Projects moving forward

In March 2018  a Lorn Islands Partnership training day on Augmented Reality technology for interpreting the landscapes, human histories and natural histories of the four islands took place in Oban, as a result of which the Trust is taking the idea forward to explore the potential for use for visitors to Luing. For this, we have invited Steve Pardue, who led the creation of the fourteen interpretive panels around the island, to come back and explore this potential with us.

At the same time the Art Trail project is taking shape.  Many have already seen the slate mosaics created by Dugie MacInnes to interpret landscape and seascape views that will be positioned in three places around the island, alongside a series of paintings by Pauline Justin and Birgit Whitmore that will interpret the same landscape and seascape views from a painter’s perspective.  Funding is required for the next stage to put these in place, but we hope this will be just the start of a more extensive Art Trail developing over the coming years, involving more local artists contributing their work.

 

 

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