IGNITE Walking Exhibition in Lochgilpead

ignite Walking ExhibitionIGNITE (5 & 6 November) is a Walking Exhibition around Lochgilphead of light works created by young people. Come and enjoy the festival atmosphere before the Fireworks on Bonfire Night. Ignite is brought to you by Artmap Engage and talc., Tarbert who came together with a shared belief that tools, materials and creative experimentation should …Read More

Luminate Photography Challenge: pop-up exhibition

Hill House, Chris Leslietalc. is hosting a pop-up exhibition of architectural photographs created by older people living across Scotland. The exhibition features photographs taken by people who took part in the Luminate Challenge this summer, and also includes images taken by professional photographer Chris Leslie as an inspiration for the Challenge participants. Come and find out more about …Read More

talc’s Arts & Craft’s Fair

talc_venue_45This year talc.’s ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR is part of the Artmap Argyll Open Studios event on SATURDAY, 27 AUGUST, 10AM–5PM and listed as Venue No 45. On the ground floor will be all about creativity with yarn – Fyne Spinners, Knitters and Girl’s Guides & refreshments and home baking. On the middle Floor will …Read More

New board members

talc. TarbertThere are three new co-opted art advisers on the board of the Templar Arts and Leisure Centre Trust: – Wilma MacKenzie as a local crafts person (glass engraver) from Tarbert – Lynne Girdwood is art teacher at Tarbert Academy, from Ardrishaig – Gair Dunlop is Course Director for Time Based Art & Digital Film at …Read More

talc. AGM

entrance_talcThe next AGM of the Templar Arts and Leisure Centre Trust is on 30th March at 7pm, middle floor. Interested people are very welcome! Sederunt Apologies Approval of Minutes from 2015 meeting Approval of Accounts for 2015 Election of Trustees End of AGM Other Matters: – Proposed upgrading of first floor – Any other business

Young Start: (de)code landscapes

Taynish treeWe are delighted to announce that the Templar Arts and Leisure Centre have been successful in their application for Young Start, Big lottery funding for the project (de)code landscapes. The project series (de)code landscapes is for young people, ages 12-25 and is about interpreting their natural surroundings for themselves, their communities and visitors of Argyll …Read More