The Golden Thread Exhibition
The term Golden Thread refers to links between the past and present and the exhibition is themed with connections to The Scottish Soldier, Scottish Literature and Scottish Landscape.
Held at Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum with Civic Sponsorship from The City of Stirling, the public exhibition supports The ABF Soldiers Charity and encompasses the celebratory periods of St Andrews Day, Christmas, New Year and lead up to Burns Night.
To emphasise the threads from past to present, the multi media exhibition boasts both historic and contemporary works.
Historic exhibits include paintings that are part of the Public Catalogue Foundation in partnership with the BBC and poetry from the archives of The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Museum within Stirling Castle, written by Soldiers in The Great Wars.
Contemporary exhibits include fine art paintings, sculpture, poetry and fashion by international selling Scottish Artists, Ann Tocoda, Frank McNab, Yvonne Taylor and Fashion Photographer David Stanton; and a short film by film producer William Samson will play in the Smith Art Gallery/ Museum theatre throughout the event, giving visitors an added experience.
Open Tuesday to Saturday 10:30am to 5pm, Sunday 2pm to 5pm
Admission and Parking are free