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We'd like to thank all the supporters, funders, collaborators, artists, partners and staff members who have helped ATLAS Arts create a vibrant programme of workshops, performances, screenings, installations, events and gatherings over the past year.

As our new team starts developing a programme for the coming years, we look forward to welcoming you to new projects and occasions in 2020, and hearing your thoughts on our work so far.
CLIMAVORE: On Tidal Zones
In 2020 CLIMAVORE: On Tidal Zones - a long-term project by ATLAS Arts and Cooking Sections (Daniel Fernández Pascual & Alon Schwabe) - continues, and enters Phase 3 of CLIMAVORE: Educate. A new series of apprenticeships will be announced in the new year in collaboration with Portree High School and various food and drinks establishments across Skye. 

CLIMAVORE talks and practical sessions also continue, most recently with Michael Smith, head chef at Loch Bay in Waternish, and Mania Pietrzak at The Skye Bakehouse. These workshops aim to foster knowledge of, and engagement with, sustainable aquaculture.

Huge congratulations to Cooking Sections, who were awarded the Special Prize at the 2019 Future Generation Art Prize. CLIMAVORE was also shortlisted for the 2019 Visible Award

A Crofters' Memorial by Henry Castle
ATLAS Publications
This autumn we were pleased to take delivery of A Crofter's Memorial - a publication which collates artist Henry Castle's investigation into the 19th-century crofters' land struggle across the Kilmuir Estate in Skye, a project undertaken in collaboration with Urras an Taobh Sear (Staffin Community Trust).

New ATLAS-supported publications this year also include Kirsty McKeown's FRONTIER WOMEN - an artistic document of our Women of Skye Wikipedia edit-a-thon, which aimed to address gender and geographical imbalance in the Wikipedia archive.
FRONTIER WOMEN by Kirsty McKeown
ATLAS Editions
Visit our editions website for an array of bespoke, limited edition multiples including prints and handcrafted furniture. Watch this space for new additions to the site in 2020.
New Team
ATLAS welcomed new Artistic Director Ainslie Roddick (above left) in December 2019. She was joined in the office by new Producer Heather Fulton (above right) following the departure of Shona Cameron in September 2019. ATLAS would like to thank Shona for all her brilliant work with us over the past 5 years.
Save the date
Join us at ATLAS HQ on Saturday 25 January from 12.30-4pm for a community lunch overlooking Portree Harbour. We'll be serving home-cooked hot food (and breaking in the new office kitchen). Drop in for a chat and feel free to bring a dish. 

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