Gaada is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company led by artists Amy Gear + Daniel Clark from their shared studio in West Burra Isle. We develop + deliver bespoke creative projects within the Shetland Isles, and offer our services to a wide audience including individuals, community groups, public halls, schools, museums, haas, and galleries.
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Da Auld Methodist Kirk
Amy is a Shetland born artist. Studied Printmaking at Gray’s School of Art, and the Royal College of Art. Led Children’s Shetland Arts Schools Program 2015-2018. Look Again Festival, she dedbuted her first spoken word performance piece ‘Mooth o da Cave’ which was written in contemporary Shetland Dialect. She has since followed this up with a second series of Dialect Performances for Market Gallery in Glasgow.
Daniel studied at University of Brighton and the Royal College of Art, holding the post of Technical Instructor in Print from 2015–2018. He relocated to Shetland in early 2018. His personal work is in the collections of national institutions such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, Bishopsgate Institute, The British Library, and Goldsmiths Music Dept.