Events will take place this week to help "vunerable residents" who don't feel confident attending police stations or council offices to seek help.
The artist behind the Kelpies has revealed his latest creation - a 16ft bear in tribute to Scots naturalist John Muir.
Aberdonians were ‘poised’ with their cameras yesterday as part of a £107million Marischal Square development was opened to the public to showcase the new sculpture by Falkirk Kelpies creator Andy Scott.
It isn’t often the case a public artwork generates so many positive headlines - before it has officially opened to the public.
The creator of the world-renowned Kelpies unveiled his latest labour of love in Aberdeen yesterday – a giant steel leopard.
Calls have been made for businesses to back a 50ft sculpture of an Aberdeen Angus bull to sit alongside the north-east's long awaited bypass.
Kelpies creator Andy Scott has thrown his weight behind a giant sculpture project for the Aberdeen bypass.
Nostalgia for the music of the Seventies isn’t catered for as much as other decades it seems, but the Glitz, Blitz & 70s Hitz tour, which takes in Aberdeen in December, is the antidote to that. Three bands – Mud 2 (Mud singer Les Gray’s backing band), The Rubettes and Sweet are bringing the music of the glam-rock era back to British theatres. Alan Williams, lead singer of The Rubettes, and Andy Scott, guitarist and only remaining original member of Sweet, take time out of their busy schedules to talk to Martin Hutchinson.
A sculpture by the man who forged The Kelpies is to be auctioned off in aid of a much-loved Aberdeenshire arts centre.
You’ve read about them, you’ve seen photographs of them, but nothing will beat the feeling of seeing the world’s largest equine sculptures, The Kelpies, up close. A marvel of complex engineering and fantastic pieces of outdoor art, each of the Kelpies is more than 100ft tall and each one weighs more than 300tonnes.