Uist and Barra
Art on the Map Trail

June – July – August 2022: open studios, arts businesses and other events

The Artists

The artists are a mixture of professional and amateur, full time and part time. This year there are 31 participants. Geographically, there are participants in Berneray, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist and Barra

Venues range from dedicated studios to more domestic spaces, from galleries to village halls. Visitors use our artists’ profiles to identify interesting artists and use the interactive Google map in each profile to find their location.  A leaflet giving an overview of the trail is also available locally and can be downloaded here

Artists are availble for interview and can be contacted directly. The Uist Arts Association can also assist. We’ve also identified previous interviews with some of the participants

Artists available for interview

You are welcome to contact directlyany of the Art on the Map participants for an interview using the contact information from our artists profiles.

Alternatively, Uist Arts Association are happy to assist.

Previous interviews

Interviews with some of the artists appearing in this year’s Art on the Map trail from a variety of sources (some are text, some are videos)

Press releases

Launch of this year’s Art on the Map trail.  (May 2022)


Images of artists, venues and artwork suitable for use in print or on web


Artists talking about their work and studios

Contact us

We can be contacted by email on uistarts@gmail.com

By telephone, you can contact: 

  • Catherine Yeatman, UAA chairperson: xxx
  • Peter Ferguson, web support: 0776 197 4170

We can also be contacted through Facetime or Zoom

During our Summer Exhibition (July 2nd to August 6th),  an in-gallery assistant Sif Nielsen will also be available at Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre to answer any questions on the exhibition, the artists and the Art on the Map Trail.

We will be regualrly releasing new stories, images and other news through our social media feeds (along with other stories of island art and cultural news)