Redevelopment News

Support from Argyll and Bute Council

Support from Argyll and Bute Council

We are very excited to announce that Argyll and Bute Council have agreed to assist our Redevelopment Project with a capital grant for £400,000! The redeveloped Museum will be a huge asset for the region, and this generous support from …

Redevelopment Project Donor Plaques

Redevelopment Project Donor Plaques

We’ve been working with our Exhibition Design team, Bright 3D, to produce some examples of what our donor plaques in the new Museum will look like. Have a look at the brochure below to find out more, and if you …

Redevelopment Update for October

The last month has been very intensive for those of us working on interpretation and activity planning as the exhibition design has progressed.  We have continued to work with Reiach and Hall and our exhibition designers, Bright 3D, to ensure …

Rose Whitelaw Laboratory

We’re very excited to announce that the brand new laboratory in our redeveloped Museum will be dedicated to Dr Rose Whitelaw, thanks to an incredibly generous £30,000 donation from her niece! You can read more about Rose in this great …

Redevelopment Update for September

Redevelopment Update for September

On 5th September Sharon, Anne and KMCL Chairman Gordon Gray Stephens attended the HLF Mid-Term Review, with Rachel Hunter, Andrew Pinkerton and members of the design team.  Our mentor, Griff Boyle, and our HLF Case Officer, Tom Ingrey-Counter, noted that …

Redevelopment Update for August

Redevelopment Update for August

August saw a lot of preparation go into preparing for our HLF Mid Term Review Meeting on 5th September, and documents were sent to our HLF Case Officer and Mentor. An updated draft of the Business Plan was produced for …

Meet the Team – Andrew Pinkerton

Meet the Team – Andrew Pinkerton

Over the past 15 months Andrew Pinkerton has been working with Kilmartin Museum Redevelopment Project to assist in managing the architects and other consultants producing the designs for the new Museum.  A qualified architect, Andrew was for many years a …

Plans for the Marion Campbell Library

Plans for the Marion Campbell Library

The Marion Campbell Library has long been a significant part of Kilmartin Museum.  The furniture was made by local craftsman and artist Martin Murphy in the summer of 2000, and has been admired and appreciated by visitors to the Library …