Events & Exhibitions Archive

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  EARTHWARDS/Ris a’ Gharbhlach – Monday 15 June @TC 11am – 9pm Taigh Chearsabhagh presents a day of Geology themed events: Hidden Mountains – 11am-12pm – Gallery 2 Geology Talk – Jean Archer What does geology sound like? – 12:30pm-1:30pm – Gallery 2 A performance by the Office Orchestra of Christian Wollf’s composition Stones Tional – […]

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A final mission to rescue himself When the memories of a life are lost in the snow, a final challenge remains. The toughest climb of all: to conquer the mind and rescue the man. From acclaimed Scottish director Robbie Fraser £8 inc. VAT £6 (concs.) Tickets on door only – email [email protected] to reserve. Plus a […]

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  Join us on Baile Sear beach, on the 14th of July to take part in this exciting interactive artwork by Katie Paterson, where you will transform the beach into a mini mountain range using special “buckets and spades”!   About the Project: Website:http://www.firstthereisamountain.com First There is a Mountain is a new artwork that connects […]

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What can The University of the Highlands and Islands do for your business? The Knowledge Exchange Creative Economy Hub at the University of the Highlands and Islands is committed to developing collaboration and interaction with the creative economy sector across the region. The university aims to increase activity in knowledge exchange for the benefit of […]

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Seeking Selkies – Saturday 22 Jun 2019 – 10:30am-4pm Taigh Chearsabhagh presents a day of stories, song, art making and film at the Claddach Kirkibost Centre exploring Selkie folklore £15 – Including Lunch – Ages 12+ Booking Recommended tel: 01870 603 970 Share thisFacebookTwitterPinterestEmail

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Travelling Gallery’s Spring 2019 exhibition, Displaced, will explore how artists are responding to global migration and the refugee crisis now. With ongoing international conflicts and the continued displacement of human beings, artists are asking us to question how we view, understand, and represent refugees and migrants. Can artists give an ethical voice to those who don’t have one? Displaced is […]

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Taigh Chearsabhagh is very proud to present the Degree Show exhibitions in our main gallery spaces by the first 3 home grown graduates, Gina Macdonald, Kirsty O’Connor and Holly Moffat-Hardy https://www.lews.uhi.ac.uk/about-us/find-us/north-uist-campus/ Share thisFacebookTwitterPinterestEmail

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Come join us on Monday the 13th of May for a Tapestry Weaving Workshop with artist Susannah Bolton (http://www.susannahbolton.com/)  in the studios at Taigh Chearsabhagh. We will explore the basics of tapestry weaving. No prior experience needed, just come along and enjoy an afternoon of weaving on handmade notched lap looms. You will leave equipped […]

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Battle of Sollas Commemoration Project Closing date : 8 June The community of the district of Sollas, Isle of North Uist, Outer Hebrides would like to commission an artist to create a suitable memorial commemorating the Battle of Sollas. This is an open call for artists to submit a Stage 1 proposal and outline ideas. […]

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Là Buidhe Bealltainn // Beltane Wed 1st May Diciadain 1 An Cèitean Cuir seachad Là Bhuidhe Bealltainn còmhla rinn aig Taigh Chearsabhagh! Come join us on the 1st of May to celebrate Beltane (Là Buidhe Bealltainn) at Taigh Chearsabhagh. Bealtane is one of the Celtic quarter-days, and traditionally marked the beginning of summer. MORE DETAILS […]

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An archive of Taigh Chearsabhagh events and exhibitions for 2005.

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Last Thursdays Poetry Evening – Dark and Light As we emerge from the darkness of winter into the lightness of spring, please bring poems that reflect on this Taigh Chearsabhagh – Thursday 28 March – 7:30pm – 9:00pm (Doors open from 7pm) Entry by donation (£3 suggested) includes complementary cold drinks and nibbles Share thisFacebookTwitterPinterestEmail

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Everyone is invited to Taigh Chearsabhagh Trust’s AGM on Wednesday 20 March from 6pm. Fèis Rois will be screening their Uist Kin in the Community film directed by Duncan Chisholm with a live performance of the soundtrack by Pàdruig Morrison, Chloe Steele, Ailis Sutherland and Ilona Kennedy. All welcome! Share thisFacebookTwitterPinterestEmail

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From Tuesday 12th March, we will be starting a series of drawing classes over 3 weeks with Marnie Keltie. All abilities welcome! All we would ask you to bring is an object you would like to draw. The class date and times are as follows: Session 1: Tuesday 12th of March, 7pm. Session 2: Tuesday […]

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                                     I am flying over North Uist on a late November afternoon. The arrival into Benbecula airport is unnerving. Beneath me through the dark grey cloud there suddenly appears a vast landscape that stretches out as far as […]

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                                    I am visiting the Isle of Berneray in the Outer Hebrides catching up on the building of our new studio, a restored Thomas Telford Parliamentary Church. Driving up the track I am perplexed to see that the […]

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Jon will be reading from his latest collection, “ A Melody of Sorts” ‘Born among the granite and drumlins of Ireland, Jon Plunkett now lives and writes in the Highlands of Scotland. His work has been widely published and anthologised in poetry and literary journals. In addition to writing, Jon is a multiple poetry slam […]

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Alistair Gow, Master Printer at Glasgow Print Studio gives a talk about his work Thursday 14 February 7.30pm. He will talk about his work with Ken Currie recently exhibited at Taigh Chearsabhagh. He is currently in Uist as a visiting printmaking tutor with LCC UHI art students. Free. All welcome. Share thisFacebookTwitterPinterestEmail

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Don’t miss this Film screening and talk on Friday the 8th of Feb by Lesley Riddoch The Faroes, Iceland and Norway all punch well above their weight in health, literacy, average income and happiness. How have these places overcome the immense challenges of remoteness and relatively barren landscapes to achieve independence, or in the case of […]

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