January 8, 2020
Marine Hugonnier, Pan Am USA

Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh: Marine Hugonnier, Travel Posters

1 Feb – 28 Mar

Marine Hugonnier explores the ‘journey’ of large-format jet-age travel posters from their early-1970’s photography, design and print, to their appearance on our mobile phones, examining what has changed about the images, and our perception of them.

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.

Goggle Head 1969 Dame Elisabeth Frink 1930-1993 Purchased 1998 https://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/T07396

Gracefield Arts Centre, Dumfries: Elisabeth Frink – Birds and Beasts

Until 15 Feb

Best-known for her bronze outdoor sculptures, Elisabeth Frink was one of Britain’s most celebrated female modern sculptors, and an energetic, expressive artist. Gracefield’s show includes its own sculpture as well as drawings and prints on loan from the Tate’s collection.

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