An Arran art workshop originally scheduled for early February has been postponed until March – meaning there’s still time to get tickets.

Glasgow-based artist Katie Nelis’ workshop will now take place at the Ormidale Pavilion in Brodick on March 8 at 11am after it was first planned for February 1.

Katie will be utilising mono-printing – a kind of print making used to make unique one-of-a-kind pieces.

Another social media workshop for artists workshop led by Stuart Forsyth from Limelight Media will take place on the same day.

Katy said: “I was inspired by my personal interest with place and landscape and how we connect with that, and a lot of my previous projects have been about that concept.

“With mono printing you are making those marks in the ink and then transferring that onto paper and getting the opposite lines, so I felt like it was a really good way to help people use found materials from the island like sicks or shells – whatever they can find.”

Katie graduated from the University of Dundee with a degree in fine art in May 2022 and since then has been working from the Glasgow Ceramics Studio.

While she was born and raised in Glasgow, she spent much of her time on Millport due to her family connections.

The Arran workshop comes as part of the Irvine-based Harbour Arts Centre’s ‘place partnership’ initiative which is funded by North Ayrshire Council through Creative Scotland.

To book your place on the mono-printing workshop, visit