Exploring the links between Scotland and the Nordic nations, this exhibition showcases wild Arctic seascapes, Icelandic lava fields, Denmark’s oldest allotment gardens, women fishing on the Baltic, and a subsidence-threatened Swedish mining town.
Lesley Riddoch is a great admirer of the Nordic way of life, co-founding the think tank Nordic Horizons with Scottish Government funding in 2010. Her book ‘Blossom: What Scotland Needs To Flourish’ explores how the Nordic nations manage to attain top places in international league tables of productivity, wellbeing, health and GDP. Her latest book, McSmorgasbord, written with Eberhard Bort, explores what post-Brexit Scotland can learn from the Nordics.
The exhibition will be on display in the John Gray Centre from Monday 13 November until Sunday 17 December. There are times when the Star Room (where some of the items are on display) will not be accessible: please check with the library before your visit.
Venue: The John Gray Centre, 15 Lodge Street, Haddington EH41 3DX
Monday 27 November 2017 9am - 7.30pm
Tuesday 28 November 2017 9am - 7.30pm
Wednesday 29 November 2017 10am - 5pm
Thursday 30 November 2017 9am - 7.30pm
Friday 1 December 2017 9am - 5pm
Saturday 2 December 2017 10am - 4pm
Sunday 3 December 2017 1pm - 4pm
For more information about this event,
Telephone: 01620 820682
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