Ellis O’Connor is a visual artist from Scotland living on the Outer Hebridean Island of North Uist. The paintings in this show are in response to Ellis’s first winter spent living on the Island and immersing herself  in the wild often unforgiving elements that the Island is often exposed to. These works represent the movement and […]

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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.

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Outer Hebrides Film Archive Research Project FOUND: Film/OUter hebrides/Narrative + Digitisation Having been discovered by chance or unexpectedly. Establish or originate Base Plan and begin the building Melt and mould Faodail: Lucky find, a waif, a found object                       We will be showing a different programme of […]

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Come and join us at the Taigh Chearsabhagh Art Summer School for children aged 8 – 14. Please contact us if you have younger or older children and we’ll see what we can do. We’ll be running this once a week from the 26th of June, at Taigh Chearsabhagh and some other exciting outside venues […]

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Come and join us for our Children’s Saturday Clubs – Fun and Free! Saturday Club is a series of lively Arts and Heritage themed art workshops for Children. Each workshop is led by a professional artist and a skilled assistant and will involve making arts & crafts suitable for all abilities and skill levels. The […]

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A new film and sound installation commissioned by The Wapping Project playfully explores questions around creation of borders. What are borders? How are they constructed? What are the consequences of their creation? Who draws the border? What is considered when it is being drawn? In Making Her Mark, a woman, performed by Scottish dance artist […]

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