|9th Apr 2022 to 10th Jul 2022|
|10am - 5pm|
Blackness Castle , Blackness EH49 7NH
|Included in the admission price|
|Visit the event website here|
Bringing together writers and artists from a variety of backgrounds along with archival material, this exhibition explores stories from people who shaped and were shaped by Scotland. Some of them lived simple lives, some of them paved the way for others, here they are all celebrated as part of Scotland's story.
The exhibition is part of Scotland's Year of Stories 2022 and features images from the HES archives as well as specially commissioned artworks.
Image credit: National Museums Scotland
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