Jun 26 – Aug 3
Performed amongst the beauty of Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens and in the Kibble Palace from 26 June – 3 August 2019, this year sees the group present a “Muse of Fire” programme, showcasing four of Shakespeare’s most iconic characters
The OUI Sessions will see weekly live music sessions every Friday and Saturday 6-8pm at the hotel’s OUIBar + KITCHN,
Until Sep 15
‘One Day This Glass Will Break’ consists of 20 large scale photogravures from three experimental series exploring the artist’s fascination with the physical properties of objects, materials and their histories.
Until 13 Oct
‘Turner: Northern Exposure’ at the Granary Gallery in Berwick-upon-Tweed is a major new exhibition of works by one of the most renowned English Romantic artists.
Until Sep 1
Erlend Brown and Dave Jackson have suspended seven painted canvas waves from the church ceiling in response to George Mackay Brown’s poetic cycle, ‘Tryst on Egilsay’.
Until Aug 25
Objects in The Art of African Metalwork range from 19th and early 20th-century currency to ceremonial weaponry and items used for personal adornment.
Until Aug 22
Ascent: New Paintings by Ellis O’Connor at Rhue Art Gallery is based on her experience of Assynt, Sutherland in the far north of Scotland.
Jun 29 – Aug 24
Some of Britain’s most important women artists working from the 1950s to the present day are featured in ‘Ladies First: 70 years of Women’s Art’ at the Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries
Jun 29 – Oct 27
The first survey exhibition of collage ever to take place in Britain, Cut and Paste: 400 Years of Collage spans over 400 years and includes more than 250 works.
Madrid boasts an art walk par excellence in the Paseo del Arte, which links three world class art museums barely ten minutes from one another and all in beautiful buildings adapted for cultural purposes. A half-day in each is a bare minimum to begin to appreciate them. Along with a couple of relative newcomers, they
Jun 27 – Sep 1
With the focus on moments of extraordinary light which create real drama in the Scottish landscape, Gathering Light at the Aberfeldy Gallery showcases north of Scotland artists Clare Blois, Fiona Matheson, Katherine Sutherland and Dot Walker.
Until Jul 14
Daniel Lie creates indoor and outdoor installations which transform over their lifetime to create what the artist describes as a “geography of emotion”.
Until Jul 4
In Hiding Places at the Lillie Art Gallery in Milngavie, photographer Mhairi Muir explores escapism, the tendency to seek distraction and relief from unpleasant realities.
Until June 30 Review
Enigma Bodytech is a story about journeys, a subjective road trip to nowhere through time and space, meditating on the sights and sounds of energy within and without the body.
Until June 30 Review
‘Workers!’ by Petra Bauer returns to Collective as a widescreen film installation, almost floating within the darkened empty structure of its City Dome space, once used to observe the routine movement of the night sky.
Jun 22- Sep 7
With featured artist Gordon Wilson, Fifteen Years at the Whitehouse Gallery in Kirkcudbright celebrates a decade and a half in business for one of Dumfries & Galloway’s top galleries.
Jun 22-Aug 24
Helen Glassford: Immerse at Tatha Gallery in Newport on Tay features over 40 oil paintings by the artist and gallery owner in her first solo show for over a year.
July 5 2019 – Jan 12 2020
The Linda McCartney Retrospective, which is curated by Paul, Mary and Stella McCartney, features iconic names and moments in music from the 1960s along with more intimate and emotional later work by this acclaimed and prolific photographer.
Until Aug 31
The Potter’s Craft – An Ayrshire Story at the Baird Institute in Cumnock features examples of Ayrshire’s ceramic industry and examines the potter’s art from other cultures around the world.