Flore Gardner, 'Spiral Pregnancy', ink on paper

Spilt Milk, Edinburgh: Re: Birth

28th Sep – 12 Oct

Spilt Milk’s second annual members’ exhibition showcases work by over forty of its national and international artist members, in a diverse collection of work across all media, exploring representations of birth and the maternal body.

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Van Gogh Comes Home

Towns across the southern Dutch province of Brabant, where Vincent Van Gogh was born, have joined forces in a new programme entitled Van Gogh Brabant to tell the story of his life from childhood to his artistic awakening, while a special exhibition sets out to dispel the image of Van Gogh as an anti-social, tortured

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Ken Russell: Leith Street - Biggar Little Festival

Open Studios

Autumn brings the close of open studios season, when artists and makers welcome the public into their work spaces to see behind the scenes, talk to them about their work and buy or commission an original piece.

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Siol, 2019, Catherine Macleod

Scottish Glass Society, Glasgow: On the Edge

Until 25 Sep

The Scottish Glass Society invites you to join its celebration marking 40 years showcasing the wealth of glassmaking in Scotland, with two shows featuring a beautiful, diverse array of work and processes in Scottish glass-making.

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Jill Martin Boualaxai - Marine Map, oxidised copper

The Watermill, Aberfeldy: Seeing the Unseen

Until 26 Jan

Three artists – Matt Storsein, Paul Martin & Jill Martin Boualaxai – share their common purpose: to convey delight in the meaningful materiality of the world, through their contemplative and evocative approach.

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Bavarian Rhapsody

ORIENTATION Germany’s third largest after Berlin and Hamburg, Munich has been voted the one most Germans would prefer to live in. An extensive, Italian-influenced building programme led by King Ludwig I of Bavaria in the 19th century earned it the moniker of the “northernmost Italian city”. Post-was reconstruction has been aesthetically more successful than in

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Bryan Angus

North East Open Studios (NEOS) 2019

14 – 23 Sep

An annual landmark event for arts and crafts in north east Scotland, NEOS 2019 boasts almost 320 participants this year, making it one of the largest open studio events in the UK.

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Lorna Brown - Flax Fields, original screen print on Kirkcaldy linen

Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh: Our Linen Stories

16 Sep – 25 Jan

Our Linen Stories’ latest exhibition and events programme centres on Edinburgh’s Dovecot Studios, celebrating Scotland’s design story in flax fibre and linen, its rich heritage and contemporary possibilities.

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