Date(s) - Mon 16th Oct - Fri 20th Oct, 2023
All Day

Moniack Mhor, Kiltarlity, Inverness-shire , IV4 7HT

Are you care experienced and aged 14-30?

Immerse yourself in the arts of film, photography, sound and projection at Moniack Mhor this October!

Work with creative professionals using top of the range film and editing equipment to develop your skills in each artform, or focus on your favourite. The week will finish with a projection performance of your work onto the Moniack Mhor building itself!

No experience necessary!

Please e-mail any enquiries to Jon and Vicky at:


Or you can call the Creativity and Care team on: 01463 592828


  • Accommodation
  • Meals and snacks
  • Equipment
  • Writing materials


  • Monday 16th October: Arrive by 6pm
  • Tuesday 17th – Friday 20th October: Workshops
  • Friday 20th October: Projection Showcase
  • Saturday 21st October: Depart by 10am


Graeme's headshot. Graeme is standing on a beach holding a film camera towards the water, with a photography camera slung on a strap over his shoulder. He is wearing a navy cap, light blue t-shirt with text on the back and shorts.Graeme Roger is a creative producer, visual artist and film maker. He makes films, does photography as well as creating video projections and public art, always collaborating with other artists and musicians







Dave's headshot. He is sitting with small drums between his knees as he smiles widely up at something beyond the camera. Dave is wearing all black, with a 'Queens of the Stone Age' top on, and wireless headphones over his ears.Dave Martin is a very experienced musician, sound designer, producer and educator who has worked and performed through out the U.K. and overseas on many different projrcts and Collaborating with a wide range of artist, performers and dancers as well as producing music for film, theatre productions and radio.






Ross' headshot. He is DJ'ing using decks and a laptop on a stand. He is a white man with brown hair and a beard, wearing glasses and a bright pink, orange and yellow Hawaiian style shirt, with a pink top underneath. Ross has headphones around his neck.Ross Carbarns is a highland based DJ and MC. He works professionally as a DJ and recording and performing artist active in the local music scene.






The Life Changes Trust was established by The National Lottery Community Fund in April 2013 with a ten year endowment of £50 million to support transformational improvement in the quality of life, well-being, empowerment and inclusion of three key groups in Scotland: people living with dementia, unpaid carers of those with dementia and young people with care experience. The Trust concluded their ten year tenure in March 2022Moniack Mhor is a formal legacy partner of the Life Changes Trust.


This event is fully booked. Please email to be added to the waiting list.

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