The Edinburgh Art Festival are now inviting applications for Platform: 2018 and Pop Up Exhibitions and Events to form part of this year’s Festival programme.
December 2 – 24
Alpha Art’s annual christmas exhibition will feature a variety of gallery favourites, as well as new artists.
November 11 – December 24
Urbane Art Gallery is hosting Outlines, a group exhibition showcasing a collection of new works by artists including Patsy McArthur, Mairi Timoney, Keymi and Callum Russell, among many others.
October 12 – 28
During October, a brand new body of work by contemporary urban artist Eelus will be unveiled at London’s Lawrence Alkin Gallery.
October 7 – 28
In his second major solo exhibition with Doubtfire, Simon Rivett returns to his childhood home to revisit the sites of his earliest works.
The JD Fergusson Arts Award offers the opportunity for artists looking to boost their career or take an inspirational break to develop personally and professionally.
October 13 – November 5
Through A Glass Darkly is a new exhibition of paintings by Pippa Young.
September 30 – October 22
Following the overwhelming success of last year’s show, Alpha Art Gallery is presenting a Jack Frame Solo Exhibition including a new collection of his latest original paintings.
September 23 – October 29
Collecting two intimate and personal print series created late in her career, Louise Bourgeois Prints opens a window into the mind of this celebrated artist.
A collection of over 400 paintings featuring Peter Howson, John Bellany, John Byrne and many, many more.
October 14 – December 17
The Common Guild’s new exhibition Slow Objects brings together the work of three artists whose work explores the relationship between material and process, time and transformation.
Artist Linder and Dovecot’s rug tufter Kristi Vana will be in conversation with art historian, writer and curator Ian Massey
September 12 – 17
The Nairn Book & Arts Festival returns to venues throughout the town on the Moray Firth, including a lively visual art offering.
Until October 15
Workhorse – The Clydesdales of Flanders Moss and exhibition of photographs by Michael Prince.
Until September 30
The Weekend Gallery in Kilbirnie is showing oil paintings and an installation by gallery co-owner and artist Franzeska Ewart.
Until September 23
A solo exhibition by James Fraser RSW featuring over 30 new paintings.
September 13 – 24
The Scotland Collected exhibition will feature new work and some of Howard Butterworth’s older iconic images of Scotland alongside a small selection of his limited edition prints.
The Hatton Gallery will reopen on October 7 following a 20-month, redevelopment, with an exhibition titled Pioneers of Pop.
September 20 – October 10
Adornments is photographer Carla van de Puttelaar’s first solo exhibition at Arusha Gallery.
September 9 & 10
Highland Hospice Aird Branch Fundraising Art Exhibition and Sale in The Phipps Hall in Beauly.
darkroom is a hub that encourages analogue photographic practices and supports the emerging community of film-based photographers.
September 16 – November 15
Waterston House welcomes back wildlife artist, Keith Brockie, for an exhibition of new work.
September 16 – October 24
September Skies at the UNIONgallery showcases new works by award-winning landscape painters, Hazel Cashmore and Beth Robertson Fiddes.
September 14 – October 1
This year Gallery TEN is hosting the Scottish Glass Society annual exhibition, Heritage.