Home   Inverurie   Article

Centre hosts Scottish dates for Guild exhibition

By David Porter

Following the Capability Brown exhibitions in 2016, the hugely successful Page 17 in 2017 and, more recently, the poignant 100 Hearts in 2018, the latest question posed to the members of the Embroiderer’s Guild was: “What does home mean to you?”

Is it a place of sanctuary, respite away from the busy world outside, a place of bricks and mortar or could it be any place for you and your family to gather?.

For some it meant a look at the growing issue of homelessness in society or how nature and the environment offer shelter and homes to us all.

Over 100 pieces of beautifully stitched memories of Home in a variety of mediums are now on show at the Garioch Heritage Centre, Loco Works Road, Inverurie as part of an exhibition which runs until Saturday, February 29.

This will be the only opportunity to see the exhibition in Scotland.

The display is open daily from Tuesday to Saturday from 11 am till 4 pm with entry priced at £2 per person.

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More