Robin Wheelaghan: drawings, prints and bronzes

This fish sings Robin Wheelaghan: drawings, prints and bronzes Open: Friday 16 to Sunday 25 September              11am to 3pm Robin Wheelaghan’s first solo show includes drawings from a series of sketchbooks made over the past six years, new prints and palm-sized bronze fish and eels. Surfacing themes in these narrative works repeat and reform: theContinue reading Robin Wheelaghan: drawings, prints and bronzes

Major Exhibition of Glasgow Artist Norman Gilbert Set to Open at Tramway

Glasgow’s Southside art space, Tramway is set to present the first solo exhibition of the work of artist Norman Gilbert (1926-2019) who lived and worked in the area for over sixtyfive years. During that time, he painted intimate, domestic scenes of his wife Pat, their four children and an extended family of friends and neighboursContinue reading Major Exhibition of Glasgow Artist Norman Gilbert Set to Open at Tramway

Sculpture Skills Encouraged by Fruitmarket Gallery for New Online Exhibition   

Heads Up! is a new project devised by London based artist Daniel Silver that invites people of all ages to make three sculpted heads using dough or modelling clay, with results to be showcased in an online exhibition hosted by Fruitmarket. The heads can be made from anything from playdoh; modelling clay; modelling icing sugarContinue reading “Sculpture Skills Encouraged by Fruitmarket Gallery for New Online Exhibition   “

Calton Hill Collective’s Summer Programme 2022

This summer, Collective Edinburgh presents three new, distinct artist commissions across the City Observatory site and online. Using the City Observatory site as a springboard, Collective’s programme considers the hidden histories and untold stories relating to our site and wider cultural history. Bringing together new work by three artists, the summer programme of solo exhibitionsContinue reading “Calton Hill Collective’s Summer Programme 2022”

Multi-sensory Exhibition Human Threads Opens at Glasgow’s Tramway 

Presented in partnership with Tramway and now open, Human Threads is a large-scale, multi-sensory exhibition curated by Edinburgh-based organisation Artlink. Conceived as an accessible, creative experience informed by individuals with profound and multiple learning disabilities, the exhibition takes the form of an interactive landscape which invites audiences on a journey of light, sound, touch andContinue reading “Multi-sensory Exhibition Human Threads Opens at Glasgow’s Tramway ”

FND Stories  Captures Lived Experience of Functional Neurological Disorder in Art

This June, East Lothian based artist, Andrew Brooks, will be exhibiting art focussing on telling the stories of those diagnosed with the neurological condition Functional Neurological Disorder (FND)  regarded as the most common condition  never heard of. FND is a common and disabling cause of neurological symptoms. The symptoms are not caused by a structural diseaseContinue reading “FND Stories  Captures Lived Experience of Functional Neurological Disorder in Art”

Edinburgh Art Festival Returns This Summer for its 18th Edition 

Edinburgh Art Festival (EAF) announces the programme for its 18th edition that  includes three major commissions: the Associate Artist programme; Platform: 2022; the festival’s annual showcase of early career visual artists and thirty-five exhibitions across its partner galleries.  In a city-wide celebration of visual art, EAF brings together the Capital’s leading galleries, museums and established spaces toContinue reading “Edinburgh Art Festival Returns This Summer for its 18th Edition ”

VAN GOGH ALIVE and SAMH Announce Scottish School Students Artwork Campaign

Van Gogh Alive, the multi-sensory exhibition from Grande Experiences, continues its fundraising partnership with Scotland’s leading mental health charity, the Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) by launching a new artwork campaign. Artwork created by school students during the campaign will be auctioned for the charity at a special event at Van Gogh Alive Edinburgh inContinue reading “VAN GOGH ALIVE and SAMH Announce Scottish School Students Artwork Campaign”

Hunterian Announced As a Co-commissioning Partner for Imperial War Museum

Five major partners have been appointed as co-commissioners by Imperial War Museums (IWM), with each set to receive £250,000. The five are: Hunterian in Glasgow; Glynn Vivian Art Gallery in Swansea; BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead; Ulster University in Derry-Londonderry and Leicester Museums. Working with five world-leading artists, these joint commissions will beContinue reading “Hunterian Announced As a Co-commissioning Partner for Imperial War Museum”

Stills Gallery to Present Solo Exhibition of Japanese Photographer Ishiuchi Miyako

To coincide with the Edinburgh Art Festival, Stills presents a solo exhibition by influential post-war Japanese photographer Ishiuchi Miyako whose work has rarely been seen in the UK. The exhibition will mark the first time Miyako’s work has been shown in Scotland. The show, that runs from 28th July to 8th October 2022,  will comprise Continue reading “Stills Gallery to Present Solo Exhibition of Japanese Photographer Ishiuchi Miyako”