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Cearcall a’ Chuain [ the ocean’s cycle]

This year’s annual Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath exhibition Cearcall a’ Chuain [ the ocean’s cycle] explores the fascinating theme of the sea and stories about the waters that surround our island. The exhibition  will include cases of sea related objects as well as the amazing collection of model boats from the Reverent Donald MacQuarrie.  …

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Part-time Art Courses, Lews Castle College

Part-time art courses in a range of subjects for complete beginners to experienced artists. Painting — Sept/Oct 2016 or May 2017 Vocal / Visual workshop — Sept 2016 Printmaking — Nov and Dec 2016 Figure Drawing —Oct 2016 Drawing — year round Photography — Oct/Nov or Jan 2017 Video and digital media — February 2017 …

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Taigh Chearsabhagh Trust AGM

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SIANTAN | ELEMENTAL – Meg Rodger + Peter Ferguson

Elemental is a creative exploration by local artists Peter Ferguson and Meg Rodger of their relationship with the wind and weather of the Hebrides.

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Last Thursdays Poetry Evening

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Taigh Ciùil – Local Live Music

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Winter Fly-Tying Sessions

Hope to see you at the next session in February.

Meg Rodger - Storm Forecast
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Siantan | Elemental – Illustrated Talk

Climate of the Outer Hebrides with Dr. Eddie Graham Eddy is a well-known lecturer and meteorologist based at the University of the Highlands and Islands, Lews Castle College, Stornoway. He will talk about the unique aspects of the weather and climate of our region and will explain how and why the weather and climate are so …

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Last Thursdays Poetry Event

  Part of the supporting programme for SIANTAN | ELEMENTAL, the exhibition by LCC UHI BAFA graduates Meg Rodger + Peter Ferguson. Featuring Ian Stephen & Pauline Prior-Pitt with an Open Mic session in the 2nd half. Poems & Stories about weather, storms, wind and climate in the Outer Hebrides.

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Celebration – UAA Exhibition

A collective exhibition of UAA members work to mark the 21st birthday of the opening of Taigh Chearsabhagh – Celebration of beauty, people, community, place, colour, light.