Ronan joined the project as our trainee, and has been working hard to support the company at their workshops and rehearsals as they create brand new music with the nursery children. Here he gives us a wee glimpse into his awesome adventures!
Sprog Rocker Katy Wilson writes about how our brilliant live music project Sprog Rock came to be!
Expecting Something regular Ewan Sinclair visited the Wester Hailes group recently to explore creative stimuli with new participants.
Naomi O’Kelly is one of the artists facilitating the Creative Kin sessions in North Ayrshire and Moray. In this blog, she reflects on the first steps the project has taken as it finds its feet.
Sprog Rock are hitting the road this autumn, visiting nurseries in 4 different local authorities in Scotland. Get the inside scoop on the band with our exclusive interviews!
“You seem like a friendly bunch!” said one new participant this week. It is true, we are. When new folk come along to the group we try to explain how what we do every week is different. Perhaps you’d like some examples of the kind of things we get up to? Maybe you’d like to join us? It’s free!
Greg Sinclair is a Starcatchers Associate Artist, performer, composer and cellist. Recently be brought his skills to the Expecting Something in Lochgelly families, to share the music from MamaBabaMe, our Spring 2017 Tour.
Rachel Jane was an emerging artist with Expecting Something in Lochgelly. Here she explores what she has learned about her own practice from working with this unique audience.
Katy Wilson and Hazel Darwin-Clements [masterslider alias=”ms-4-2-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-2-1-1-1-1-1-1-1″] Welcome to the Expecting Something project blog. Here you will be able to explore our community engagement project through reflective written accounts contributed by the various people working on the project including artists, participants and partners. You’ll gain insight into what we do, who we work with and how we […]
Watch this space for more behind the scenes from the project as it develops!
Artist Katy Wilson explains what the Expecting Something project is and what her group, based at Wester Hailes, has coming up over the summer
We are delighted to be able to report that Starcatchers was awarded a Sunday Herald Culture Award, at the Culture Awards ceremony held in Glasgow on 13th July 2017. Chief Executive Rhona Matheson received the ‘Judges Choice’ award, for absolute stand-out prominence in the Scottish arts, at the end of the evening from BBC Scotland’s Janice […]
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