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Dunollie collections inspire new artworks and projects

ONE of the most fascinating things about Dunollie Museum, Castle and Grounds is how the ancient collections are inspiring new, innovative projects today.

Jacobean bed hangings were the inspiration behind a series of new embroidery workshops for the community, Oban High School students have been uncovering local tales in the archives to inspire creative projects and Victorian recipes are now on the Kettle Garden Cafe’s menu.

Artist Alice Strange has created a number of recognisable art installations throughout Oban, including The Catch which featured as part of Oban’s Festival of the Sea and saw 900 textile fish hung along Oban Esplanade in 2015.

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