Belvidere Gallery
Winter Exhibition Works on Paper
Gallery Q Dundee
30.11.19 - 25.01.20
RSW 139th Open Annual Exhibition
RSA, Edinburgh
30.12.19 - 30.01.20
Woven Waves: The Jutland Tapestries
Scottish Maritime Museum Irvine
14.12.19 - 29.03.20
Nixon in China Scottish Opera
Glasgow and Edinburgh
18.02.20 - 29.02.20
Breabach 2018 Pic 1 landscape

Celtic Connections, Glasgow

16 Jan – 2 Feb

Glasgow’s annual folk, roots and world music festival is expecting 2,100 musicians from around the world to gather in venues around the city for 300 events, spanning 18 days, in a celebration of Celtic music and its global connections.

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Tom Shanks - loch nevis, watercolour

Tighnabruaich Gallery, Argyll: Tom Shanks

Until end Feb

Widely acknowledged as one of the most impressive contemporary Scottish artists, 98-year-old Tom Shanks continues to paint every day, and his landscapes can be seen at Tighnabruaich Gallery on the Argyll coast.

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Made in Marseille

This sweeping view shows MUCEM in the foreground with its footbridge to Fort St Jean, while the harbour entrance behind is overlooked by the Notre-Dame de la Garde basilica. Photo: Yoan Navarro France’s oldest city was born around 600BC as the Greek trading post of Massalia. Through the centuries it became a Roman city, an

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Cezanne Country

Home to the artist Picasso that called “the father of us all”, Aix-en-Province celebrates its famous son with a number of landmarks, while a clutch of art and craft museums makes the town a Provencal favourite of art-lovers. Aix town centre has changed little since Paul Cezanne last walked its streets over a century ago.

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