A new exhibition at Beacon Arts Centre in Greenock showcases artist Lois Green’s paintings and drawings which examine our daily habits and routines through tone and light.
Distilled at Gallery Heinzel in Aberdeen features work from the 2021 Gray’s School of Art Degree Show, which was largely unseen by the public due to Covid restrictions.
Edinburgh’s Art & Craft Collective’s exhibition Introducing Jaxx Waygood: The Fine Art of Blacksmithing is his first solo exhibition after finishing his Masters at Edinburgh College of Art.
Morningside Gallery in Edinburgh has a two-person show featuring over fifty paintings inspired by the natural world.
Inbetween at Artisan& in Aberfeldy has featured artist Moy Mackay alongside a mixed exhibition of work by forty artists.
City of Edinburgh Council has approved the restoration of the former Royal High School, architect Thomas Hamilton’s iconic building on Calton Hill, as the National Centre for Music.
Scottish Ensemble returns to the stage at four locations across Scotland for the first time since the pandemic with an event combining music and discussion exploring the importance of live performance, in which audiences are invited to take an active part.
Edinburgh’s Institut Français is getting into the live music act with the opening of the 2021-2022 Salons en Musique season.
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra has returned to live music-making with performances throughout Scotland.
The next live online auction by Edinburgh’s Lyon & Turnbull is Vintage & Film Posters Starring James Bond – part of the auctioneer’s series of Design sales in October.
The Society of Scottish Artists (SSA) Annual Exhibition returns this autumn to the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh, showcasing work from around 150 artists and designers, from painting, sculpture and printmaking to installation and moving image.
Edinburgh’s Summerhall is mounting Out of Sight Out of Mind – an ambitious multimedia exhibition showcasing artworks by more than 100 exhibitors who have lived experience of mental health issues.
Clare Andrews’ exhibition at Linlithgow Burgh Halls features a selection of oil paintings from the Scotland and Brazil-based artist.
Sarah Knox: Lost Worlds at Dawyck Botanic Garden showcases paintings inspired by Sarah’s neighbours’ gardens, and visits to Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Gardens and Balerno’s Malleny Garden.
Open Studios North Fife is a great chance to see behind the scenes of almost seventy artists’, designers’ and craftmakers’ workspaces, in a lovely part of Scotland.
Margaret Evans’ new exhibition at the Glasgow Gallery is the product of diaries of trips to her favourite locations around the world – unreachable due to Covid travel restrictions.
Original work by four Scottish artists will be on display at Edinburgh’s Dundas Street Gallery in a new exhibition.
The Scottish International Storytelling Festival returns with an extended hybrid programme – its most diverse yet.
The Edinburgh Macmillan Art Show returns online to make a difference by raising vital funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour (RSW) is calling for entries for its 141st Annual Open Exhibition at Edinburgh’s Royal Scottish Academy in November.
The Galloway Hoard: Viking-Age Treasure at Kirkcudbright Galleries features a cache of objects uncovered in 2014, now in the care of National Museums Scotland.
Dundee-based Tea Green showcases Scotland’s most talented independent artists and designers at pop-up events, with new events planned for October – December.
The next live online auction by Edinburgh’s Lyon & Turnbull is Paintings & Works on Paper.
Tatha Gallery in Newport-on-Tay features work by over twenty members of Visual Arts Scotland.