Tag: Sustainable travel

Rahoy Residency: Steve Bretel adds a creative dimension to wildlife conservation and biodiversity

Since October 2019, artist and Wild at Art tutor Steve Bretel is the Artist in Residence for an exciting initiative at the unique Rahoy Hills National Nature Reserve in Morven, Scotland. Wild and remote, it is the most biodiverse area owned and managed by the Scottish Wildlife Trust and Ardtornish. The initiative aims to bring this unique area back into balance for the benefits of the plants and animals that use it as their home, and for the future generations of people who will increasingly come to understand its value and may wish to visit.

Steve’s role as artist in residence is to support this work and to add a creative dimension to developments.

Peregrinatio ~ recharge and refocus Celtic-style in the Scottish wilderness

From Spring 2020 we are offering a new type of retreat. Imagine spending a weekend on an uninhabited Scottish island in the Inner Hebrides. What happens when we’re far away from the comforts and distractions of wifi, a full fridge and hot shower? You can find out on the wilderness retreat weekend with writer Chris Goan 22-24 May 2020.¬†

New! Cruise the Caledonian Canal with your paints

We are delighted to offer you a new way of discovering Scotland’s stunning sea- and landscapes and do art – on board a small cruise ship! The first of these all-inclusive tours will cruise the Caledonian Canal from Oban to Inverness 8 to 14 September 2019.

Experience Scotland…the artful way

Creative travel is so much more than just a vacation. Find out more…