St Peter’s Seminary in Cardross will be transformed by light and sound at the official launch event in March for Scotland’s Festival of Architecture 2016. Fifty years on since the building opened, you can explore this architectural masterpiece re-animated at night for the first time. Tickets are still available to view Scotland’s greatest modernist ruin before Avanti Architects two year restoration plans , which are due to start later in the year, this will be the only opportunity for the public to witness this world-renowned building in its current state of majestic decay.
NVA creative director Angus Farquhar said the staging of the Hinterland programme would be a significant milestone
He said: “Almost 50 years on from the day the seminary opened, we are witnessing the first positive steps towards a new purpose, one that accepts loss and ruination as part of the site’s history creating an evolving arts programme for local people, all of Scotland and visitors attracted to this iconic site from around the world
Hinterland will offer everyone a chance to visit the St Peter’s at a key moment in its evolution and it promises to be the must-see arts event of 2016 leading on to the delivery of an important new creative and heritage resource for progressive public art in Scotland and beyond.
To experience and be part of this monumental production click here to Hinterlands website for tickets
Discover Scotland’s greatest modernist ruin