Until May 9
The exhibition An American Roadtrip at Gallery Ten in Edinburgh showcases images taken during a visit Chick Chalmers made to the United States in 1980.
Following overwhelming response from previous sell-out performances at Traverse Festival; Latitude Festival; and Abbey Theatre, Dublin, Locker Room Talk embarks on a Scottish tour, continuing a vital conversation about misogyny and masculinity which has only become even more urgent in present climes.
Until Apr 7
Dreamtime is the creationist myth for the Aboriginal people and the basis of Aboriginal spiritual life.
Until Apr 26
Mount Stuart Trust is delighted to host a solo exhibition by Whitney McVeigh this spring as part of its expanded Contemporary Visual Arts Programme.
Until Aug 28
This major exhibition at Hunterian Art Gallery explores artists’ responses to the German Revolution of 1918-1919.
Until June 9
The new exhibition of works by David Austen sees the artist bring a new body of stylistically diverse work.
Until May 4
Eion Stewart Fine Art in Stonehaven is showcasing two Glasgow-born women artists, Marion Drummond and Morag Muir, who both specialise in still life.
Until Mar 30
The Royal Glasgow Institute of The Fine Arts showcases works by David Eustace, a Scottish photographer and director, who is known for his fashion, celebrity and art photography.
Mar 28 – Apr 20
Stains & Stones is an exhibition of works by artist Charlotte Roseberry, a personal collection of recent oil paintings, exploring the complexities & nuances of motherhood.
March 23 – April 27
Beth Robertson Fiddes captures Scotland’s western islands, coasts and mountains in a dynamic and moving treatment of paint, texture and technique.
Until Mar 31
Multicolour by MigrateArt is a collaboration of the most significant names in contemporary art, creating works using pencils and crayons salvaged from the Calais Jungle refugee camp.
Until Apr 6
Victoria Orr Ewing’s paintings depict remote crofts and unsullied vistas of Galloway, the Highlands and the west coast of Scotland all dwarfed by churning, luminescent skies.
Until Mar 21
The body of work produced by the Tripod Photography Collective, Jamie Johnston, Ellie Stewart and Augusta Moen, is a curation of portraits each of which invites the viewer to consider a deeper understanding of the individuals portrayed.
Until Mar 24
Landmarks is the inaugural exhibition of photographic work from Transient, a collective born out of a desire to promote connectivity between photographic practitioners from all over Scotland and beyond.
Until March 30 Review
Compass Gallery exhibits new paintings by the talented painter and printmaker Stuart Duffin RSA.
Until Apr 13
Sometimes I Disappear at Ingleby Gallery features four photographers who use self-portraiture to both reveal and conceal something of themselves, making the self both subject and object by the artifice of props and costume.