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.
Ingleby Gallery in Edinburgh is hosting an exhibition by Jonathan Owen, best-known for re-carving and reinventing defunct marble statuary.
The Dockside Gallery in Berwick-upon-Tweed has a selection of works by Borders textile designer-turned-artist Janet Cleghorn.
Featuring work by over 500 graduating students, Glasgow School of Art’s Graduate Showcase is online again this year.
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.
The Fine Art Society Edinburgh is showing an exhibition of the group of painters who became known as the Glasgow Boys.
Kilmorack Gallery in Beauly, Inverness-shire, is showing a collection of paintings by Janette Kerr, masterfully capturing the wild north.
Among its June and summer exhibitions, Scotland’s largest private art gallery is showing its annual presentation of postcard-sized works by Scottish artists.
Jock McFadyen: Lost Boat Party at Dovecot Studios marks the artist’s 70th birthday year with a show of recent, large-scale paintings, depicting the Scottish landscape alongside his characteristic urban dystopia.
Featured artist at Frames Gallery in Perth is Penelope Anstice, whose solo exhibition is her first for the Gallery.
Clare Arbuthnott uses lively brushstrokes and a vibrant palette to articulate her floral studies and landscapes.
Alexander Millar Fine Art is exhibiting a nostalgic collection of Alexander’s paintings and limited-edition prints which can be ordered online.
The Society of Scottish Artists (SSA) has launched the first two of six online exhibitions planned for 2021 – Re:Connect and Contemporary Figures.
Milton Art Gallery is presenting a mixed exhibition of work by numerous artists and makers.
Essential to life on earth, insects of all kinds in all media are part of the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club new exhibition in Aberlady, East Lothian
The new exhibition at Eion Stewart Fine Art in Stonehaven is Language of Light, with new work by several painters on show.
The indomitable spirit of island fishermen and women is celebrated in Lewis-born Donald Smith’s paintings at Edinburgh’s City Art Centre.
The Line Gallery in Linlithgow’s ‘Front Line Thank You’ exhibition comprises dozens of artworks by nine artists, gifted to front-line workers across Scotland.
The Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh has launched its new programme of exhibitions for June, with the promise of new shows to take us through to summer.
Aberfeldy Gallery in Perthshire is presenting an exhibition of work by Deborah Phillips – a painter whose compositional style and colours and textures are highly recognisable.
Sale room Lyon & Turnbull’s programme for the forthcoming few weeks has been fixed, with auctions planned throughout the summer.
Review: Two of Scotland’s most accomplished landscape artists, Sarah Anderson and Gill Knight, look at land and sea from shared, and contrasting, perspectives at Edinburgh’s Dundas Street Gallery.
In Lochaber on Scotland’s west coast, Resipole Studios is showing new works by painter Helen Glassford, inspired by travels to some of the country’s remote locations.