A Maritime Day will be held in Kyle in early autumn.
On Saturday 8 September, the event will take place at Kyle Lifeboat Station on the pier at the pontoons.
An internationally-renowned artist will perform at sunrise this August.
Norwegian performer, Caroline Bergvall, has worked in collaboration with Gaelic speakers on the island to devise a powerful and entrancing piece - Ragadawn.
Presented by ATLAS Arts, the piece will feature interweaving music, text and voice to be performed between dawn and sunrise in the grounds of Sabhal Mòr Ostaig on Saturday 25th August 2018.
The Sound of Sleat and the Knoydart Peninsula will provide a spectacular backdrop for Bergvall's work which melds nature and song together. It is a multi-sensory composition for two voices (spoken and sung) incorporating multiple languages - including Gaelic - and electronic frequencies to accompany and celebrate the rising of day.
The South Skye Camera Club are having an art exhibition of members photographs from 9th - 27th July, open daily 9am-9pm in The Atrium, Arainn Chaluim Chille, Sabhal Mor Ostaig.
The South Skye Camera Club was formed in early 2013 to bring together photographers from all over south Skye who want to share and learn more about the art. The club now has over 30 members of all ages and from all walks of life, interested in all aspects of photography – from film to digital, from traditional landscapes to contemporary images, they meet every second Wednesday in Sabhal Mor Ostaig.
If you'd like to find out more about The South Skye Camera Club visit www.southskyecameraclub.org.uk
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