Whitehouse Gallery
Spring Mixed Exhibition 02.03 - 27.04
Fidra Fine Art
Abstracted 05.04.2019 - 05.05.2019
Flat Cat Gallery
Printmakers 02.03 - 30.04.2019
Royal Scottish Academy Imprint: New Prints and Multiples by Royal Scottish Academicians 13.04 - 12.05.2019
Scottish Dance Theatre Ritualia 03-04.05 & 24-25.05 Dundee & Edinburgh
Cristina Zani
Kirkcudbright Galleries Japan: Art and Inspiration 30.03 - 09.06.2019
Scottish National Portrait Gallery Self Evidence: Photographs by Woodman, Arbus and Mapplethorpe 06.04 - 20.10.2019
GoMA Glasgow
Domestic Bliss
Until 31.12.2020
Kirsty Lorenz, ‘Votive Offerings No. 100, Artichoke and Dill’, c/o Resipole Studios

Resipole Studios, Acharacle: Kirsty Lorenz, Poesis

Until June 28

‘Poesis’ includes a range of recent works from the artist’s ongoing project ‘Votive Offerings’ – a collection of paintings of flower posies, which the artist has made (and left) around Scotland, and further afield, for strangers to find.

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The Dundee Art Fair 2019

The Dundee Art Fair 2019

May 24 – 26

The inaugural Dundee Art Fair adds to the buzz around the city since the opening of the V&A last year and the continued waterfront redevelopment.

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Bethan Langford (Second Lady), Jeni Bern (First Lady) and Sioned Gwen Davies (Third Lady) in The Magic Flute. Scottish Opera 2019. Credit James Glossop

Scottish Opera: The Magic Flute

Until 29 June Review

The Magic Flute, Mozart’s magical singspiel rooted in fairy tale heroes and damsels in distress, is presented by Scottish Opera in Glasgow before touring Scotland and showing in London and Belfast later this year

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University of Dundee Degree Show 2019

University of Dundee Degree Show 2019

May 18 – 26

For 10 days our Matthew and Crawford buildings transform themselves into one of the country’s biggest galleries showcasing the culmination of several years of creative development and hard work.

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Duff House: Romantic Scotland

Duff House: Romantic Scotland

May 18 – Sep 29

Romantic Scotland at Duff House contrasts the romantic depictions of Scotland’s changing landscapes created by artists and writers in the 19th century, with the reality of ordinary life. 

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