Review: Entering its 180th anniversary year, The Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh is mounting an exhibition by Cornish painter Geoff Uglow, plus work by a host of eminent modern Scottish painters.
Making the most of the Covid lockdown, Edinburgh painter Ruth Nicol and Linlithgow-based photographer Siljes Elisabet Thorin joined each other on walks around the Linlithgow area.
A regularly-exhibited artist at Dundee’s Gallery Q, Graham Wands is now the subject of a feature exhibition.
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra has returned to live music-making with performances throughout Scotland.
Scottish Opera’s Spring Season includes works by Benjamin Britten, Wolfgang Mozart, Rachmaninov, and Stravinsky, a new Opera Highlights production touring nationwide, complemented by new on-screen commissions.
Iain Patterson: Balance at Summerhall in Edinburgh is one of four exhibitions inaugurating their programme for 2022.
The Maclaurin Gallery in Ayr is hosting the annual exhibition of Ayr Sketch Club, which has been showcasing Ayrshire’s amateur and professional artists for over a century.
This year’s Celtic Connections programme promises a vibrant mix of lively in-person concerts, intimate-scale filmed sessions, an exciting digital programme and a number of talks and exhibitions, in all involving more than 500 artists.
The Whitehouse Gallery is welcoming-in 2022 with a selection of original paintings, prints and drawings on a small scale.
American artist Suzanne Jackson is exhibiting for the first time at Glasgow’s The Modern Institute with a new series of sculpted paintings.
Beacon Arts Centre in Greenock is hosting Mark Youd’s exhibition Psyche – A Portrait of the Mind.
Composer Neil Brand’s insightful musical performance based on the screen comedy duo Laurel & Hardy, is coming to Musselburgh’s Brunton Theatre.
Review: Mohammad Barrangi’s exhibition ‘Anything is Possible’ at Edinburgh Printmakers delivers on the promise of its title by guiding the viewer in a world of magic and fable.
Glasgow’s Roger Billcliffe Gallery continues its programme of exhibitions through the winter, with a busy January.
Aberfeldy’s Watermill Gallery is hosting a second solo exhibition of new work by award-winning photographer James Millar.
One of the world’s largest celebrations of visual sonic art, Glasgow’s biennial Sonica Festival has announced the full programme for its tenth anniversary edition, taking place across the city and beyond.
Mohammad Barrangi brings his first solo exhibition to Edinburgh Printmakers as part of a new pan-European project offering residency opportunities to refugees and artists affected by migration.
Scotland’s festival of light, SPECTRA, is returning to Aberdeen in February, illuminating eight city-centre sites every evening over Valentine’s weekend.
The annual Small Paintings exhibition at Morningside Gallery in Edinburgh is now open.
High St Gallery in Kirkcudbright showcases a changing selection of decorative arts from 1820 to the present, alongside contemporary and fine art.
Nael Hanna is among the highly-accomplished artists featured at Fraser Gallery in St Andrews in Fife.
Kilmorack Gallery near Beauly is continually adding new work to its Winter Selection as sold work is replaced.
Flesh Arranges Itself Differently at The Hunterian in Glasgow shows work from two renowned collections on the theme of bodily experience.
Kilmarnock’s Dick Institute is showing Grayson Perry’s tapestries on the subject of class mobility and the influence of social class on aesthetic taste.