Until 16 Nov
Favourite viewpoints and some less frequently seen vistas of Edinburgh’s popular Marchmont neighbourhood, by Australian-born artist and printmaker Kelly Stewart.
Until 31 Oct
The theme of the 31st Scottish International Storytelling Festival is ‘Beyond Words’, sharing the experiences of old traditions and new connections, across music, dance and story.
2 Nov – 24 May
The Scottish Portrait Awards are a major event in the Scottish visual art calendar, with nominees’ announcements on 31st October and 1st November, and the winners to be announced at a special event in Edinburgh on 13th November. The exhibition begins in Edinburgh on 2nd November, visiting Glasgow and Kirkcudbright over the following months.
Until 12 Jan
Paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints, gifted to the University of Glasgow’s Hunterian Art Gallery by illustrious New York gallery-director Phillip Bruno.
Until 26 Oct
Dronma, Peter Foyle and Ian Elliot are showing at Edinburgh’s Torrance Gallery in their first exhibition together.
Arts Live is Dumfries & Galloway’s year-round arts festival, with top-quality events throughout the region for all the family. On 23rd October, Occasion Theatre presents its contemporary take on author Mary Shelley’s life in ‘The Monster and Mary Shelley’.
19 Oct – 5 Jan
Two new displays begin on 19th October at Edinburgh Printmakers: Mouth of a Shark is a collaboration of printmakers on the theme of displacement, and in Transparency two Glasgow artists join forces to respond to the building’s history, bringing it together with Scotland’s colonial past.
Until 25 Oct
Berwick-upon-Tweed’s Dockside Gallery is hosting an exhibition of artworks inspired by the love of books, featuring selected artists.
Until 2 Nov
The Scottish Society of Botanical Artists pairs up with the Whitehouse Gallery to bring ‘Nature’s Designs’ to Dumfries and Galloway.
Claude Monet’s Impressionist masterpiece A Seascape, Shipping by Moonlight features at Duff House, Aberdeenshire, in its diverse autumn programme of exhibitions.
17 – 26 Oct
The Artists’ Pool’s latest show at Edinburgh’s Dundas Street Gallery explores the complexities of human existence, from the physical to the spiritual, from birth to death, through growth, and change.
Until 31 Oct
The long-established Glasgow Society of Women Artists’ holds its annual exhibition at the Lillie Art Gallery, Milngavie, showcasing the work of exceptional women artists, in myriad genres and styles including original painting, printmaking, photography, jewellery, textiles, ceramics and sculpture.
Until 26 Oct
Ottersburn Gallery in Dumfries is showing an exciting exhibition of work by Patti Lean – the first solo show of her work, and a great showcase for her signature abstract style.
Rarely can such a small town (population around 5,500) have captured the world’s attention like Oberammergau in the Bavarian Alps, where every ten years an extraordinary piece of religious pageantry draws visitors from around the globe. Oberammergau (Ober = Upper, Ammer = water, Gau = district) is a pretty cluster of giftshop–lined streets which thrive
“Welcome to Salzburg, birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.” The flight attendant’s announcement left no doubt as to whose town this was, as the aircraft touched down on an emerald green plain (an ancient lake bed) dotted with cuckoo clock chalets and cradled by a shark’s jaw of jagged Alpine peaks. Mozart’s name runs through Salzburg’s
The brainchild of Bernard Arnault, chairman of the luxury brand conglomerate LVMH (Louis Vuitton, Dior, Sephora, Dom Perignon, Givenchy et al) and France’s wealthiest man, the Louis Vuitton Foundation seems to float like a giant, glass-sailed regatta on its cascading basin of water on the edge of Bois de Boulogne. Louis Vuitton Foundation A 21st