The installation explores the the catastrophic impact of our relationship with nature and its long term effects. The work provokes a dialogue on how the rising sea levels will affect coastal areas, its inhabitants and land usage in the future.
To launch the project in January 2019 we are aiming to digitise 4000 feet of super8 colour film by local naturalist and Gaelic educator Annie (Chnoc na Luib) MacDonald from the 1960’s and 70’s. The films document Annie’s love of her native island’s unique flora and fauna. We aim to raise £1000 by mid-February. Please […]
UHI B.A. Fine Art Degree Show Jean Newman’s work seeks to invite curiosity and encourage a questioning of our understanding of time, continuity and place. Walking in the Uist landscape provides a mechanism for both creative thinking and the collection of temporal information. Repetition infers time passing and mindful contemplation of the continuity between the […]
Considering the fragility of being human… A’ smaointinn air brisg an t-sluagh… We are delighted that our next UAA cafe exhibition will feature the work of local artist, Margaret Joan MacIsaac. About the work: We all may be only a few steps away from crisis, yet as a society people in crisis are often […]
New for 2018 and 2019, we are delighted to launch Taigh Chearsabhagh’s Feis Dubhlachd (Dark Months) Festival, a programme which seeks to bring the local community together through events and activities celebrating some of the island’s culture and environment, in the winter period. Events so far have included; A one day ‘Not a Conference’ […]
This Saturday (13th October) we will be launching Saturday Club classes for children in Lochboisdale. The classes will run from 12:30pm – 1:30pm for children aged 5 – 7, and then from 2pm – 3pm for children aged 8+. Our Saturday Club classes in North Uist are popular but it can be difficult for families […]