An Tobar Gallery
The gallery hosts specially commissioned exhibitions each year between March and October. The exhibitions have included work by a wide range of contributors, ranging from those whose practice is internationally recognised, to emerging artists having their first solo exhibition. The programme concludes the year with an open entry exhibition, which invites contributions from artists based in Mull, Iona and Argyll and by artists who have formally exhibited at the gallery.
In addition to the gallery-based exhibitions, AnTobar runs an ongoing programme of workshops and regularly commissions new work.
The building also houses a space for the exhibition for community projects and work by local artists, The Eagle Feet Gallery is provided free to exhibitors.
The café walls provide a further opportunity for local artists to exhibit and sell their work.
An Tobar and Mull Theatre
An Tobar (Gaelic for, The Well), in Tobermory on the Isle of Mull, is a multi-arts venue based in the town's Victorian school building, which was restored by the local community in 1997. The centre includes a cafe, performance venue, gallery, music and arts workshop rooms and a recording studio.
Two venues, An Tobar and Mull Theatre are jointly funded by Creative Scotland. Hosting theatre, exhibitions, workshops, live music and shows, they also commission new works in all of these artforms.