Live performances during this year’s Edinburgh International Festival are scheduled to be staged in three temporary outdoor pavilions around the capital, with safety the priority. Bookings now open.
One of the UK’s largest visual arts festivals, GI Glasgow International, is underway for its ninth edition with over 70 exhibitions and events showcasing work by over 100 artists in over 30 spaces across the city and online.
Scone Palace in Perth is host to the annual outdoor artisan ceramics market Potfest Scotland, featuring over ninety ceramic artists from around the UK.
The ninth edition of the biennial festival GI Glasgow International will restart on 11th June.
A coffee shop and gallery space in Glasgow’s west end is calling for artworks for its new project, Love and Chaos.
The University of Edinburgh’s Talbot Rice Gallery is calling for contributions to A People’s Archive of Sinking and Melting – a worldwide archive of items contributed by people living in places threatened by climate change.
A unique event in September, Glasgow Open House Arts Festival 2021’s theme is Artists In Isolation, inviting artists, organisations and creative members of the public to reflect on their experiences of the pandemic.
Lyon & Turnbull’s programme of online auctions continues on 21st April with Design Since 1860, followed by a major sale of luxury brand Lalique.
Review: The Scottish Furniture Makers’ Association’s members’ exhibition, Adjust/Adapt, celebrates the Association’s 20th Anniversary online.
Edinburgh sale room Lyon & Turnbull’s programme of sales continues with Contemporary & Post-War Art on 7th April.
Now extended to 9th May, a major group exhibition showcases the transformative power of creativity and craft in challenging times.
Dovecot Studios is taking part in Collect, the international art fair for contemporary craft and design, joining over thirty international galleries.
Edinburgh Art Festival is inviting Scottish-based, early career artists to apply for its Platform: 2021 exhibition.
Responding to the current pandemic, the Scottish Sculpture Workshop and Counterflows festival have pioneered a new artist residency model in Aberdeenshire for caregivers.
Glasgow’s arts organisation The Common Guild has announced a new series of audio commissions by six artists for listening outdoors.