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The sale of the season

Drum Castle hosts a live auction to celebrate the fabulously popular exhibition – Marian Clayden: Dressing Up Drum.

Adding sparkle to Brodick Castle gardens

At number 33 on our 100 Ways list is adding sparkle to Brodick’s gardens.

Horsing around

Gallop around Fyvie Castle as Team North discover some entertaining examples of equestrianism.

The secret life of cows

Explore Margaret Fay Shaw’s photographs of cows and discover the many ways they featured in Hebridean culture and folklore.

For auld lang syne

As the South West Project Reveal team approach the end of our involvement in the project, we’d like to look back over the last 15 months.

Rediscovering Scots

Number 29 in our 100 Ways list is our commitment to the Scots language, by appointing a resident Scriever to keep the mither tongue alive.

A kind of magic

Project Reveal discover objects and places that reflect some of the superstitions prevalent throughout south-west Scotland over the centuries.

Architecture inspires art at Kellie Castle

Project Reveal takes a look at the elaborate ceilings at Kellie Castle and the artwork they inspired.

Showing Mackintosh in a different light

In summer 2018, art and furniture from Mackintosh’s Hill House were displayed for the first time in his native Glasgow.

That subtle uranium glow …

Team West were struck by these unusual green glass pieces, found in a box at Pollok House.

Around the world in 100 years

We leave the Hebrides and explore images from Margaret Fay Shaw’s (1903–2004) travels across the globe.

A tale of five sisters

A photograph taken by Margaret Fay Shaw in 1937 led us to a strange destination, and an even stranger story.

All change at Brodie Castle

A changing display of art and furniture in a new gallery allows visitors to get up close and personal with the collection.

Lights, camera, upload

A look at how the Project Reveal photographers capture images of the Trust’s collections and link them to our database.

Future/Past – images of old and new Innerleithen

Thomas Colledge and Robert Cowan Smail took photographs of people, places and events in Innerleithen in the late 19th century.

Celebrating a top contemporary artist

An exhibition at Glencoe Visitor Centre celebrates Hamish MacDonald, one of Scotland’s most successful contemporary artists, who was inspired by the dramatic scenery around Glencoe.

The Falkland Palace apothecary

A new apothecary room has opened at Falkland which shows how medicine was dispensed in the 16th century.

From Lochboisdale to Boisdale

As the National Mòd approaches, hear the story of the Campbells of Canna and their legacy of transatlantic Gaelic song hunting.

All work and no play?

A selection of objects that give us an insight into the more leisurely pursuits of people who lived in Angus in bygone days

The delight is in the detail

We get out the magnifying glass and take a closer look at the photographs of Margaret Fay Shaw (1903–2004).

A’ toirt suil nas mionaidiche air na dealbhan aig Mairead Fay Shaw

Bidh sinne a’ toirt sùil na bu mionaidiche air na dealbhan aig Mairead Fay Shaw (1903 – 2004)

Lady Mary Pierrepont

Revealing the story behind an often-overlooked painting of a remarkable woman

Stay away from the trapdoor!

There are hidden delights, not creepy horrors, to be found in the Gallery at Broughton House.

Into the heart of Angus’s agricultural past

Shining a light on the Angus Folk Museum’s agricultural collections.