Events

May 1, 2021
Art works relating to Flowers by the following – Ceramic “vases” – Catharina Dessain, Georgina Sampson, Julia Roxburgh and Charlotte Mellis. Flower Painting – Janet Nelson and Flower Drawing – Catherine Forshall. Flowers by Planetree Flowers. The Tin Shed Gallery is a small purpose-built venue for all visual arts. It
May 17, 2021
Every Monday 11am – 2pm A weekly producers’ market showcasing work by local makers and artists and food producers. The Tobermory Producers’ Market is now in its seventh year, it is run by Alicia Hendrick and volunteers on behalf of the Aros Hall Committee to raise funds for our
June 2, 2021
Every Wednesday 2pm – 4pm. We know books have been made on Iona at least as long ago as the 9th Century when the Book of Kells was created, and likely long before that. Now you can try the craft yourself while you’re visiting the island. Spend a couple
July 19, 2021
Local artists from Mull and surrounding islands will exhibit a piece of their work which has been created during lock down in these locations from Monday 19th July until evening of Wednesday 21st July. The judging panel will consist of local artists John Archbold, Charlotte Mellis and John Lowrie-Morrison
October 29, 2021
Put together by Duncan Swinbanks of Tackle and Books, Hugh Andrew of Birlinn Ltd and Hugh Raven of Ardtornish, the Festival is designed to celebrate Mull’s place as Scotland’s Hebridean book capital. What better way could there be to spend a few days than in Scotland’s most beautiful small town
A Visit Mull & Iona Project
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