Lots of great films at the festival at Taigh Chearsabhagh and Carinish Hall. Full programme here Including SHORE: How We See The Sea To book tickets for Uist screenings click here
Don’t miss this special screening of debut feature film by Ben Sharrock. Unable to fly the nest due to the economic crisis that grips Spain, a young couple have trouble consummating their relationship. Increasingly desperate and with no money for a hotel, they are forced to look for local public hotspots used for sex, known […]
Tuesday 21st August 2018:Taigh Chearsabhagh 6.30pm – 7pm: Presentation 7pm – 8.30pm: pre-booked 1-2-1s Book Here: Admission Free Stephen Palmer, Visual Arts Officer, Creative Scotland, will introduce the Visual Artist and Craft Maker Awards scheme and will also speak about Creative Scotland and its funding more generally. At Taigh Chearsabhagh, Louise Cook: Shoreline Stoneware will speak […]
Great to have the amazing Kirsty Law back at Taigh Chearsabhagh! Don’t miss this chance to hear her fantastic voice. Support slot provided by the Uibhist Luadh Group with Gaelic waulking songs. Tickets on the door £8 inc VAT/£6 concs. Reservation recommended. Refreshments by donation.
Taigh Chearsabhagh Winter Programme, Events Manager Role This is a one-year contract, with potential to develop into a permanent role subject to funding. This is a part-time role at 3 days per week. What we need; Self-starter Able to identify and complete funding applications Ability to forge new event partnerships and supplier relations Knowledge of […]
As part of our Saturday Club program we will be running a Wader Animation Project, in collaboration with SNH, where children will have the opportunity to learn about wader habitat and make a short animation to highlight issues affecting these habitats, all while having fun! We will be using a technique called Stop-Frame animation and […]
An archive of Taigh Chearsabhagh events and exhibitions for 2005.
Thursday 12 July 7.30pm The Voyage Out: Poetry, Prose, Music & Memoir Anne-Marie Fyfe presents an evening on writers and the sea, from great novelists, travel-writers & poets of the past, to local poets who’ve taken part in Anne-Marie’s Edge of the Depths workshops, to the constant, recurring presence of the sea in her first five collections of […]
THE MOIRA MONOLOGUES Meet Moira Bell, cleaner, single mother, and the hardest woman in Falkirk. Whether defending her wee dog Pepe from the local rottweiler, attempting to seduce a teacher, or belting out Diana Ross for the Scotia karaoke night, Moira is hilarious, hypnotic, frightening and heart-warming company. Based on the women in Alan’s family, […]
Outer Hebrides Film Archive Research Project FOUND: Film/OUter hebrides/Narrative + Digitisation Having been discovered by chance or unexpectedly. Establish or originate Base Plan and begin the building Melt and mould Faodail: Lucky find, a waif, a found object We will be showing a different programme of […]
Come and join us at the Taigh Chearsabhagh Art Summer School for children aged 8 – 14. Please contact us if you have younger or older children and we’ll see what we can do. We’ll be running this once a week from the 26th of June, at Taigh Chearsabhagh and some other exciting outside venues […]
Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre Call for UAA Artists’ Cafe exhibitions in Taigh Chearsabhagh Café 2018/19 Closing date: Sunday 15 July 2018 Taigh Chearsabhagh is pleased to announce collaboration with the Uist Arts Association to hold a series of short Café exhibitions through 2018/19 Who Can Apply? Single artists or groups can apply. All […]
work in progress film screening & discussion with Canadian Artist/Filmmaker Joshua Bonetta. Free
A collaboration of poetry and visual art.
This year’s Fred MacAulay Memorial Lecture is to be delivered by Dr Allan Turner at Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre.
Dr Turner will be sharing some of his research from the collections gathered from the West Highlands by Dr Robert Maclagan during the 19th century.
The poet Stephen Watts came to North Uist in 1971 and stayed in the Shepherd’s House (without water or electricity) at the back of Eubhal in North Uist for 3 years. He wrote many poems about North Uist and the people he met, people like Peter Morrison (grandfather of Padruig Morrison), and Ewen Nicolson. After […]