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Open Monday to Saturday, 10am – 4pm 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.

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

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.

If you could say anything to the delegates at COP26, what would it be? If you would like to send a message in a bottle, please send us your messages by 12 noon on the 11th of October 2021.  

Our regular poetry evenings are rekindled as the nights lengthen, with our first guest, Em Strang, who will join us via Zoom to read her poems on the 30th September 2021 at 7:30pm.

Places of Significance is a creative writing workshop led by poet Em Strang, as our September guest poet. Focussing on the more-than-human inhabitants of place and places, the workshop links to South West by South, Gill Russell’s exhibition in Gallery 1.

Shepherds’ songs and counting sheep: Culture, language, tradition and rural economies for the future.

Join Scottish and international partners for a one-day seminar when Taigh Chearsabhagh will host a pan-European gathering with talks, presentations, performances and films’ screenings, as well as opportunities to meet, work, socialise and share experiences.
Friday 15th October. 9.30am – 5.30pm.

Artists Mary Walters, Elizabeth Bourne, Adam Sebire & Martin Disley present a new Glacial Narrative – from 4 artists who have spent considerable time in Arctic environments, and have developed a complementary series of works that not only raise awareness of the wonder of ice as a material, but also ask questions about its disappearance.

The first title for DUILLEAG book club readers is Hiort by Iain F. MacLeòid. We will meet with the author to share our thoughts on Hiort and hear about Iain’s writing process on the 11th of November. 7pm 11th November.