Place apart: Scotland's north as a cultural industry of margins

Kathryn Burnett*

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    Abstract

    This chapter explores artistic imagining of Scotland’s highlands and islands as a place both ‘north’ and ‘on the margin’. Cultural representation of Scotland’s highlands and islands and processes of communicating these representations are subject to ongoing interrogation and debate. What and how remote communities, cultures and places are represented through art is undoubtedly informed by debates on survival, sustainability and responses to marginal status. The account presented here examines some of these themes from a Scottish perspective, including how art informs cultural production and creative economies in and of Scotland’s remote communities.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationRelate North
    Subtitle of host publicationCulture, Community and Communication
    EditorsTimo Jokela, Glen Coutts
    Place of PublicationRovaniemi
    PublisherLapland University Press
    Chapter3
    Pages60-83
    Number of pages23
    ISBN (Electronic)978-952-310-957-5
    ISBN (Print)978-952-310-959-9
    Publication statusPublished - 18 May 2017

    Keywords

    • Place
    • Representation
    • Scotland
    • identity
    • Cultural Heritage
    • Art
    • intangible heritage
    • Community
    • Islands
    • remote and rural areas
    • Hebrides
    • coastal
    • Media
    • Narratives
    • Landscape
    • North
    • Atlantic
    • Periphery
    • Margins
    • Arts and Cultural policy
    • Art Practice
    • highlands and islands
    • Gaelic Culture

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