When The World Becomes Our Body | An Saoghal Nar Bodhaig Where does the human body begin and where does the natural world end? Ecognosis is an exhibition that consists of three new video works commissioned by Taigh Chearsabhagh which investigates the relationship between the human body and the tidal landscape. By giving nature the […]

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Image by Rachel Fermi, Untitled (Blue Planet) In association with Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre, UHI Centre for Rural Creativity, and the Art School at University of the Highlands and Islands, North Uist, in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides. Imagining an Island is a collaborative project, initiated by Professor John Kippin and Nicola Neate, which has evolved from their […]

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Work in Progress In this Day and Age is a photographic project about people who have moved to the Western Isles from other places, both from within and from outside of the UK. This work was conceived as, and will later become a book publication. An island is a singular place, with clearly defined boundaries. […]

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Tide Lines: A Short Film Invited artists Alix Rothnie and Sarah Calmus will create a moving image work, in collaboration with Taigh Chearsabhagh and UistFilm and local communities responding directly to the waters of North Uist, and the threats to its community of an encroaching tide-line. The project is funded by SNH as part of […]

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Join us for a virtual poetry evening MC’d by Pauline Prior-Pitt Special guest Jen Hadfield is a renowned poet and visual artist who has made her home in Shetland. Her first collection, Almanacs, won an Eric Gregory Award in 2003. She is the youngest female poet to be awarded the T.S. Eliot Prize with her […]

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A two-day Symposium, in collaboration with University of the Highlands & Islands, Centre for Rural Creativity and the Art School at UHI, North Uist, in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides, foregrounding Contemporary Landscape Practices in Photography and Film.

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