Arctic Arts Summit 2019

Arctic Arts Summit 2019

By Maria Huhmarniemi & Moira Douranou – Following the inaugural Summit, which was held in Harstad, Norway, in 2017, this year’s Arctic Arts Summit presents and focuses upon the Arctic as seen as a 'laboratory' in which sustainable art and cultural policy is developed in collaboration with all of the Arctic countries. The key aim of the Arctic Arts Summit 2019 is to support the arts and cultural sectors in a circumpolar collaboration…

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There’s Salt in Our Blood

There’s Salt in Our Blood

“Much of Scotland is within a stone’s throw of a fishing community,” writes Morna Young, whose stage play, Lost at Sea, aims to shine a light on the unheard stories from both past decades and the present. “Showcasing my play alongside Corey Arnold’s photographs feels like a timely and enriching opportunity to fully reflect all facades,” she adds. Corey Arnold is a photographer and commercial fisherman by trade. He has worked seasonally as a commercial fisherman in Alaska since 1995, including seven years of crabbing in the Bering Sea aboard the f/v Rollo.

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