- 21 April 2019
The first exhibition of this season is indeed all about the groatie buckie. It includes wonderful photos and amazing jewellery all made using this small and unassuming shell.
- Inspired by the Sea and the Sky by Lisa's Leatherworks + Place and Faces by Peter McLeod
- Coloured Pencil Fine Arts Drawings by John Birnie is our second exhibition of 2022. Runs until 15th May
- Fragments by Rowan Ormiston is our first exhibition of 2022. A great start. Runs from 3rd to 24th April
- Auld Blancie
- More Outside than In - Janice Armstrong (final exhibition of 2021)
- Sarah Kay Arts - runs until 1st September 2021
- Natural history room 2021 and 2022
- First in 2021 - Julia Smith "A Winter's Wark in Wirsit" and Cass Slater "All Kinds of Everything"
- Closure for 2020 season
- Closed due to COVID-19
- Due to Coronavirus and government advice the Old Haa will not be opening until further notice
- Public Halls in Yell during the 20th century
- Yell Boat Song
- See the Northlink feature on us here.
- **** Museum now
- Closed for the season now
- Yell Oo - Our Wool week is running for 3 weeks! Last exhibition of this year.
- Sea aa Things by Yell Arts Group. Runs until 16th September
- Paintings and drawings by Ron Sanford accompanied by The Art of French Beading by Jane Pullen.
- Crofthooses - Photographs and prints by Keira Thomson and Yala Jewellery Shetland by Coleen Thomson Runs until 4th Aug
- Gods and Monsters by Dirk Robertson
- 20 x 20 Features works in many mediums and styles by levels 1, 2 and 3 of Contemporary Textiles degree and Fine Art Degree students studying at Shetland College UHI
- Circle of Life by Alex Purbrick and Haree Things by Pauline Maddocks runs until 2nd June
- It's all about the Groatie Buckie by Esme Wilcox and Susan Thompson runs until 11th May
- Getting ready to open on 21st April 2019, even the garden has had tidy up
- Wool Week Exhibition
- Janice Armstrong, Fiona Taylor, Wendy Goode and Matthew Ronalds exhibition
- Small paintings by Peter Davis
- Peerie Hoose Art by Wendy Marshall-Dilloway
- New Connections Across the Northern Isles
- Website Launch
- Audio Archive
- Our New Season
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