Write up of Are you LOCATIONALIZED by Gavin Morrison for Fleming Collections Scottish Art News August 2014 edition.

Write up of Are you LOCATIONALIZED by Gavin Morrison for Fleming Collections Scottish Art News August 2014 edition.

Are you LOCATIONALIZED featured in The Guardian Travel section.

Are you LOCATIONALIZED featured in The Guardian Travel section.

Are you LOCATIONALIZED featured on the BBC website.

Are you LOCATIONALIZED featured on the BBC website.

Artist -in- Residence Sharon Quigley has arrived
We are delighted to welcome artist Sharon Quigley who will be collaborating and working with artists from the Craigard Centre.  The project entitled the Living Lab will be a  sensory mapping project examining lives and landscapes in North Uist. The results of their work will be exhibited at Taigh Chearsabhagh in October.
Over the course of this residency Sharon and the Craigard group will capture experiences and thoughts through a variety of cartographic approaches and artistic interpretations, recording personal memories, daily journeys and drawing inspiration from crofting and physical environments such as beach, dune and machair.  Sharon Quigley is an artist based in Edinburgh who balances community collaboration and engagement with self directed studio practice. In her role at Project Ability and The Drawing Room (National Galleries of Scotland) she creates bespoke activities to enable all walks of life to participate in the creative process.

Artist -in- Residence Sharon Quigley has arrived

We are delighted to welcome artist Sharon Quigley who will be collaborating and working with artists from the Craigard Centre.  The project entitled the Living Lab will be a  sensory mapping project examining lives and landscapes in North Uist. The results of their work will be exhibited at Taigh Chearsabhagh in October.

Over the course of this residency Sharon and the Craigard group will capture experiences and thoughts through a variety of cartographic approaches and artistic interpretations, recording personal memories, daily journeys and drawing inspiration from crofting and physical environments such as beach, dune and machair. 
 
Sharon Quigley is an artist based in Edinburgh who balances community collaboration and engagement with self directed studio practice. In her role at Project Ability and The Drawing Room (National Galleries of Scotland) she creates bespoke activities to enable all walks of life to participate in the creative process.

The two temporary constructions located at Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Art Centre in North Uist and The Meall in Portree, Isle of Skye | Are you LOCATIONALIZED | Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan 

Commissioned by ATLAS Arts for GENERATION: 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland.

Photo credit Ruth Clark

Synchromy I Norman McLaren I 1971 I install shot of exhibition Kinesis I 

Synchromy I Norman McLaren I 1971 I install shot of exhibition Kinesis I 

Promotional material has arrived for our next exhibition Kinesis opening 5 July 2014.
We are glad to be apart of McLaren 2014 a nationwide programme celebrating the life and work of Norman McLaren.

Promotional material has arrived for our next exhibition Kinesis opening 5 July 2014.

We are glad to be apart of McLaren 2014 a nationwide programme celebrating the life and work of Norman McLaren.

A taste of things to come - Are you LOCATIONALIZED by Tatham & O’Sullivan part of GENERATION: 25 Years of Contemporary Art 
image courtesy of the artists

A taste of things to come - Are you LOCATIONALIZED by Tatham & O’Sullivan part of GENERATION: 25 Years of Contemporary Art 

image courtesy of the artists

Assistant Curator Gayle talks to Art in Scotland TV about Broad Reach. This was filmed earlier in the year with artist Ceara Conway’s (our first artist) display in the background.