Since launching back in January 2021, The Scots Curator has been showcasing a variety of historical, cultural and artistic projects from across the country. Now it’s time for us to take the next step with the announcement of our first ever in-house creative project. Today we can finally reveal that The Scots Curator will be… Continue reading Announcing the Atlas of Scotland →
This week we’re delighted to welcome folk musician Steve Byrne to The Scots Curator. Steve recently crowdfunded the money required to purchase an iconic instrument – Roy Williamson’s bouzouki used in The Corries’ first public performance of ‘Flower of Scotland’. The 1968 song has since grown in popularity, especially at sporting events, and is now… Continue reading Steve Byrne: Iconic ‘Flower of Scotland’ instrument saved for the public →
On Monday, Historic Environment Scotland announced that extremely rare carvings, thought to be between 4,000 and 5,000-years-old, had been discovered inside Dunchraigaig Cairn at Kilmartin Glen. The carvings, which include depictions of two red deer, are the earliest known animal carvings in Scotland, and are being treated as a major historic discovery. This week, we… Continue reading Dr Joana Valdez-Tullett: ‘This changes everything we knew about rock art in Scotland’ →
This week we’re delighted to welcome Kenneth McElroy from the Caithness Broch Project to The Scots Curator. In this interview, Kenneth explains why brochs are among the most intriguing structures in Scotland’s history – he tells us what these multi-storey Iron Age towers may have been used for, where we can find them, and also… Continue reading Kenneth McElroy: ‘This is one of the most exciting experimental archaeology projects in the world’ →
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