From 3 Apr
Viewing online only (this exhibition currently unavailable). Edinburgh’s Dovecot Studios is to stage an exhibition celebrating the heady era of 20th-century modern design revolutionaries such as Terence Conran and Mary Quant.
21 Mar – 15 Jun
Note: opening delayed due to public health situation. Cample Line, a contemporary art venue in rural South West Scotland, is presenting an exhibition of weavings from a group show that culminates in a re-working by American artist and curator Helen Mirra.
22 – 28 Feb
Edinburgh art foundry Powderhall Bronze is showing an exhibition of figurative sculptures in bronze and resin, made over the last four years by students on its sculpture course programme.
The imposing Palladian mansion Marchmont House is the setting for an all-day event taking an in-depth look at Arts and Crafts textiles, with the focus on the often-overlooked story of May Morris.
28 Nov – 14 Mar
Edinburgh’s Dovecot Studios are hosting a landmark exhibition, exploring the life and work of May Morris, the youngest daughter of William Morris and one of the most significant artists of the British Arts and Crafts movement.
A free one-day event showcasing work from WASPS’ studio holders and other makers from across Scotland.
From 29 Nov
Leith Community Pottery opens its doors on Friday 29th November, 6:30pm with a preview evening.
Until 25 Nov
Edinburgh’s Open Eye Gallery has a varied November exhibition programme from four highly-accomplished artists and craftspeople individually inspired by the landscapes of Scotland, England and Barbados.
Claude Monet’s Impressionist masterpiece A Seascape, Shipping by Moonlight features at Duff House, Aberdeenshire, in its diverse autumn programme of exhibitions.
Until 26 Oct
Karolina Baines’ exhibition showcases her vibrant and sculptural etched enamel jewellery, with a strong focus on texture, strong colour and organic forms.
While fans of Leonardo Da Vinci may quibble with the book’s title, this absorbing tome gathers together the full repertoire of Michelangelo’s work to create a vivid portrait of the artist’s life and career.
This month by month exploration of the countryside as seen through the eyes of the Borders-based artist is beautifully illustrated by delicate, detailed renderings covering a wide range of natural history subjects commonly found throughout Britain, with hand-written text offering a wealth of information, from botanical explanations and traditions to folklore and festivals.
An all-day symposium on Scottish sculpture brings together several leading, influential figures in the imposing setting of Marchmont House in the Scottish Borders – a Grade A-listed Palladian mansion.