Capture, Cast and Collage
18th April to 16th May 2020.
Three artists exploring the natural beauty of the Outer Hebrides in their own unique styles.
Deadline: 11 May 2020 Midnight.
Call to artists with an interest in the Outer Hebrides.
Hulabhaig is pleased to invite artists to submit new or recent work in any medium for selection to the first summer exhibition at Baile na Cille, Uig, Isle of Lewis. First entry is free or you can pay for more to help support future exhibitions from Hulabhaig.
Open Day at Baile na Cille: Saturday 13th June 2020, 12am to 5pm.
Open by Appointment: 15th June 2020 to 18th July 2020.
All submitted work will also be published online via the Hulabhaig website and promoted alongside and as part of the main show.
Draw, Cook and Core
15th Aug to 19th Sept 2020.
We are pleased to be able to bring together 3 outstanding 2d and 3d visual artists from the Isles of Harris and Lewis and Norway.
Contemporary Art at Baile na Cille.
Andrea Ingram : Geoff Stear : Stephan-Maria Aust : Andy Laffan
17th December to January 31st 2020.
The title 'A Work in Progress' alludes to current activity at the church in Uig. Since its sale by the Church of Scotland in 2010, its future has been uncertain. Now in collaboration with owners Brian and Miranda Gayton, Hulabhaig are delighted to be able to explore its potential as an art gallery. This first exhibition brings together a collection of work by contemporary artists across the Isles of Lewis and Harris and includes photography, painting and sculpture.
Mhairi Law : Gill Thompson : Margarita Williams
Geoff Stear : Irene Blair : Andy Laffan
A Cloud Exhibition of New Work from Six Hebridean Artists Inspired by The Iolaire Tragedy of 1919.
Hulabhaig was delighted to present a new collection of large abstract artworks on canvas and a selection of smaller scale artworks on paper from renown Isle of Harris artist Geoff Stear.
Curated by Hulabhaig.
In 2018, Hulabhaig started experimenting with producing 'Cloud Exhibitions' as a method of curating online solo and group shows of work from island based artists. Back then everything was 'virtual' and now we have a wonderful empty church (Baile-na-Cille) to work with.
The 'Cloud Exhibitions' will continue and we will use them to document the artwork we show at Baile-na-Cille and reach out to our growing global audience.
Our previous online shows are currently being converted and reformatted to suit our new website. When they are ready we will provide the links on this page.