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Blàthan Briste | Broken Flowers

Blàthan Briste | Broken Flowers is a collaborative exhibition by Alec Finlay and Hannah Imlach exploring energy independence, localism, and technology, from the Neolithic quernstones (hand-mills) of the islands, to the MoD rocket range on Uist and St Kilda, and the renewable energy arrays of the future. Preview – Saturday 5 August 7pm including Work Songs, …

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Hand-Milling Grain & Worksongs

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Lesions in the Landscape – Shona Illingworth Artist’s Talk.

Lesions in the Landscape – Shona Illingworth Artist’s Talk via Skype  

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The Archaeology of North Uist – Talk by Kate Macdonald

The Archaeology of North Uist – Talk by Kate Macdonald Friday 30 September 7.30pm. Donations at door

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Part-time Art Courses, Lews Castle College

Part-time art courses in a range of subjects for complete beginners to experienced artists. 2 – 6 week Short Courses and Continuing Art Practice. Opportunities for all levels of experience   Painting                  September/ October  2017 Drawing                  Monday afternoons Photography           November/December 2017 Textiles                   November/ December 2017 Printmaking             January/ February 2018 Sculpture                March 2018 CAP                       On-going throughout year …

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Art and Archaeology Summer School – Evidence and Inference

  The Lews Castle College Art and Archaeology Summer School takes place on the island of North Uist in the Outer Hebrides. The course is run over five days in August and is hosted at the Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Arts Centre in Lochmaddy, as well as various site locations around North Uist. The course …

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ARCHAEOLOGY – ECHOES, MARKS AND MEMORY

A collective exhibition of work by Uist Arts Association members drawing on and inspired by archaeology – Echoes, Marks and Memory. Collective exhibition of work by Uist Arts Association members drawing on and inspired by Archaeology :- Echoes, Marks and Memory.  What does the presence of people leave behind? Local artists and makers respond to …

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Stories, Songs and Traditions from St Kilda

A unique event illustrated by photos, archive recordings of St Kildans as well as live performance by acclaimed folklorist and singer Margaret Bennett Presented as part of the supporting programme of events for Lesions in the Landscape    

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Last Thursdays Poetry Evening

This month’s theme – The Past in Stones; Landscape, History, Archaeology and People Everyone is welcome to join in these poetry evenings. Bring poems to read or just come to listen and enjoy.

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Proceedings Of The Society

Broad Reach is please to present an installation by artist Bobby Niven in response to Rubh’ an Dunain, Glen Brittle, Skye, a rich palimpsest of archaeological remains named the ‘Viking Canal’ the site boasts evidence of occupation from Mesolithic times to as late as the 1800s and is a unique example of time-depth archaeology.