Gaelic - Art of words

5th March 2010 at 00:00

Gaelic artwork by Aberdeen pupils has been unveiled at the railway station in a project funded by the Gaelic language board, Bord na Gaidhlig, and supported by Aberdeen University to raise awareness in the local community and encourage its use among young speakers of all abilities. The project allowed Gaelic speakers at Gilcomstoun Primary and Hazlehead Academy to create art with Gaelic phrases. Three murals demonstrate different levels of Gaelic from both learners and native speakers.

E: l.milligan@abdn.ac.uk, or a.powell@abdn.ac.uk.

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