Easdale Experiences is delighted to be able to host professional and artistic development and training on the island. We can accommodate groups of participants and practitioners in our cottages. Easdale is an ideal base to run courses and workshops: the island’s community hall has a flexible set up which can be used for a variety of activities, including rehearsals or live performances and there is space within the cottages for group sessions and tutorials. The area around Easdale island offers inspiration to those wishing to lead or take part in creative activities and offers opportunities to run all sorts of weekend or longer courses for people of all ages in many subject. Get in touch for more information about the facilities we have and how we can work with you to bring your ideas to life.
“I‘m so happy I attended the weekend photography course on Easdale island. In addition to their wealth of technical experience both Colin and Adam are patient and supportive instructors. They made sure everyone felt ...
Following the success of the two short photography courses hosted on Easdale island by Colin McPherson and Adam Lee in September 2016, we had hoped to be able to bring you news of more of the same for this year.
What we didn’t expect was that Colin McPherson was going to be awarded a major contract ...
- Easdale Experiences is delighted to announce the launch of our first practitioner-led photography courses in Argyll, to be held on the island in September, 2016. These short courses are aimed at people who love photography and want to take their practice to a new level. Using the island as our inspiration, our teachers will help you explore what makes a great photograph and how to take one. We look forward to welcoming you to Easdale island, a stunning and unique location on Scotland’s west coast which we hope will inspire you to learn about the practice and theory of taking great photographs. Our aim is to share our knowledge and experience with you, to help you re-set creatively and to give you the opportunity to explore new ways of seeing and making photographic images.