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There's always something happening at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig and you can keep up with events by reading our newletters, press releases and events listing. There is also the opportunity to get more information about the Sabhal Mòr Ostaig Lecture.

  • 04/2019 New Gaelic Podcast

    New Gaelic Podcast

    “A’ Chrannag” is a new podcast featuring short stories in Gaelic by both well-loved and emerging writers. The first season, hosted by Ruairidh Graham, will bring you a new story every second Sunday. Episodes will be available at www.crannag.org, or by subscribing through iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. Our...

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  • 03/2019 SMO Gala Day 2019

    SMO Gala Day 2019

    Sabhal Mòr Ostaig is holding a Gala day on Saturday 20th of April and you are all invited! It’s a fun day with lots to do through the medium of Gaelic with music, games, competitions, axe throwing, egg hunt, bouncy castle, beer tent and stalls and there will be lots...

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  • 02/2019

    2019 writing competition in memory of Niamh Henderson

    Sabhal Mòr Ostaig is launching its second  writing competition In memory of Niamh Henderson from Mallaig, who died suddenly in 2017. Niamh was a first year student at the College, taking the Gaelic and Communication course.  The competition is open to all college and university students in Scotland, and entrants will...

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  • 02/2019 Gaelic Officer Taigh Chearsabhagh

    Gaelic Officer Taigh Chearsabhagh

    Sorry this page is only available in Gaelic....

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  • 01/2019

    Free Gaelic classes with Sabhal Mòr Ostaig at Celtic Connections

    It’s that time of year again, Scotland and the world is about to descend upon Glasgow for Celtic Connections - three weeks of live music with artists from all facets of Scotland’s traditional, folk, Celtic, indie, country and jazz music scenes as well as international acts from around the world! As...

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  • 12/2018

    Jon Schueler Scholarship announces 2019 Artist in Residence at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig

    Australian artist, Kim Anderson, has been named as Sabhal Mòr Ostaig’s new Artist in Residence, under the Jon Schueler Residency Programme which has been running for 7 years at the National Centre for Gaelic Language and Culture on the Isle of Skye. The Scholarship is a unique partnership between SMO...

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  • 12/2018 Music workshops at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig

    Music workshops at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig

    SMO Music Course tutor, Griogair Labhruidh, and the amazing Kalifa Kone (percussion) visited the College recently and gave a work-shop and a taste of some of the music they have been collaborating on for Griogar’s new album which will be coming out in the new year. Kalifa Kone is a...

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  • 11/2018 Head of Gaelic Song at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig to give presentation at Harvard University

    Head of Gaelic Song at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig to give presentation at Harvard University

    Christine Primrose, Head of Gaelic Song at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, will travel to Boston this week where she has been invited to give workshops and a Gaelic Song Presentation at Harvard University. She will also be interviewed on ‘The World’, a leading public radio news magazine with an audience of...

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  • 11/2018

    “A’ Chrannag” - CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

    CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for a new podcast featuring short fiction in Gaelic, or multilingual work including Gaelic. GAIRM AIRSON IARRTASAN SGRÌOBHAIDH Pod-chraoladh Geàrr-fhicsean Gàidhlig “A’ Chrannag” is a new gaelic podcast which will present some of the best new short works of fiction around. We are currently looking for submissions...

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  • 10/2018

    Sir Iain Noble Memorial Lecture and Young Person of the Year Award 2018

    The seventh Sir Iain Noble Memorial Lecture was delivered by Murdo Beaton of the Isle of Skye, on Thursday 11 October at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig where he gave a moving lecture entitled, “Ann an làrach coise nan Gaisgeach” (In the Footsteps of Heroes). Urras an Eilein, in which Murdo is...

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