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Uist Haiku Project

Uist Haiku Project

Do you fancy writing short poems about Uist? Do you want to add text to your artwork? See below for details... Uist Haiku is a project to write short, 3-line poems (“haiku”) about life in Uist. Some of these are accompanied or inspired by artwork (“haiga”) from Uist...

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UAA Summer Exhibition 2021 news

UAA Summer Exhibition 2021 news

Because of all the uncertainty around Covid and unlocking, we decided a while ago not to run Art On The Map this summer. But, to compensate and help promote our members and their work, we are planning a bigger and wider summer exhibition at Taigh Chearsabhaght his...

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Meg  Rodger: In the Studio

Meg Rodger: In the Studio

'There is a 4,000-year-old Neolithic standing stone row on Meg Rodger’s croft on the island of Berneray in the Outer Hebrides. Over time, Meg has studied the monument and realised that it lines up with the equinox – the point at which, twice a year, the sun is exactly...

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Art is Not an Island

Art is Not an Island

Art is Not an Island is a short film by Ewan Allinson and Maria Rud for the Arts and the Artist in Landscape and Environmental Research Today (AALERT) network looking at the role of artists, arts organisations and arts education in the "repeopling" of Eigg and North...

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Origin of the UAA logo

Origin of the UAA logo

A Blast from the Pastby Anna Davis Has it been 28 years, I was surprised to hear from Catherine asking if I still had an original copy of the swan print that has been used as the UAA logo as they only had a low res scan. Hmm, I’ll have a look and there it was, buried...

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