Love the arts? Highlights from our latest issue:
Arts News Exhibitions: Kilmorack Gallery (nr Beauly), Union Gallery, The Nomads Tent & Doubtfire Gallery (Edinburgh), Chippendale International School of Furniture (Myreside, East Lothian), Eduardo Alessandro Studios (Broughty Ferry), Fire Station Creative (Dunfermline), Allium (South Queensferry), Glasgow Gallery Reopenings: Mackintosh at the Willow & Gallery of Modern Art (Glasgow) PLUS Exhibition On Screen: Manet from the Royal Academy
Craft & Design Hand-made for you & your home: Jewellery, glass, ceramic, mosaic, furniture & textiles
Art & Travel Athens: Back to the future
Art Books Read all about it! Rembrandt: The Complete Paintings…Bridget Riley: The Complete Prints 1962-2020…Abandoned Cinemas of the World
Sculpture From willow, fabric and mirrors to coat-hangers, car tyres and the land itself, sculptors have used a variety of unusual media to push the boundaries of their craft.
Quote-Unquote ‘Art is the highest form of hope’ & other quotes by artists
Photo-Spread The amazing underwater fine art photography of Christy Lee Rogers
Marketplace Original art & posters for sale!
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Marking Black History Month, The Goethe Institut in Glasgow is running an online ‘kitchen discussion’ via Zoom as part of their Europe’s Kitchen project, looking at the work of Danish-Trinidadian artist Jeanette Ehlers.
Until 6 Oct
Capital Theatres has launched a Crowdfunder campaign and petition in an urgent appeal for support to prevent the closure of Edinburgh’s King’s and Festival theatres.
To all the artists out there!
Send us your new art!
A member of the Scottish Furniture Makers Association, Adrian McCurdy says: “Cleaving wood into furniture is a craft that involves wood knowledge, lots of patience and a degree of luck throughout the splitting process.” Last year, a chest of his was voted ‘Best use of British Timber’ at the Celebration
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.