Art in the Garden 2022 at New Hopetoun Gardens in West Lothian features original outdoor art installed in twenty display gardens throughout July and August.
This year’s Hidden Door festival of music, art, dance, theatre and spoken word by emerging talent has taken over the imposing former Royal High School building on Calton Hill in Edinburgh.
Edinburgh saleroom Lyon & Turnbull’s programme of auctions continues through June with a busy spread of online and in-person auctions.
Among the highlights of this year’s Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival, Wendy Weatherby performs songs by Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne – composer of several celebrated Scottish folk songs often thought to be by Robert Burns.
Edinburgh’s The Nomads Tent will be among the exhibitors at World Textile Day at Bridge of Allan, near Stirling, which features specialist fair trade market stalls displaying wares from artisan textile makers, workshops and villages around the world.
Auction house Lyon & Turnbull has a busy May of online and physical auctions lined-up, with viewing at its Edinburgh and London showrooms.
Artists have donated work to the Friends of Charlie House Art Exhibition & Sale at Trinity Hall in Aberdeen, with the proceeds aiding the charity’s Big Build Appeal.
Scone Palace in Perth is again host to the annual outdoor artisan ceramics market Potfest Scotland, featuring over ninety ceramic artists from around the UK.
The organisation behind Edinburgh’s West End Fair is to set-up Flair@ B3, – a pop-up art fair in partnership with Scottish Design Exchange and St James Quarter.
After a two-year absence, the Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair is set to return to the Marquee at the city’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
Lyon & Turnbull has a busy April of online auctions lined-up, continuing with ‘Lalique inc A Private Collection of Car Mascots’, and ‘MODERN-MADE: Modern British and Post-War Art, Design & Studio Ceramics (28th and 29th April).
Alan Cumming’s take on Robert Burns’ legacy, and Liz Lochhead’s adaptation of Euripides’ tragedy Medea, are two highlights of the 75th anniversary year of Edinburgh International Festival.