curated by Helen Douglas & Keith Alexander
Borders Arts Trust new project for 2013 invited artists in the Borders and beyond to submit proposals for new work to be made on the theme: Casting the Net: Coast to Inland. The project will go live to the public in empty shops and industrial spaces in Eyemouth and Selkirk for two weeks in spring 2013 (proposed dates 23rd March – 6th April).
The selected and invited works will explore some aspect of our relationship with the sea and fishing: how it shapes life on the coast and impacts inland, with the potential for connections and the flow of ideas in both directions. The works will also effectively engage with the concept, the materiality of place and relevant trades/crafts and the lives of the people living in Eyemouth and the Inland Borders.
In negotiation with local regeneration bodies Borders Arts Trust have fostered links and collaborations in order to to find spaces in both towns and to match artists with appropriate people and places.
Sam Bain | Stuart Delves | Rosy Eribé | Alice Francis
Mary Morrison Kevin Peden | Natasha Smith | Catriona Taylor
Mark Timmins | Jill Watson | Lawson Wood | James Wyness