Until Mar 30
The Royal Glasgow Institute of The Fine Arts showcases works by David Eustace, a Scottish photographer and director, who is known for his fashion, celebrity and art photography.
Mar 28 – Apr 20
Stains & Stones is an exhibition of works by artist Charlotte Roseberry, a personal collection of recent oil paintings, exploring the complexities & nuances of motherhood.
March 23 – April 27
Beth Robertson Fiddes captures Scotland’s western islands, coasts and mountains in a dynamic and moving treatment of paint, texture and technique.
Until Apr 6
Victoria Orr Ewing’s paintings depict remote crofts and unsullied vistas of Galloway, the Highlands and the west coast of Scotland all dwarfed by churning, luminescent skies.
Until Mar 21
The body of work produced by the Tripod Photography Collective, Jamie Johnston, Ellie Stewart and Augusta Moen, is a curation of portraits each of which invites the viewer to consider a deeper understanding of the individuals portrayed.
Until March 30 Review
Compass Gallery exhibits new paintings by the talented painter and printmaker Stuart Duffin RSA.
Mar 22 – Apr 7
In a new series of works created for Lightning Without Thunder, Adam has presented an abstracted semi-autobiographical version of the artist’s youth growing up in rural Scotland.
Apr 2 – June 30
2019 the Scottish Portrait Awards competition opens 2 April for artists born, living or studying in Scotland.
Already reaping enthusiastic praises, this collaboration between Tron theatre and the Sherman Theatre Wales sees Trans playwright Jo Clifford turning Shakespeare’s vision on its head. This witty and raucous new adaptation has some fun with gender roles, swapping male leads for female and exploring whether the Bard’s most contentious work makes better sense when it’s
Sir Thomas Allen’s five-star production of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s The Magic Flute returns to Scottish Opera in May, set in a spectacular world inspired by the Victorian futurism of HG Wells and Jules Verne.