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In partnership with Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath, Taigh Chearsabhagh is pleased to present our heritage exhibition ‘Ceòl Uibhist a Tuath’.

A’ Leantainn Snàithleanan is an exhibition of weaving and wrapping from Uist artist MM Beaton. Please join us for an opening celebration with MM at 7 pm on the 26th of August. The exhibition is free to view in the Taigh Chearsabhagh café gallery, 10 am – 4 pm, Monday to Saturday. 

Aonachd | Sameness | Disturbance | Troimh a Chéile presents the work of three artists whose practices have an existing relationship to Identity and Place: Ingrid Bell, Clee Claire Lee, and Gina MacDonald. Please join us for an opening preview at 7 pm on the 1st of September here at Taigh Chearsabhagh. The exhibition is free and open to all, 10 am till 4 pm, Monday to Saturday. 

Samhlaidhean is exhibition is the culmination of a year-long period of research conducted by Fiona MacIsaac as part of the MRes Creative Practice program through Shetland College UHI. Please join us for the opening preview at 6 pm on Saturday 8th October. Fiona will introduce this new body of work in Gaelic and give a talk about her research and creative process for Samhlaidhean. Samhlaidhean is free and open to all from 10 am – 4 pm, Monday to Saturday, in Gallery 2 at Taigh Chearsabhagh. 

After totally sold out premiere screenings on Berneray, North Uist, Edinburgh International Film Festival and Glasgow here is another opportunity to see DÙTHCHAS | HOME on Berneray. 

Taigh Chearsabhagh is hosting a poetry evening to celebrate the upcoming Outer Hebrides Wildlife Festival. We have invited Gerry Cambridge to share his work amidst the current café exhibition, Outer Hebrides Wildlife

‘Description is revelation!’ Michael MacLaverty told the young Seamus Heaney when he visited the older writer. Gerry Cambridge’s workshop, the 29th of October, will take a look, via examples, at the importance of looking accurately in writing well, whether it be poems or prose.

A varying programme of artists’ moving image on the theme of the sea, curated by Joshua Bonnetta and Andy Mackinnon.  […]

Harvesting Light is an ongoing body of work by North Uist based photographer and filmmaker Tara Drummie, motivated by a […]