April 20, 2019
Until May 25
Cample Line’s programme this spring brings together a wide range of stories about people and the objects, things and goods that define their lives, places, occupations, identities or legacies.
May 4 – June 15
The Whitehouse Gallery is hosting an exhibition exploring ‘A Sense of Place’ and what it means to the artists, with a range of landscape, still life and portraiture work.
The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra, Perth, Glasgow, Edinburgh: Antonio Carlos Jobim & Thomas “Fats” Waller: New Waves
The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra celebrates the music of two legendary names in 20th century music, Antonio Carlos Jobim and Thomas “Fats” Waller, in New Waves.
Until May 12
Following the success of last year’s Glasgow Boys exhibition, A Brush with Colour at Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries features over 40 paintings by the group of 20th century artists known as the Edinburgh School.
Until May 4
Crowe’s portraiture records more than a sitter’s outward appearance, documenting through symbols the subject’s experiences, preoccupations, ideas and dreams.