SCENE STIRLING DIGITAL COMMISSIONS EXHIBITION
SAT 4 SEP – SAT 18 SEP
Open Tuesdays – Saturdays 10am – 5pm. Tolbooth Café Bar will be open inside and out throughout the exhibition.
In early 2021, Scene Stirling awarded digital commissions to five local artists including creative writer Izzy Brims, choreographer and dancer Malcolm Sutherland, illustrator David Galletly, sculptor Ken Elliott and multi-disciplinary artist Jules McAllister. The aim of the project was to address the impact of digital exclusion on the creative and cultural community in Stirling caused by the current COVID-19 pandemic. As part of the programme, each creative was matched with a leading industry mentor to ensure the success of their project and received a £1,500 bursary, including professional training to build their digital skills and knowledge.
Find out how each artist transformed their practice through digital and experience their final work at the Tolbooth Gallery.
In person screening + Q&A in Tolbooth Auditorium on Fri 3rd Sep, 7pm.
In-person screening of digital commission films and exhibition preview.
Scotland has moved out of the levels system. Everyone should continue to act carefully and remain cautious.
All visitors to Tolbooth Gallery will be required to wear a face covering to stay safe and protect others. Guidance on face covering exemptions is available from the Scottish Government here. Tolbooth Gallery operates on a capacity of 6 people at a time.
QR code contacting tracing is operated by Stirling Council at Tolbooth and we are asking visitors and staff to provide contact details each time they are in one of our buildings. All that we require is a name, and a contact number or email. This information is deleted after 21 days.
All government guidance in relation to covid 19 is being implemented, and we will continue to monitor the situation and make any changes required. Current government advice can be found here – https://www.gov.scot/coronavirus-covid-19/
Jail Wynd, Stirling, FK8 1DE
+44 (0)1786 27 4000