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 […]
As part of our Creative Space programme with pupils at Sgoil Lionacleit, we will be hosting a series of “So… You Want To Start a Band” sessions at the Bunker at East Camp! We will cover everything from how you would actually start a band to designing an album cover. These sessions will run on […]
We are delighted that the Saturday club at our new TC a Deas is going from strength to strength. We had 17 Halloween artists in this weekend who made some amazing things!
We have had a successful start to our workshops for Children and Adults at Taigh Chearsabhagh a’ Deas. These classes have been led by the wonderful Ursina MacLellan and have been thoroughly enjoyed by the participants. Saturday Club will be on at Taigh Chearsabhagh a’ Deas every Saturday from 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm (ages […]
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Taigh Chearsabhagh will be open Monday to Saturday 10.00am to 4.00pm Café opening hours Monday to Saturday 10.00am to 3.00pm serving hot food till 2.30pm and snacks till 3.00pm Post Office Monday to Friday 10.00am to 4.00pm These Winter opening hours will start on Monday the 8th October
Taigh Chearsabhagh will be launching Taigh Chearsabhagh a’ Deas in Lochboisdale, a new pop-gallery and workshop space, on the 13th of October. We will be starting the free children’s art classes from 12:30 – 13:30 (ages 5 -7) and the second class for children aged 8+ at 14:00 – 15:00. Please sign up now. The […]
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 […]
àite cruthachail/creative space Taigh Chearsabhagh is delighted to launch a new Creative Space project at Sgoil Lionacleit (Lionacleit Secondary School), Benbecula. This project has been made possible with the support of our sponsor R C MacAulay (Kirkibost) Ltd of North Uist and match funding from Arts & Business Scotland via the Culture & Business Fund […]
With the final Runrig tour happening this weekend, it’s timely that Taigh Chearsabhagh has the Runrig archive available in the museum. We have over 1500 press cuttings, photographs and posters as well as a gold disc. Come in and have a look – if you haven’t got a ticket for the live events it’s the […]
Taigh Chearsabhagh are featured in this short clip from BBC Alba about things to do while on holiday in Uist. I talk briefly about our Children’s Saturday Clubs and Exhibitions.
Taigh Chearsabhagh will hold the AGM on the 8th March – 6pm for the AGM meeting, followed by a wee ceilidh from 7pm with live music (Chloe Steele and Jordan Neil), wine, film and more. This is a new format and approach for us here at Taigh Chearsabhagh – we want to make sure we get […]
Taigh Chearsabhagh Trust AGM report 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, […]
press release 30/10/14 for immediate use; There’s good news for North Uist’s award-winning museum and arts centre, Taigh Chearsabhagh. In the latest round of Creative Scotland funding the centre has secured £305,000 over the next three years. The investment will mean Lochmaddy’s community hub is not only able to consolidate a reputation built up over […]
Verbatim transcriptions of a series of conversations between Hamish McIlwraith and seven residents of North Uist. These recorded communications are stories recalling fundamental aspects of island life and can be read here as a fluent narrative that is nostalgic and informative.
Tuesday 14th August Filmed the huge rotor blades for the Lochcarnan Community Windfarm being loaded onto lorries today. Beautiful, sleek aerodynamic forms that twist and curve into the wind, they reminded me of the bodies of whales, perhaps because I’ve just spent a week with artist Claudia Losi who has made wonderful works with the […]