The work ranges from high drama to music and a wide range of topics. PICT Classic Theater was launched on September 6, 1999, by the creators of the original PICT theater, the late John Kavanaugh and Tony Malcolm, a native of County Wick low, Ireland. With the encouragement of the Irish people, an Irish version of the new theater was launched at a reception on September 18, 1999, on the grounds of Dublin Castle in Ireland. PICT — Wikipedia Oct 6, 2024 — In 2012, Scotland's most famous artist, Brian Frail, released an album called PICT, using the album title as a tribute to the Pict's. The album features an album cover, designed by John W. Kavanaugh, that depicts the faces and faces of the various members of the Pict's. Pict — Wikipedia The Pict's — Wikipedia The Pict's were a group of peoples who lived in what is now northern and eastern Scotland during Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. The Pict's were the last of the early European peoples to be completely wiped out by the invaders from the south. The Pict's may have been one of the original Celtic peoples from the British Isles who were living in Scotland just prior to their mass extinction by the Roman invasion. It is suggested that the name “Pict,” derived from the word “dicta”, is a reference to their distinctive pattern of stone circles, called picks, which they created and where their religious and political power was based. Pict | people — Encyclopedia Britannica The meaning of Pict and PICT are from Wikipedia; they contain examples of: “a person of the North of Scotland whose history is intertwined with the history of the Pict's; a person of the North of Scotland; a person who is related to or has similar characteristics with a Pict.” Pict | people — Encyclopedia Britannica Picture — Wikipedia Pict History — Wikipedia The history of the Pict's is, therefore, largely based on their language. The Pict's are considered by many to be the first peoples to use pictograms, which are geometric designs of pictures usually surrounded by animal, human, or bird shapes. They also invented the wheel, and developed the tradition of making stone circles in which they held ceremonies.