For the next online screening in the ONE WORK series we present Rae-Yen Song’s film ‘wūûūwūûū’ (2021), which is available to view for the month of July. Rae-Yen Song will join Programme Assistant, Edward Gwyn Jones, for an online discussion on the work on Thursday, 28 July, at 7:30pm. Find more information and to book a place at the discussion here.
We’re delighted to present a special screening held to coincide with the unveiling of a Historic Environment Scotland commemorative plaque at the birthplace of filmmaker and poet, Margaret Tait. The screening will be introduced by Sarah Neely (Director, ‘Margaret Tait 100’) and will be followed by a short Q&A. ‘Margaret Tait: Origins and Influences’ will take place at The Phoenix Cinema at The Pickaquoy Centre, Kirkwall, Orkney, on Thursday 14 July at 6pm. Tickets are free, and available to book via our eventrbite booking link.
Artist Julia Parks will lead this cameraless filmmaking and 16mm filmmaking workshop at The Pier Arts Centre in Stromness, Orkney. Participants will explore some DIY approaches to cameraless filmmaking techniques including using plants, mark making and found footage. The group will also be introduced to using a Bolex camera and shoot some 16mm film which will be developed following the workshop.
We are delighted to present a screening of three 16mm works by Julia Parks at The Pier Arts Centre, Stromness, Orkney, on Friday 15 June at 6pm-7pm. Tickets are free and available to book via Eventbrite.
For our July ONE WORK event, Rae-Yen Song will discuss their recent work ‘wūûūwūûū’ (2020). The work is available to view on the LUX Scotland website for the month of July, with Captions by Rae-Yen Song, Collective Text, Bea Webster, Emilia Beatriz and Valery Tough; and Audio Description by Rae-Yen Song, Collective Text, Elaine Lillian Joseph, in conversation with Quiplash.