Sixty six adults and 39 children were cared for in the Lewis Hospital in Stornoway. Nineteen adults and nine children were taken to Grimsby after being rescued from the turbulent seas. In the end only 115 adults and 45 children survived the disaster.
This travelling exhibition by Tony Robson gave the powerful but widely unknown true story which has become known as 'Titanic's predecessor'.
Nobody's Home by John Maher
Celebrated photographer John Maher's images provide a unique perspective on Hebridean life and landscapes.
An exhibition was held in 2014 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Ness Football Club's first Highland Amateur Cup victory.
Eadar Talamh is Tìr
Màiri Gillies is interested in the overlapping layers through time of peoples, language, material cultures, relationships with the environment and how these connect and relate to one another. Sandra Kennedy is an artist who explores connection to landscape. All senses are active in absorbing the surface sensation of place and detail.
In 1904, the SS Norge was making her way to the United States carrying 405 Russian Jews and Finns who were trying to escape Tsarist oppression in Russia and Finland. The journey to what they had hoped was to be a new life turned into a living nightmare in the Atlantic Ocean when the ship hit rocks near Rockall and began to sink.