My mother calls me to tell me how much she liked to read the publication with the stories of the Southsiders. I had just given it to her an hour earlier. I tell her I will forward the compliment. Continue reading article →
Following the great success of last year, the Buccleuch Free Church of Scotland are again hosting Doors Open Day in partnership with the Causey Development Trust, simultaneously with the Buccleuch Festival. Get the full story behind two of the beautiful historic buildings acting as the backdrop for the outdoor portrait exhibition.
A free performance marking the culmination of a six-month intergenerational storytelling project sharing stories through music, dance and words. Come and hear the fascinating stories of events that took place on the site of the Festival Theatre’s new Studio venue and in the wider Southside area.
I often question how long portraiture will remain relevant as a genre in this age of digital immediacy. But as a lifelong photographer I’m always reminded that a portrait will never fail to be pertinent because of our self-reflexive instinct to study the face of another and recognise it as our own.
Coogate Nursery – gone
Starkey’s – gone
Green Tree – gone
The Rag Store – gone
Phillips – gone
St Ann’s School – gone
The front of St Patrick’s – gone
The Snuff Box – gone
Casey’s – gone
Now I’m – gone
P. S. Remember and send this to me if I go senile.