For one weekend in December, WASPS at The Briggait in Glasgow is hosting a large art, craft and design fair comprising 90 craftspeople and artists.
Continually updated calendar of events near you and online, including art fairs, auctions, open studios, museums openings and charity events in Scotland, the UK and beyond.
Two auctions at Lyon & Turnbull are set to get December off to an auspicious start: Jewellery & Watches, and the sale rooms’ flagship Scottish Paintings & Sculpture.
Known for curating a range of quality work by a talented mix of artists and craftmakers, over this year’s festive season 3D2D Events will be presenting three fairs, in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dalkeith.
Established in 2005, EAF – Edinburgh Art Fair – returns to O2 Academy Edinburgh, displaying original art and design from around the world, alongside talks, demonstrations, art groups and live music.
Tea Green’s November showcases of Scotland’s most talented independent artists and designers will be at Aberdeen Art Gallery and Glasgow’s Burrell Collection.
This year’s Scottish International Storytelling Festival centres around the Right To Be Human, marking the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Scotland’s new Human Rights Bill, bringing together storytellers, musicians and artists in venues across the country.
Lyon & Turnbull’s next Design Since 1860 auction is the first of four major sales throughout October.
All things shiny and sparkling are about to go under the hammer live and online at Lyon & Turnbull, with two auctions: Silver & Objets de Vertu and Jewellery.
Across Scotland at this time of year, painters, glass artists, ceramicists, sculptors, photographers, jewellers, textile artists and woodworkers are opening their doors to visitors.
A weekend promising an enormous range of exhibitions, events, workshops and music, hosted in homes, businesses and community spaces centred around Edinburgh’s Abbeyhill Colonies.
North-East Open Studios (NEOS) is an award-winning collective of artists, makers and designers, who open their studios to the public every September, affording the opportunity to discover the wealth of talent around north east Scotland.
This year’s Cowal Open Studios features painters, glass artists, ceramicists, sculptors, photographers, jewellers, textile artists and woodworkers who make up a richly-varied cultural community inspired by the beautiful Cowal peninsula.
Review: Over twenty artists and makers from Yorkshire to the Scottish Borders to Northern Ireland were on hand for The Tin Shed’s Art in the Castle event at Ayton Castle in Berwickshire.
An exciting programme of art events, talks, walks, and open studios is promised in the annual Art Walk Porty, taking place between two weekends in September.
6th and 7th September see Edinburgh sale room Lyon & Turnbull conduct its next auction – Five Centuries.
The Aberdeen Art Fair returns to the city’s Music Hall with a new collection of contemporary and affordable works.
Review: Marchmont House, the Georgian mansion in the Scottish Borders, hosted its Open Studios event over the course of a weekend in August.
Over 120 artists and craftmakers are preparing to open their workplaces to the public throughout one of Scotland’s most beautiful areas.
Artists and craftmakers throughout Ayrshire and the Isle of Arran open their studio doors for the twelfth year of this popular event, giving visitors a glimpse into their secret worlds.
With nearly 1700 artworks on show, Paisley’s Big Art Show is the biggest visual art exhibition the town has yet staged.
From its beginning in 1983, the Edinburgh International Book Festival has grown into the largest public celebration of the written word in the world. This year’s Festival takes place once more at Lauriston in the city’s Old Town.
9th August sees Edinburgh sale room Lyon & Turnbull conduct its next auction – Contemporary & Post-War Art and Prints & Multiples.
This year expanded to four weeks, Edinburgh’s annual West End Fair makes its return to the leafy grounds of St John’s Church on Edinburgh’s Princes Street.
Art in the Garden 2023 at New Hopetoun Gardens in West Lothian features original outdoor art installed in twenty display gardens throughout July and August.