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Press Coverage

Career Events Worthy of Note

I am lucky to have had some press coverage in recent years. Starting out my career in a whirlwind of positive feedback.

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Stirling Street Stories come alive thanks to Forth Valley artists

7th November 2022

STREET STORIES: Lou Carberry's work Reaching Out has been moved to a fresh location

Project to create Wee County Covid memorial takes further steps

October 10th 2022

MENTEES have been appointed for a project that will co-create a Covid memorial in the Wee County.

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Remembering Together: Artist appointed for Clackmannanshire Covid memorial project

August 2nd 2022

BUDDING young artists will be sought to help co-create a Covid-19 community memorial for Clackmannanshire.

Clackmannanshire gardeners to appear on BBC Scotland's Beechgrove series

13th April 2022

Beechgrove Gardens checking in on the Whimpy park. Although I am no longer a part of their journey it will always have a place in my heart.

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Menstrie artist lends their skills to Wimpy Park re-design

Tuesday 7th September 2021

A MENSTRIE artist was instrumental in the BBC's Beechgrove transformation of Alloa's Wimpy Park which holds a special place in their heart.
"It has been quite stressful to be working full-time on it, but as I am working along with people who are passionate about the same thing, I am energized by them all."
An article showcasing my abelites and giving a great insight into how I work with others

Lou’s garden design to be showcased on BBC

Monday 30 August 2021

After the whirlwind that was Beechgrove Gardens filming Forth Valley College got in touch about an article for their website. This article speaks about the importance of the course work and that without the preparation and support from lecturing staff at the college over the last 3 years I couldn't have achieved what I have.

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Stirling University Paper-
Augmented reality art trail brightens Stirling’s future

23rd April 2021

21-year-old Lou has been studying at Forth Valley College for the past three years and much of their work is focused on day-to-day issues such as mental health, politics and culture. Lou uses their personal experiences to create their work, which evokes a strong emotional response from their audiences and helps spread awareness of issues close to their heart.


20th April 2021

Eight artists were chosen for the project following an open invitation to submit art celebrating Stirling which could be brought to life via interactive Augmented Reality (AR) - multi-sensory animation triggered by a free downloadable smartphone app.

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Wee County hands help bring city art project to life

5th April 2021

A CLACKS clean-up team have been busy preparing empty shop windows in Stirling ahead of the launch of an ambitious art project.

As previously reported, Menstrie's Louisa Carberry, 21, is one of the eight artists picked for the initiative.

Menstrie FVC student to have artworks displayed in Stirling

9th February 2021

WORKS by a Menstrie student are set to brighten up empty shops in Stirling.

The village's Louisa Carberry, 21, has been selected to showcase her creative skills in the Street Stories initiative launched by Go Forth Stirling Business Improvement District (BID).


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Carberry's first solo venture

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