Thursday 15th November 2018

Taigh Chearsabhagh is delighted to launch the first in our Online Galleries exhibitions as part of our fèis dùbhlachd/dark months festival a new programme of virtual and physical winter events.  For our first digital exhibition, we are very excited to be showing the work of North Uist born artist Eilidh Stewart,  her work  reflects the beauty of […]

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Friday 7th September 2018

CASTING OPPORTUNITY FOR NEW FEATURE FILM KAHLEEN CRAWFORD CASTING ARE LOOKING FOR LOCALS FOR SOME OF THE SMALLER ROLES IN A NEW FEATURE FILM SHOOTING ON UIST IN OCT-NOV THIS YEAR. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED AND FIT ANY OF THE CHARACTER BRIEFS BELOW PLEASE CONTACT US AT [email protected] WITH ‘UIST CASTING’ IN THE SUBJECT BOX […]

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Monday 21st December 2015

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year from all at Taigh Chearsabhagh to everyone we have worked with in 2015 1 Million Miles for Ellie, Access Archaeology, Alda’s Taxis, Alasdair MacEachan, Am Paipear, An Lanntair, An Talla Sollais, Archie Campbell, Aros, Atlas Arts, Breacan Training, Bobby Niven, Caledonian MacBrayne, Campbell Stewart MacLennan, Caraidean Uibhist, Ceòlas, CoCreator, […]

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Friday 25th April 2014

  On the 23rd of April we welcomed artist Vija Celmins to the centre in which she very kindly discussed her current exhibition with Emma Nicolson, Director ATLAS Arts and curator of Broad Reach and esteemed gallerist and ARTIST ROOMS founder Anthony d’Offay.  This was a rare chance to witness this internationally-acclaimed artist who normally shies away from […]

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Friday 7th March 2014

We are seeking enthusiastic volunteers to help with our upcoming ARTIST ROOMS exhibition. This opportunity is for an exhibition ambassador who will engage in all aspects of our exhibition programme including invigilation, learning workshops and guided tours.   Image: Vija Celmins, Jupiter Moon – Constellation,1983 ARTIST ROOMS Tate and National Galleries of Scotland. Acquired jointly through The d’Offay […]

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Thursday 10th October 2013

Between Tides Annual Open Exhibition Call for Entries Submissions are requested for the Annual UAA Open selling exhibition entitled ‘Between Tides’ at Taigh Chearsabhagh, Gallery 1, 2 & Cafe. The show will run from: 9 November – 31 December 2013 preview Friday 8th november 7.30pm Submissions are now invited for this open exhibition in any […]

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Tuesday 23rd October 2012

Taigh Chearsabhagh Trust is looking to strengthen and diversify its voluntary board with skilled and dedicated people to help us build our organisation for the future. Since 1995, Taigh Chearsabhagh has been a respected and thriving Art Gallery & Museum in Lochmaddy in North Uist. It is an accredited museum and Foundation Organisation of Creative Scotland. We’re looking to create […]

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Monday 24th October 2011

http://vimeo.com/30320754 We set off from Lochmaddy, with packed lunches, cameras, video cameras, sketch books, and water-proof rainwear, just in case we would need it. As we passed the first smaller islands, we noticed that there is a cross shape on the top of one of them. The view of the sea and the land looks […]

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Ronay and Ceann Airigh Trip The weather was fantastic as we set off from Grimsay on the boat. Midges had been feasting on us until we started moving. The reflections of the land on the water took my breath away. We passed a fish farm, where the fish jumped up to peek at us, and then the engine became […]

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Thursday 23rd June 2011

Taigh Chearsabhagh has been awarded Full Accreditation status under the national scheme run by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA)

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Thursday 7th April 2011

nice feature on Taigh Chearsabhagh in Northings, a great source of cultural info in the Highlands & Islands http://northings.com/2011/04/01/taigh-chearsabhagh/

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Saturday 5th February 2011

Taigh Chearsabhagh has recently received £250,000 to refurbish the galleries, shop and cafe spaces. The purpose of the gallery and shop refurbishment is for improved insulation, lower energy consumption and a reduced carbon footprint.

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