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Deveron Projects

The Town Is The Venue
Where do our artists come from? Where do our artists come from?


Publications, Archive, Town Collection, Libraries

Deveron Projects has built up a sizeable archive of books, music, essays, films and other digital and physical records over the years. All of this is available to everyone and ensures that the projects, outputs and outcomes live on in the town and beyond.

Most projects have concluded in a publication in forms of books, CDs or DVDs. You have the opportunity to buy these in our shop which also offers a wide selection of postcards or official Huntly merchandise.

The Archive is a record of all our past projects and research from 1998 to present, based in our library. Each project archive includes a variety of material from reports to photographs, CDs, press cuttings, posters and any other material that is generated by and related to the artists' work and the project theme.

Town Collection
Our Town Collection forms part of our documentation, with works by past resident artists displayed across shops, schools, the train station and many other places in and out of town.

Our small library in the Brander focuses mainly on three fields of discourse:
Socially Engaged Art: Deveron Projects has been developing a specialist library containing a wide variety of books on subjects ranging from socially engaged art, community art practices, artists' monographs, exhibition catalogues as well as thematic sections on identity, environment, multigenerational issues and heritage. 
The Walking Institute library consists of a growing collection that relates to our interest in walking and the human pace. For this we are gathering books and other items that relate to the Walking + Art discourse, as well as a range of travel books, walking books, maps and guides. 
Garden Library: Our Town is the Garden Team has collected a wide range of books and other publications around growing, climate change and sustainability. You can check it out here.

Please contact us if you would like to access our archive and library: