SCOTLAND’S newest arts festival will see the Isle of Mull host a weekend of radical work featuring performance, music, art, sound installation and film screenings.

An Tobar Festival – Daughter of Cups in the North will run from April 29 to May 1 at An Tobar Gallery and Mull Theatre.

Curated by visual and sound artist Bobbi Cameron, performances include award winning choreographer Mele Broomes, composer and BBC Radio 3 presenter Hannah Catherine Jones and Glasgow-based musician Quinie.

Taking its title from the tarot card of the same name, Daughter of Cups in the North, the festival’s invited artists are all working with and expanding on themes of ancestry, pushing the boundaries of what it means to inhabit space, connecting with spirits and breaking down barriers between worlds.

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Artists include Broomes, Quinie, Peruvian artist and writer Daniella Valz Gen, London-based artist, musician and multi-instrumentalist Jones (also known as Foxy Moron) and international DJ, artist and cultural curator Sarra Wild.

An artist moving image programme within the festival will also screen works by 2021 Turner Prize nominee Evan Ifekoya, 2021 Jarman Award shortlisted artist Sophia Al Maria, British Art Show 9 featured artist Grace Ndiritu and internationally acclaimed artist Linda Stupart.

Speaking ahead of the festival, Cameron said: “This festival has been launched and grown out of my residency with An Tobar Gallery.

“Coming out of the pandemic, I wanted to invite other artists to share this space and this platform with me.

“Artists who inspire and challenge my art practice, whose work has had the power to move me and to haunt me in the most brilliant ways.

Artistic director of An Tobar and Mull Theatre, Rebecca Atkinson-Lord, said: “We’re delighted to support Bobbi Cameron’s vision for the An Tobar Festival.

“We’re excited to host such a diverse programme of artists for what promises to be one of the cultural highlights not just in Mull but the wider Scottish festival calendar.”