Blàthan Briste | Broken Flowers

7 August – 28 October, Preview Saturday 5 August 7pm
Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Arts Centre

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, Do They Work? talk with John Purser and singer Linda Macleod and special screening of Carrier Strike by Ian Hamilton Finlay & John Purser.

Monday 7 August 7pm. Free
Artists in Conversation with Alec Finlay + Hannah Imlach

Tuesday 8 August 7pm. Free
Ecopoetics Reading with Lila Matsumoto + Alec Finlay

Wednesday 9 August 9am – 5pm. 
Monachs Boat Trip on the Lady Anne. A day of performative installation and site-specific readings with the artists.
£85 – Lunch included – Advance booking essential – Call 01870 603970

Thursday 10 August 7pm. Free (booking required)
Ecopoetics Workshop with Lila Matsumoto.What special knowledge can poetry give us about our environment? In this workshop, we will explore ways of sensing and describing our world through touch, smell, sight, and sound.