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Drawing with Light – Carine Eunson

What feels like a lifetime ago, I graduated from Gray’s School of Art with a degree in fine art, specialising in printmaking. After graduating I worked as a receptionist at a tarpaulin manufacturing company, then found myself running their graphics department. I learned a lot of useful new skills about digital printing and finishing. My…

From IT to British GT: Lewis is living his racing dream

At the age of 21, Lewis Proctor was talent-spotted by McLaren racing team during a race in Austin Texas, and now a year on, due to a combination of serendipity, hard work and family support, his contract has been renewed with the racing giant for another year. Lewis grew up racing with his dad at…

Nuart Aberdeen

From large scale murals to artists working with tiles, stencils, LEGO and drilling into concrete, Nuart Aberdeen is back on a monumental scale this Easter. The walls and streets of the city will be the canvas for a superstar line up of international street artists. Axel Void, Ememem, Ben Eine, Evol, Helen Bur, Hush, Julio…

Last Word – Emma Wassell

She may be an apprentice in her chosen career of accountancy but having turned 24 on 28 December, Emma Wassell is already a time-served star of the Scottish women’s rugby team. The former pupil of Ellon Academy has played 30 times without a break for her country in the engine room of the scrum and…

Are ye Aiberdeen’s neist Tarantino?

The first Doric Film Festival is being launched by Scots Radio. Before the festival kicks off in June, aspiring film makers are being encouraged to create five minute films in Doric. The judges would love to see ‘hunners o’ entries fae a range o fowk fae a across the North-east of Scotland’. Entrants are encouraged…

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