Review: ‘Upside Down Mimi’ is Scottish artist Rachel Maclean’s first foray into animation and large-scale sculpture, set in the beautiful grounds of Jupiter Artland.
Review: A return to home turf for Glasgow artist Jim Lambie, having mounted major exhibitions of his work across the world in recent years.
Review: Reclaiming the Body is currently showing at VOMA, the Virtual Online Museum of Art, which launched last year, claiming to be the first entirely online art museum.
Review: In an online discussion hosted by The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, author Dr. Priya Atwal examines the often-overlooked Sikh Empire (1799-1849).
Review: The 195th Annual Exhibition of the Royal Scottish Academy is available to view entirely online: Artmag picks seven highlights from a showcase of around 600 works.
Review: A recent online discussion about the life and work of photographer Robert Blomfield, lead by members of his family, is a revealing, touching and affectionate tribute.
Review: Available to view until 6th February, Celtic Connections’ Transatlantic Sessions are a long-standing high point of Glasgow’s folk and roots music festival – this year online, but the performances nonetheless sparkling.
Review: A thought-provoking and challenging collection of moving-image works, available to watch online via LUX Scotland’s website.
Review: Lee Robertson’s online show is an inspired and affectionate depiction of her native cityscape.
Review: Tatha Gallery’s antidote to shorter and darker days, emphasising positivity and inspiration.
Review: Projected to re-open 11th December, Glasgow’s The Tramway will continue to host Traveller, the first exhibition in the UK by Sri Lanka-born, Canada-based multi-disciplinary artist Rajni Perera.
Review: Over a 50-year career, Ray Harryhausen’s mastery of cinematic special effects made him the leader in his field, with leading directors all owing a debt as a formative influence.
Review: Now extended into the new year, a retrospective exhibition of print work by the celebrated Scottish playwright, writer and artist who turned 80 this year.
The Edinburgh-based Nomads Tent is hosting an evening of traditional Iranian music featuring a trio of musicians who met during the Musicians in Exile project.
Jul 12 – Aug 4
Alpha Art Gallery is presenting an exhibition of new original works by Ron Lawson, including watercolour and gouache paintings.
12 Jul – 9 Sep
Milton Art Gallery is delighted to present Harris, an exhibition of new works by Kanita Sim.
7 Jul – 31 Aug
‘Seawards’ at White Fox Gallery pays homage to the gallery’s long-held love for the sea through a diverse display of paintings, glass, ceramic, wood and jewellery.
Jul 6 – Oct 27
‘The Stars Go Waltzing’ will feature a myriad of new and exciting artists as well as work by those already popular in the gallery.
Jul 1 – Aug 31
Art in the Garden at New Hopetoun Gardens in West Lothian features original outdoor works by around a dozen Scottish-based artists.
Until Sep 15
‘One Day This Glass Will Break’ consists of 20 large scale photogravures from three experimental series exploring the artist’s fascination with the physical properties of objects, materials and their histories.
Until 13 Oct
‘Turner: Northern Exposure’ at the Granary Gallery in Berwick-upon-Tweed is a major new exhibition of works by one of the most renowned English Romantic artists.
Until Aug 25
Objects in The Art of African Metalwork range from 19th and early 20th-century currency to ceremonial weaponry and items used for personal adornment.
Until Aug 22
Ascent: New Paintings by Ellis O’Connor at Rhue Art Gallery is based on her experience of Assynt, Sutherland in the far north of Scotland.
Jun 29 – Aug 24
Some of Britain’s most important women artists working from the 1950s to the present day are featured in ‘Ladies First: 70 years of Women’s Art’ at the Gracefield Arts Centre in Dumfries