Where the Pools are Bright and Deep

Working the Tweed artists Kate Foster and Jules Horne have contributed to this exhibition which takes a delightful look at the joys and challenges of fly fishing on the Ettrick, Yarrow and Tweed.

Angling artefacts and curiosities from Scottish Borders Council Museums Service, Selkirk and District Angling Association and Private Collections.

Many thanks go to David Mitchell from Selkirk and District Angling Association for agreeing to be interviewed and to the Tweed Foundation  that gave their time to Kate and Jules to explain about their  fish scale research activities.

Robson Gallery
Friday 29th March – Sunday 5th May 2013
Mon- Sat 11 – 4pm
Sun 12 – 3pm

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Sea Trout Seminar by the Tweed Foundation

7pm, Wednesday 27th March 2013

Ednam House Hotel, Kelso

The Tweed Foundation is holding a seminar on Sea-trout.

The FREE evening seminar will explore new and recent discoveries about the Tweed’s Sea-trout.

Over the past three years, as part of a international partnership study with countries bordering the North Sea, The Tweed Foundation and others have been working to further our understanding of Sea-trout movement and stock components.

Sea-Trout-Seminar-Mar-2013-Poster

 

Estonia Event with Working the Tweed Artists

Interested in finding out about international artists’ residencies? Come along to Hawick’s Tower Mill for a CABN event on Estonia by three of the Working The Tweed artists, who have spent time there.

Setu Michaelmas Celebrations4th April 2013 6.30-8.30pm
Room 205, Tower Mill, Heart of Hawick

In October 2012, Kate Foster, Jules Horne and James Wyness travelled from the Borders to spend two weeks working at the inspiring MoKS Centre for Art & Social Practice in Estonia, supported by the Creative Arts Business Network.

Teatri Kodu in EstoniaThis is a chance to hear firsthand about their experiences in Estonia, how they responded to the impressions and surroundings of MoKS, and more about how the MoKS model works. It’s also an opportunity to discuss how residencies develop artistic practice, and what links we can make now and in the future with international residency programmes. MoKS is set in Mooste – a very rural part of Estonia – and there were many intriguing parallels and differences with respect to the Borders.

This event is free and refreshments will be provided.MoKS in Estonia

To book a place, please email kay.mccluskey@scotborders.gov.uk before 28th March 2013.