A touring exhibition from The Royal Botanical Garden Edinburgh

An excitingcollaboration of Art and Science, Think Plastic – materials and making, encourages us all to consider the urgent need for humans to use plastics more responsibly. Through works of art, jewellery and contemplation of plastic in our everyday lives, it presents plastic as a precious and often misunderstood product.

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ONLINE MENTORING OPPORTUNITY WITH ISABEL ROCAMORA. Internationally-acclaimed moving image artist Isabel Rocamora will be offering funded creative one-to-one individually tailored mentoring for two artists who are interested in developing their practice in moving image and/or still photography.

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The annual UAA Summer Exhibition is open! Studio Galleries / Free entry 10am-4pm / Monday – Saturday The UAA Summer Exhibition is a group show by artists members of the local professional association showcasing the talent working in studios across the islands. The exhibition includes an impressive variety of original artwork alongside selected original prints. […]

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UistFilm are launching a participatory film project asking people anywhere in the world to create a message in a bottle, documenting your concerns about the climate crisis, asking questions of those in power, proposing sustainable future scenarios.

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Plastic is Amazing is an artist-led workshop showing how we can re-use plastic to enjoy its wonderful properties. In this hands-on making session you will transform plastic waste into clouds and trees to create your own environmental balance mobile. The workshop will be indoors at Taigh Chearsabhagh with ceramic artist Carol Sinclair. Carol’s artwork can be […]

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This exhibition from Historic Environment Scotland celebrates the work of Erskine Beveridge and how he used his love of photography to not only capture a Scotland that spoke to him, but to document a way of life he feared was dying out. Beveridge’s photography is here explored in the light of HES’ work recording and sharing Scotland’s built environment.

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The Uist Arts Association and Taigh Chearsabhagh are co-curating an exhibition to showcase works made using Taigh Chearsabhagh’s Darkroom and Print Studio. Both facilities are open access and include use of specialist equipment and consumables for local and visiting artists.

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South West by South: An t-Eilean Fada, The Long Island: A Poetic Cartography is an exhibition of new work by artist Gill Russell created for Taigh Chearsabhagh

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