Scottish Galleries: Reopenings

Graeme Wilcox - Tourist, oil on canvas
Graeme Wilcox - Tourist, oil on canvas

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Week beginning 29th June

With the phased lifting of lockdown restrictions by the Scottish Government, some Scottish art galleries have signalled they will re-open week beginning 29th June, or shortly thereafter. Restrictions, such as limited visitor numbers and times of entry etc., may apply.

We have compiled a tentative list of the ones we know of, together with opening dates, but it is not comprehensive: there are hundreds of art galleries in Scotland – if you know of one we have missed, please email david.artmag@gmail and I’ll add it to the list.

Arusha Gallery Edinburgh, from 29th June
Smithy Gallery Blanefield, near Glasgow, from 29th June
Fidra Fine Art Gullane, East Lothian, from 29th June
The Velvet Easel Gallery Portobello, from 2nd July
Tatha Gallery Newport on Tay, from 2nd July
The Line Gallery Linlithgow, from 29th June
The Scottish Art Gallery Edinburgh, from 8th July
The Torrance Gallery Edinburgh, from 4th July
Goldfinch Gallery Comrie, Perthshire, from 29th June
Open Eye Gallery Edinburgh, from 1st July
Kilmorack Gallery, Inverness-shire, from 29th June
Clience Studio Castle Douglas, from 29th June
Gallery 2 Kilmarnock, from 29th June
Compass Gallery Glasgow, from 29th June
Jupiter Artland near Edinburgh, from 29th June
Resipole Studios Argyll, from 30th June
Gallery 27 Dunbar, from 29th June
Frames Gallery Perth, from 1st July
Solo Gallery Innerleithen, from 2nd July
Upright Gallery Edinburgh, from 29th June
Artisan& Gallery Aberfeldy, from 29th June
Gallery Heinzel Aberdeen, from 29th June
Moy Mackay Gallery Peebles, from 29th June
Wood & Wool Aberdeenshire, from 10th July

Image: Graeme Wilcox – Tourist, oil on canvas; Fidra Fine Art, Gullane


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