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.
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.
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.
The next live online auction by Edinburgh’s Lyon & Turnbull is The Contents of Lowood House, on the river Tweed in Melrose, with its eclectic collection amassed by two families, the Crum Ewings and the Hamiltons.
Edinburgh-based jeweller Bryony Knox is among 150 craftspeople to exhibit at Goldsmith’s Fair 2021 in London.
Edinburgh sale room Lyon & Turnbull’s next auction will be Rare Books, Manuscripts, Maps & Photographs.
Edinburgh’s Hidden Door returns for a five-day outdoor festival of live music, art, theatre, dance and spoken word.
Edinburgh sale room Lyon & Turnbull continues its jewellery theme with a sale of Jewellery, Watches & Silver, 14th – 15th September, to be followed by more auctions to take us into the autumn.
Bringing together some of the finest designer-makers in the UK, Elements at Lyon & Turnbull in Edinburgh is Scotland’s biggest selling fair of contemporary jewellery, silver and gold.
The next auction in Edinburgh sale room Lyon & Turnbull’s programme is a special fundraiser in support of cancer charity Maggie’s.
Edinburgh’s Summerhall has bounced-back for August with a full-ranging Festival programme of events from physical theatre and dance to comedy, spoken-word and music, both in-person and online.
Edinburgh College of Art’s 2021 Graduate Show programme continues with its Masters Show, making this the College’s largest and most comprehensive graduate show online to date.
The Edinburgh International Film Festival returns for its 74th edition with a programme of in-theatre and digital screenings, including 31 new features and 73 shorts, 18 of them world premieres and three appearing outside their home country for the first time.
The next auction in Edinburgh sale room Lyon & Turnbull’s programme is Contemporary & Post-War Art.
The 17th edition of the Edinburgh Art Festival brings together over 35 exhibitions in over 20 spaces throughout the city, complemented by an online programme.
Despite the continuing global uncertainty, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe will place for three weeks in August in and around Scotland’s capital, with live and digital exhibitions and events.
A summer programme of events and activities to celebrate Scotland’s coast and waters, Source to Sea is set in the rural and coastal towns and villages of the Moray Firth Coastline.
An online celebration of East Lothian’s arts, this year’s 3 Harbours Arts Festival will take place online, with a variety of arts activities, short films, music videos and workshops.
Art in the Garden 2021 at New Hopetoun Gardens in West Lothian features original outdoor art installed in twenty display gardens throughout July and August.
Illustration, jewellery, glass, textiles, craft of all kinds and art are on offer at Tea Green’s Marketplace Month, taking place over three July weekends.
Live performances during this year’s Edinburgh International Festival are scheduled to be staged in three temporary outdoor pavilions around the capital, with safety the priority. Bookings now open.
The international art festival UNFIX is now in its sixth year, bringing together a wide range of artists’ personal responses to the pressing current issues of climate change and the pandemic.
One of the UK’s largest visual arts festivals, GI Glasgow International, is underway for its ninth edition with over 70 exhibitions and events showcasing work by over 100 artists in over 30 spaces across the city and online.
Scone Palace in Perth is host to the annual outdoor artisan ceramics market Potfest Scotland, featuring over ninety ceramic artists from around the UK.