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Rethinking Highland art : the visual significance of Gaelic culture. / Macdonald, Murdo (Editor); Lindsay, Lesley (Editor); Bateman, Meg; Waite, Lorna J (Editor).

Edinburgh : Royal Scottish Academy, 2013. 132 p.

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Macdonald, M (ed.), Lindsay, L (ed.), Bateman, M & Waite, LJ (ed.) 2013, Rethinking Highland art: the visual significance of Gaelic culture. Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh.

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Macdonald, M. (Ed.), Lindsay, L. (Ed.), Bateman, M., & Waite, L. J. (Ed.) (2013). Rethinking Highland art: the visual significance of Gaelic culture. Edinburgh: Royal Scottish Academy.

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Macdonald M, Lindsay L, Bateman M, Waite LJ, editors. Rethinking Highland art: the visual significance of Gaelic culture. Edinburgh: Royal Scottish Academy, 2013. 132 p.

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Macdonald, Murdo (Editor); Lindsay, Lesley (Editor); Bateman, Meg; Waite, Lorna J (Editor) / Rethinking Highland art : the visual significance of Gaelic culture.

Edinburgh : Royal Scottish Academy, 2013. 132 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

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year = "2013",
month = "10",
isbn = "9780905783246",
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N2 - Rethinking Highland Art: The Visual Significance of Gaelic Culture/Sealladh as ùr air Ealain na Gàidhealtachd: Brìgh Lèirsinn ann an Dualchas nan Gàidheal.<br/>This is a pioneering dual language publication to which I am primary contributor, and editor. Central to the book is a visual essay which restores an art history to the Highlands of Scotland. The book is an outcome of my AHRC funded project: Window to the West/ Uinneag dhan Àird an Iar: Towards a redefinition of the visual within Gaelic Scotland. This project placed the study and practice of visual art at the heart of a interdisciplinary research project. It created a new focus for the understanding of Highland culture (Gaidhealtachd). The book is a reflection of the final project exhibition (curated with Arthur Watson PRSA), Uinneag Dhan Àird an Iar: Ath-lorg Ealain na Gàidhealtachd / Window to the West: the Rediscovery of Highland Art, at the City Art Centre, Edinburgh, 20 Nov 2010 – 6 March 2011. (‘This is a ground-breaking exhibition …’ The Times, 21 December, 2010; ‘… engaging with the historic legacy without once slipping into banal sentiment.’The Skinny, 27 Jan 2011.) In process, to published by the Royal Scottish Academy in 2013. <br/>

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KW - Art

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