Jallooyn Ellan Vannin goit stiagh ayns shalee mooar noa
Ellyn RU recortey 20 jalloo ass chaglym ellyn ashoonagh
Ta jallooyn ass Chaglym Ashoonagh Ellyn Ellan Vannin goll er goaill stiagh ayns shalee mooar noa, as y dean jeh dy recortey ellyn mygeayrt ny Hellanyn Goaldagh.
Ta photographyn er ve jeant jeh feed peesh ellynagh liorish Ellyn RU myr ayrn jeh bree dy recortey mysh 170,000 peesh veih trooid y Reeriaght Unnaneysit as ny Hellanyn Goaldagh.
Ta'n shalee three bleeaney jeeraghey er peeshyn ayns chaglymyn theayagh veih'n thousane blein shoh chaie.
Ta'n Lhiass Veoir da Eiraght Ashoonagh Vannin, Hannah Murphy, gra dy jean eh cooney dy chur tooilley entreilys da'n chaglym ashoonagh.
AS HANNAH MURPHY : Tra ren ad briaght jin row shin geearree goaill ayrn, ren shin siyr dy ghlackey y caa dy yannoo shen, er-yn-oyr dy vel shin cur y chaglym ain dy ve ry gheddyn 'sy Thie Tashtee-L as trooid giat-entreilys erbee elley ta shin abyl, dy rheynn ny chaglymyn ain as nyn vys. Myr shoh va shin smooinaghtyn dy row eh ny chaa yindyssagh dy gheddyn roshtynys sodjey as dy reaghey dy vel ny chaglymyn ain ry gheddyn ny smoo ec y theay.
Art UK records 20 sculptures from national art collection
Sculptures from the Isle of Man's National Art Collection are being included in a major new project, which aims to document art around the British Isles.
Twenty artworks have been photographed by Art UK, as part of a drive to record around 170,000 pieces from throughout the United Kingdom and British Islands.
The three-year project focuses on works in public collections from the last thousand years.
Assistant Curator for Manx National Heritage, Hannah Murphy, says it'll help to make the national collection more accessible: