Fife Dunfermline Printmakers Workshop receive Washi Japanese handmade paper from Mino, Gifu in Japan. Produced specially for the printmakers by three papermakers carrying on the 1300 year old tradition of Mino Washi, designated by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage. Thirteen artists from FDPW create artwork for an exhibition in various printmaking methods. From etching, to screen print, to gesso, to block print and woodcut. Printmakers: Sheila Carnduff, Thora Clyne, Chrissie Heughan, Catherine King, Peter Kirley, Linda Lincoln, Robert Maclaurin, Bill McKechnie, Babs Pease, Clive Ramage, Steve Ratomski, Aine Scannell, Clare Yarrington. Paper makers: Masashi Sawamura, Takanori Senda, Yukiyo Terada. Project supported by The Dunfermline Carnegie Foundation and The Japan Society of Scotland. Music: Will Datson at ESGAZETTE, Editor: Fiona Macdonald, Camera, Director and Producer: Aliki Sapountzi.
A site specific installation. During ARTROOT 2013, photographer ALIKI SAPOUNTZI showed a selection of photographs from a series taken in the jungles of Mexico and Guatemala depicting Mayan Temples and surrounding wildlife. Printed on acetate film they were displayed in Pressmennan Wood, East Lothian, Scotland. Camera, Director and Producer: Aliki Sapountzi.
When Virginia Woolf’s novel ‘To the Lighthouse’ was first published, critics condemned the setting in the Hebrides as unconvincing and declared the book was really a portrait of life in Cornwall, scene of the author’s childhood holidays. This is a short pilot where Vanessa Underwood seeks to overturn that judgement. Filmed on location on the isle of Skye in 2007. Editor: Fiona Macdonald, Camera, Director and Producer: Aliki Sapountzi.
Four artists with learning disabilities from Garvald Centre Edinburgh create work for an exhibition shown at the Filmhouse Cafe in Edinburgh in April-May 2003. Part of the soundtrack was recorded during a music workshop for Garvald Centre members and guests led by Nick Wilding. Music: Will Datson at ESGAZETTE, Editor: Fiona Macdonald, Camera, Director and Producer: Aliki Sapountzi.
In 40 minutes this video reveals some aspects of Steiner Waldorf Education from a developmental point of view. In particular it follows the progress of one class through the lower school (age 6 to 14).
An independent production. Editor: Fiona Macdonald, Camera, Director and Producer: Aliki Sapountzi.