Videos tagged with "news"
FMS9A5 (A Sense of Place) - "Edinburgh German Christmas Market" (2008) [01:47]
A small audio clip made as part of our FMS9A5 course at the University of Stirling in 2008. This was made by the same team who produced the 'Got Milk?' video in the same semester. Our assignment was to create 'a sense of place', and accordingly we chose the Edinburgh German Christmas Market which takes place annually. Recorded on location in Edinburgh, Scotland (2008). Introduced by Stephanie Salvona*. Produced by Gavin Hugh, Malky Wilson, Karolina Fiedorczuk, Claire Louise Welsh, Stephanie Salvona, and Daniel Montesinos-Donaghy. --- * You may remember her as the girl who was hit in the face in the newspaper during 'Got Milk?'.
Forgotten Victorian Garden & Gunpowder Works(1889) - Camility Mill, West Calder [06:26]
*update actually built in 1889* Hidden beneath the over grown grass lays an old Victorian Ornimental Water Garden and Gunpowder Works built in 1889, at the back of West Calder. The garden was so cool, reminds me of the "Secret Garden", I love that film so much! I fell down the hill trying to get here as you can tell by my jeans lol These are both next to each other so I've just made into one video. First the Garden then the gunpower works. Copied Article 1: The works was set up in 1889 to produce gunpowder which was extensively used in the mining industry. Some of the gunpowder was brought by horse and cart to West Calder Co-op, where it was sold over the counter in 1lb or 2lb bags and often stored by miners under the bed. "It's a part of West Lothian's history that's been forgotten," says Sybil Cavanagh, the Local History Librarian. "When I started researching the works, I just had a hazy idea of a small, rural mill. "In fact, it was a big employer of labour and an extensive site." After searching through the files of old newspapers held in the Local History Library and in the National Archives of Scotland, she's pieced together the whole story. The booklet recalls the strange working conditions and the many safety rules which had to be observed, from not being allowed turn-ups on your trousers to vacating the premises in a thunderstorm. The booklet also records the names of some 150 workers, and recalls in detail the two major explosions, in which two workers were ...
WELCOME TO DUMFRIES SCOTLAND [04:23]
A film about Dumfries Scotland. Dumfries is the largest town in Dumfries and Galloway It used to be a busy market town and the home of Scotlands national poet Robert Burns. It also was a busy shipping port and was known as the Scottish Liverpool. These days are long gone as Dumfries has evolved over the years.
Tags: dumfries, visit, scotland, robert, burns, edinburgh, glasgow, sky, news, bbc, itv, border, herald, daily, mail, record, new, york, post, huffington, alive, radio, courier, standard, miami, post., london., Scottish, annan, urtv
ALBERT DRIVE Pilot Project December 2011 [08:08]
A participatory visual arts and performance project along a single street in Glasgow. Produced by Glas(s) Performance, in collaboration with Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Tramway. This Pilot phase took place in December 2011 along Albert Drive, a street in the Southside of Glasgow where Tramway is located. We're delighted to announce that we've been awarded funds from Creative Scotland's First In A Lifetime fund to develop the project and work with local residents and businesses in 2012 and 2013. Watch this space for project developments and news, coming soon!
Tags: 'Albert Drive', tramway, glasgow, 'Glass Performance', 'Royal Conservatoire Scotland', art, performance, event, participation
Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Pro Womens Golf Open Welcome Party News [04:12]
Aberdeen Asset Management Ladies Scottish Pro Womens Golf Open Welcome Party News
Tags: Aberdeen, Asset, Management, Ladies, Scottish, Pro, Womens, Golf, Open, Welcome, Party, News, Scotland (Country), Sports, Events, Entertainment