Kilmorack Gallery in Beauly, Inverness-shire, is showcasing online the dark satirical work of Robert Powell, renowned for his detailed, scholarly paintings, prints, installations and sculpture.
Stornoway arts hub An Lanntair hosts a showcase of the winning entries to its Hebridean 2021 Photography Competition.
Edinburgh’s Dovecot Studios has launched a wide-ranging programme of online talks through to April 2021.
Dublin’s The Doorway Gallery has resumed its weekly Getting to Know… series, focusing on a particular artist on its social media pages.
Work by a variety of top-flight artists at St Andrews’ Fraser Gallery is joined by new pieces by from multiple award-winning artist David Mackie Cook.
How design has shaped society over the last 500 years, showing how objects we now take for granted were once innovative and even revolutionary.
The extraordinary assortment of artefacts discovered at low tide along the banks of the River Thames – in effect, the longest archaeological site in Britain.
Hughes’ love letter to Australia takes the reader on a journey through some of the world’s most spectacular geological formations.
Since the beginning of 2021, &Gallery Edinburgh has presented its Artist Focus series of weekly online viewing rooms.
Edinburgh’s Atelier Gallery continues to display art on its website.
Responding to the current pandemic, the Scottish Sculpture Workshop and Counterflows festival have pioneered a new artist residency model in Aberdeenshire for caregivers.
Currently online, Berwick-upon-Tweed’s Dockside Gallery continues to host ever-changing exhibitions of original paintings, prints, cards, ceramics and jewellery from across the globe.
While restrictions continue, Milton Art Gallery is presenting work online by a range of over 50 artists and makers.
Meeting the Gaze is one of the current series of online lectures at Leith School of Art.
White Fox Gallery in Coldstream’s new exhibition online is a bid to escape the winter blues.
The Maclaurin Gallery in Ayr is hosting the Ayr Sketch Club’s annual exhibition online this year.
Edinburgh’s Torrance Gallery is mounting a small exhibition continuing its long-standing working relationship with John Lowrie Morrison, AKA Jolomo
Online with works available to order, Kirkcudbright’s Whitehouse Gallery has a new display of original paintings and prints from twenty artists.
Curator and art historian Matthew Israel’s international journey uncovering the working lives in the art world to find out what they do.
Francis Meslet travels Europe in search of places of worship across Europe which have fallen into disuse.
The first survey of African street art showcases recent work by over 200 artists, detailing the continent’s major street art projects, collectives and festivals.
Currently online-only, Larks Gallery in Ballater, Aberdeenshire is featuring internationally-exhibited Scottish painter Gerald McGowan.
Edinburgh visual arts project for health and wellbeing, Room for Art, has launched its second online exhibition, Positive Places.
Glasgow’s arts organisation The Common Guild has announced a new series of audio commissions by six artists for listening outdoors.