It is the last week of the exhibition at Northlight Gallery ‘The days never seem the same’: Gunnie Moberg & Margaret Tait. The show closes at 5pm on Saturday 17 November. The gallery is closed Mondays/Tuesdays leaving you today (Sunday) until 5pm and Wednesday to Saturday between 1pm and 5pm to head to Northlight.
Don’t miss the Margaret Tait projections Looking In Looking Out There will be showings 6-7pm tonight and Wednesday and Thursday next week:
11 November: SHOP!, 1978.
16mm transferred to digital, silent, 15 min.
A series of interiors of local businesses in Kirkwall.
14–15 November: The Royal Mile, c.1955.
16mm transferred to digital, silent, 3 min.
Along Edinburgh’s Royal Mile in the 1950s. (unfinished)
Photograph: Mark Jenkins
There is also an event at the Pier Arts Centre, Stromness, tonight (Sunday) at 7:30pm.
For Margaret is an evening celebration on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Margaret Tait’s birth. A selection of poems read by those who knew her and/or were inspired by her work, plus a selection of films chosen by Peter Todd. The programme will include: Garden Pieces(1998), Colour Poems (1974), Three Portrait Sketches (1951) and My Room (1951).
Peter Todd is a London-based filmmaker, who was also a friend of Margaret Tait.
Part of Margaret Tait 100.