April 30, 2021: Come along as Nicole and Craig from Scottish Mudlarking take us on a trip to the beaches of Kirkcaldy, Scotland, to search for colorful spongeware pottery. The YouTube premiere will be on Friday, April 30th at 7 pm UK where we can watch the video together and chat live* with Nicole and Craig on YouTube.
Video link to come.
The premiere will be followed by a live Q&A and VIP reception for Beachcombing Club Gold members** where you can ask Nicole and Craig about the beaches they visit and other special pieces in their collection. Check out the Scottish Mudlarking YouTube channel today to view some of their other beachcombing adventures!
*You can watch videos on YouTube without signing in, but to comment on a video you have to sign in with your Google account. When you leave your first comment, you have to agree to set up your own YouTube channel. This doesn't mean you have to post videos (though you can!). Be sure to set up your account before the event so you're ready to ask Craig and Nicole about their mudlarking adventures and finds.
**Gold club members will receive a Zoom invitation to the reception before the event. Learn more about becoming a Beachcombing Club member ›
Those who ask questions in the YouTube live chat or reception will be entered to win Scottish sea pottery earrings handmade by Nicole.
About Scottish Mudlarking
The husband-and-wife team of Craig and Nicole have a YouTube channel called Scottish Mudlarking, where they share their beachcombing and mudlarking adventures across Scotland. Filmed in the Kingdom of Fife, their videos celebrate the diversity of Scotland’s beaches, its historic and abandoned buildings, and invite you to the beautiful Howe (Valley) of Fife in search of the treasures left from times gone by. Each Scottish Mudlarking video offers you a glimpse of Scotland's history, its places, and the people who lived there.
Nicole takes inspiration from each place they visit to create unique craft or jewelry from the day's best finds. She draws on creative influences from her background in architecture and design to make unique pieces of jewelry using sea glass and beach pottery for their Etsy Shop. Craig’s background in Social Anthropology and higher education give him a unique perspective on Scotland, often uncovering the stories about people who are lost to history. Nicole’s passion for seeing the beauty in beach found marbles, stoppers, beads and Scottish pottery, and Craig’s love of the Scottish environment, its wildlife, and history, combine to bring you the best that Scotland has to offer.
Subscribe to their YouTube Channel, check out their Etsy Shop, and buy them a cup of coffee — or more — at Ko-Fi.
When you click the UK time in article the time conversion comes up. You are correct 4:00 am
Doing the time conversion for Melbourne in Australia, it equates to 4.00am May 1st. Just checking:-)