Join LATERAL NORTH on the 10th January for a conference and exhibition (open in the 1873 Hall until Monday 6 March) which celebrates projects throughout Scotland that focus on the country’s unique, diverse and ever-changing coastline. Click here to register on Eventbrite and for full details of the day’s schedule.

The event will feature a keynote presentation from Calum Maclean, a panel discussion, series of workshops, and manifestos for the future of Scotland’s COAST. The event builds on the West Coast Waters and The COAST That Shaped The World projects, and invites new ideas and opinions about Scotland’s unique geography where landscape meets seascape.

Calum Maclean is a writer, broadcaster and film-maker. He is best known for his social media videos and work on BBC ALBA, in which he shares his love for swimming in cold water, and looking beyond the obvious aspects of outdoor adventure. A native Gaelic-speaker raised in the west Highlands and then the east, Calum also uses the language in much of his work. He aims to teach people about the language and encourage other speakers to use it more often. An ambassador for the Outdoor Swimming Society, Calum is author of 1001 Outdoor Swimming Tips.

Exhibition, Talk

Event Details

Date: January 10 - March 6
Time: 9am-5pm

The Briggait
The Briggait
141 Bridgegate
G1 5HZ

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