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03 Apr 2018


An exhibition by Artful Migration Artist-in-Residence, Angela Alexander-Lloyd

Exhibition runs: 29th April – 31st August 2018

Artist Talk: Wednesday 2nd May 3pm

Artful Migration is a residency programme being developed by Upland in partnership with Ginnie Wollaston of Moving Souls Dance along with support from WWT Caerlaverock and the RSPB.

Angela Alexander-Lloyd, an artist specialising in sound and video, was awarded the first Artful Migration Residency, which acts as a pilot to enable a rigorous underpinning for the development of the artist residency programme over the next 3 years. Between November 2017 and March 2018 Angela undertook a period of research at the reserve focusing on the Whooper Swans which migrate from Iceland to Dumfries & Galloway.

The exhibition is a culmination of Angela’s residency at WWT Caerlaverock and showcases a new body of work created specifically for the reserve.

Exhibition: The exhibition is open 29th April – 31st August

Artist Talk: Join us for a talk by Angela as she shares her experiences as Artist-in-Residence. This event is free but booking is essential. Booking for the talk will be open on Tuesday 3rd April  – please check back then and follow link to book.

Spring Fling: The exhibition will be open over Spring Fling weekend (26th – 28th May) and Angela will be onsite to talk to visitors about her work on Saturday 26th May, 10am-5pm.

All events take place at:

WWT Caerlaverock Eastpark Farm, Caerlaverock, Dumfriesshire, DG1 4RS
Open daily 10am – 5pm