Events – April and May, 2018

Amphorae and Bowls

Amphorae and Bowls

A busy couple of months are coming up, with an exhibition of my amphora paintings  at Corks on Columbus, New York, opening on April 13. Paintings can be seen here –

And after a fantastic premiere of my latest documentaries about sustainable food and fishing in Scotland at Edinburgh University, with the support of Nourish Scotland, Transition Edinburgh, Slow Food Youth Network Scotland, Open Seas, Scottish Creel Fishermen’s Federation, Keltic Seafare, Transition Black Isle and others, screenings will be happening in NY, NJ, Toronto, London, and Glasgow in April and May. Some final details are being worked out and more screenings might happen too, and this post will be updated accordingly.

Exhibition opening April 13, 5:30-8pm – Amphora Paintings at Corks on Columbus, 313 Columbus Avenue, NY, NY 10023. From April 13 – May 2, 2018. Mon-Thur 11:00am – 9:00pm, Fri-Sat 11:00am – 9:30pm, Sun 12:00pm – 8:00pm

The Fish in the Sea

April 13, 1-3pm, New York University, screening of The Fish in the Sea. NYU staff and students get first priority, but there may be a few extra places.

April 21 – Highlands Dinner Club and Judy Ross host The Fish in the Seas screening-dinner using locally sourced, sustainable fish and seafood. Tickets and info –

April 24 – The Black Isle and The Fish in the Sea screening-dinner at The Caledonian in Toronto. Admission $6.50, does not include food and drink. Tickets –

May 10, London – IFSTAL is hosting a screening of The Fish in the Sea, to be followed by a panel discussion.

May 20, 5:15pm. Inverness – Eden Court will be screening The Black Isle and The Fish in the Sea followed by a panel discussion on sustainable food production.

May 23, The Black Isle and The Fish in the Sea will be screened at the CCA, Glasgow. Free tickets available –

More events being planned, stay tuned.

The Black Isle – Trailer

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