at our modern and comfortable traditional cottages on Easdale island in the heart of the Hebrides.
locally-sourced, freshly-prepared home cooked meals in a convivial setting on Scotland’s west coast.
creative skills directly from artists and top industry professionals on our short residential courses.
Following on from the success of our 2019 programme, we are delighted to announce that we will be running a series of creative courses in photography, writing and screendance on the island in 2020.
It will be a busy year creatively on Easdale island. Our popular short, residential photography courses return for a fourth year in June, hosted again by Colin McPherson and Adam Lee. This year we will be running two separate courses, one aimed at those who want to master some of the bascis of photography and the other for people who want to advance the creative possibilities of their practice. We are also delighted to announce the return to Easdale of internationally-acclaimed screendance artist and filmmaker Katrina McPherson, who will host a five-day course in June. Finally, award-winning journalist and writer Louise Tickle returns to host her course entitled ‘writing to challenge and change your world’ also in June.
We welcome questions and enquiries about all our courses, which are open and accessible to a wide range of people, whatever their skill levels and interests. We will provide you with a warm welcome and a friendly and relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy your course in the unique and historic surroundings of Easdale island. We aim to look after you so you can get the best out of the courses by catering for you with a menu of freshly-prepared, home cooked meals using local ingredients. Getting to and from Easdale is straightforward, either by car or using the good public transport links between Glasgow and Oban. The accommodation we provide in our traditionally-designed cottages is of high-quality, with all modern amenities provided, including good internet provision.
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If you have any questions, in the first instance email Colin McPherson at firstname.lastname@example.org.