Last chance to see

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.

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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)

P1050304 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.

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