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Photo of exhibits in the Learning + Living Wildness exhibition, showing photographic images hung on a white wall and objects on a wall ledge.

Learning + Living Wildness Exhibition

Learning + Living Wildness was a four-day event held in April combining visual art, photography and nature.  Participants explored the unique, wildlife-rich machair environment at Balranald Nature Reserve, augmented by guided walks, talks and group discussions, as a basis to develop their creative response in the Print Workshop and Dark Room at Taigh Chearsabhagh.

You can view the results of this fruitful learning experience, exhibited in the Cafe Gallery at Taigh Chearsabhagh.  Come along to see the range of work created through printmaking and analogue photography.

Read more about the Learning + Living Wildness event, and our Print Workshop and Darkroom Co-ordinator’s request for suggestions for future events, in Nicola Neate’s blog.  

The exhibition is free and open to all from 10 am – 4 pm, Monday to Saturday, in the Cafe Gallery at Taigh Chearsabhagh.  If you would like to support our continued programming and enable us to keep offering free events, please consider making a donation to Taigh Chearsabhagh.

Taigh Chearsabhagh’s Print Workshop and Dark Room are available for bookings.  For more information, and membership offers, see the Print Workshop and Dark Room webpage.

Image credit: John Kippin & Nicola Neate.