Associated People: Black, Mrs Anneen, Ruaig


Draft report ‘Study for the Development of Artistic and Creative Skills on the Isles of Tiree and Coll’, 1997, commissioned by Tiree Art Enterprises and produced by Independent Public Arts Ltd. Includes a schedule of meetings and activities (1998-1999) on publication of the report in January 1998.


Newspaper article, accounts and letters to/from the Scottish Arts Council and Derrick Wolstencroft, Milton, regarding the ‘Sculpture in Water’ exhibition at Milton organised by Tiree Art Enterprises as part of the Tiree Arts Festival 1996. Committee members and artists mentioned include Frances Walker, Donald MacDonald, Anne Black, Frank Curran, Rev Bob Higham, Kip Poulson (Coll) and Ekkehard Altenburger (Edinburgh).


Audio cassette recording of Anneen Black talking to John Donald MacLean in June 1998.

Anneen Black (Anneen Mhòr Lachainn Iain) of Ruaig talks to John Donald MacLean (Teòn Dòmhnall a’ Mhuilinn) about her holidays each year on Tiree since childhood, friends and social visits, genealogy, Ruaig Post Office, church and Sunday School, Ruaig School, the achievements of Tiree people, her uncle Donald Lamont MBE, her life as a teacher/headmistress and advisor to Primary Education Services in Glasgow.