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The Doric Board gie’ their warm wishes an’ mony congratulations to Aaron Gale an Jackie Ross fa wun the Culture Award at the Inspiring Aberdeenshire Awards.
The richness and diversity of the North East’s Doric culture is set to come under the spotlight once again, thanks to the launch of the Doric Board New Year Awards 2024.
The job o the Scots Scriever – enablit bi Creative Scotland alang wi the National Library o Scotland – ettles tae help wi the scrievin o original wark in Scots, an tae help spreid the word o how Scots maun be yaised in creative warks o different kinds. The 2023-24 Scriever will celebrate the Scots o Dumfries an Gallowa, an area weel-kent for it’s connections wi scrievin in Scots frae Robert Burns tae William Neill.” FIN OOT MAIR
Oor inaugural Flora Garry Lecture in New Deer Church Centre wis deen on 29th o’ September 2023.
It’s Lammas time an wir celebratin the Hairst in this programme. Faan we look ower the stubble parks, wir seein the results o generations o lifetimes experience.
In this edition wir hairstin language, lore an music. Wir celebratin the Scots Language Awards wi Simon Thoumire, an Steve Byrne taks a close look at fit the new Scottish Languages Bill micht bring tae the fore.
The Scottish International Storytelling Festival’s (13-29 Oct) new podcast series Another Story is the festival’s first ever podcast series. It includes six insightful and entertaining episodes featuring some of this year’s festival performers reading their favourite stories….
Fit rare tae see sae mony fowk fae the northeast get recognition in this years awards.
Mony Congratulations to the Toulmin Prize winners for 2023.
Tracy Geddes and Rachel Matheson are baith winners ess ‘ear.
The winners of the Scots Language Awards 2023 were unveiled at a celebratory ceremony
The 48 Hour Film Project an’.SHMU poodly present a nicht o’ cracking wee short films showcasing the beezers o’ local filmmaking talent!
The screening will be followed by a Q & A with the filmmakers and networking drinks in the bar.
A fair pucklie o’ oor ain Doric Film Festival winners will be featured in the evening.
Dinna miss iss ane! The Flora Garry Memorial Lecture - A North East Hairst A New Event from the Doric Board. Plans to stage a brand-new event inspired by one of the North East’s most important...
Check oot iss great wee video o’ Aaron Gale’s bookie, ‘Aul McDonald Hid a Fairm’ sang and told by Aaron Gale and Jackie Ross. Funded by The Doric Board