In 2011, we started the process through meetings, workshops and dialogues of gathering feedback and content which was edited by Deirdre MacKenna to form her pilot project ‘Scotland Migration‘.
The aim was to produce a resource which w/could represent the other places which are in the mids, memories and consciences of people living in Scotland. These include places from which people originate, or have lived in for a while, and which have been the location of the accumulation of elements of their identities.
At this stage, the site includes an initial number of contributions made by people who responded to our call. Clearly, these contributions do not provide an equal or balanced representation of the people and places which make up Scotland’s intercultural connections. The funding has now been secured to further develop Scotland Migration in 2019 and 2020 with the collaboration of a wide rage of individuals and groups.
Join us at ancient Kilmartin, deep in the southern extremes of Lorne, when Alexander Maris will present some of the observations … more