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Painting of a group sitting on grass having a picnic. Credit Yasmin Davidson.

In conversation with Yasmin Davidson

Bringing the Dùthchas: Through the artist’s lens exhibition to a close, we are pleased to present an ‘in conversation’ evening with the artist, Yasmin Davidson, and Andy Mackinnon, Director of the Dùthchas film.

Dùthchas: through the Artist’s Lens is a body of work painted from cinematic archive film ‘stills’ of 1960s and 70s Berneray captured by Ann and Bill Scott, presented within the documentary film, Dùthchas | Home.

Please come along to this Finissage to mark the end of Yasmin’s exhibition and hear more about her practice and inspiration. All are welcome.  

Yasmin Davidson was born in Dundee in 1990. She grew up in the city and studied Fine Art at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art graduating in 2013. Davidson has lived in Canada and travelled extensively across the United States. She moved to North Uist in 2019 and now lives and works on the Isle of Berneray.  Yasmin Davidson regularly exhibits work with the Uist Arts Association and in galleries across the Western Isles.

This event is free – donations towards refreshments are welcome.

Image credit: Yasmin Davidson