A new book of sketches and essays by Ian Stuart Campbell FSAI FRIAS has been published by the the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland.
9 Sep, 18:30
Lyon & Turnbull is hosting the launch of Lachlan Goudie’s new book, The Story of Scottish Art. In an online interview with Kirsty Wark, Lachlan will discuss his exploration of the 5,000 years of Scottish creativity covered by the book.
Edited by Emma Bennett, The Edinburgh Art Book showcases one of the world’s most beautiful cities in a unique collection of images by over fifty contemporary artists.
The Nomads Tent in Edinburgh is launching its first exhibition since lockdown, with local textile artist Pat Archibald presenting her students’ annual show and her own work, in the result of a year-long creative process.
From 15 Jul
Edinburgh’s Dovecot Studios has reopened, and is staging an exhibition celebrating the heady era of 20th-century modern design revolutionaries such as Terence Conran and Mary Quant.
Until 23 Jul
Edinburgh’s Dovecot Studios is looking for support for its Art Happens initiative, to stage a major exhibition of the work of exceptional weaver Archie Brennan. The Studios opens its doors on 15th July, resuming its ‘Mid-Century Modern’ exhibition.
15 Jul, 6pm
Edinburgh auctioneers Lyon & Turnbull’s next live sales event, Scottish Paintings & Sculpture, is scheduled to take place in its saleroom, with limited sale attendance places available by appointment. The catalogue is available online.
Open studio event
Established in 2004 and one of the largest open studio events in the UK, NEOS North-East Open Studios initiative has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service – the voluntary sector’s equivalent of Membership of the British Empire.
Online exhibition, from 2 Jun
The Scottish Society of Artists’ Urban Departures exhibition will launch online at 7pm on 2nd June with a webinar and discussion, showcasing on artists who manipulate different materials using print, and centring around current conversations in printmaking.
Gallery Q Dundee’s second online exhibition features the work of Pete Monaghan and Elizabeth Haines, specifically curated for online display.