Colour photograph of the foundations of architectural art installation An Turas during its construction at Pier View, Scarinish, in 2001-2003.
Collection of various photographs, brochures and postcard featuring An Turas during construction and after opening, 2001-2003. See 2017.51.15 for photograph of foundations.
Letter from Brian Milne, Tiree Art Enterprises, to the editor of The Herald newspaper, 28 October 2003, criticising the newspaper’s negative representation of An Turas, a response from the editor, and a handwritten ‘Plea for the Positive’ by Brian.
Collection of around 40 newspaper and magazine articles, 2003-2011, reporting and commentating on the architectural art installation, An Turas, at Pier View, Scarinish, and its award-winning status.
Letter from the Royal Mail Philatelic Sector to Brian Milne, Tiree Art Enterprises, regarding the forthcoming issue of a new stamp featuring An Turas in 2006. Includes postcards of six buildings across the UK featured on stamps to celebrate contemporary architecture in the UK.
Letters and information about architectural awards won by the architectural art installation, An Turas, in Scarinish, in 2003. Awards were given by the Royal Incorporation of Architects, Royal Institute of British Architects, Dynamic Place Awards.
Typed speech given by Brian Milne, Scarinish, at the opening of An Turas in 2003. Brian was the school’s art teacher, Chairman of Tiree Art Enterprises, and driving force behind the development of An Turas.
Architects’ plans and structural notes regarding Tiree Art Enterprises’ architectural art installation An Turas / The Journey at Pier View, Scarinish, 2001. Sutherland Hussey Architects, Edinburgh, were commissioned for the project.
Collection of letters, proposals, photos, summaries, accounts and legal contracts regarding the inspiration, planning and building of the Tiree Art Enterprises’ architectural art installation An Turas / The Journey at Pier View, Scarinish, 1999-2001.
Newspaper cutting about an exhibition of paintings by Duncan MacGregor Whyte in Oban in 1984, including a photograph of his daughter-in-law, Mrs Ena MacGregor Whyte, at the exhibition. Duncan MacGregor Whyte was a prolific painter of Tiree scenes and Tiree people during the early 1900s, and built a studio at Balephuil.
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