Jul – Aug
Kilmorack Gallery in Beauly, Inverness-shire, has re-opened and is showing recent work by a variety of artists and craftspeople.
From 11 Jul
White Fox Gallery in Coldstream is reopening and its first exhibition is a one-week showcase of artworks from the last three months.
App-based exhibition, until 18 Jul
In an unusual move, Glasgow’s The Modern Institute is hosting a new extended-reality exhibition on the Vortic Collect downloadable app, by Scott Myles.
Until 16 Aug
Fidra Fine Art has reopened and its summer exhibition, previously only available online, is available to be viewed in situ.
From 10 Jul
Kirkcudbright’s Whitehouse Gallery is re-opening with new hours, and hosting a new summer exhibition that comprises a mix of artists’ work from the gallery walls, and new exclusive work online.
Until 15 Aug
No longer limited to showing online, Gallery Heinzel continues its 30th birthday year with an anniversary exhibition featuring a selection of artists’ work from the past three decades.
From 30 June
Sproson contemporary art gallery in St. Andrews is continuing to host art online, where it can be viewed and purchased, and the gallery is now physically open.
From 29 Jun
After a lengthy closure, Angela Lawrence has re-opened Clience Studio, in Castle Douglas, Dumfries & Galloway, with health & safety measures in place to ensure an enjoyable visit.
1 – 25 Jul
An exhibition marking the Centenary of The Society of Wood Engravers is the first to take place at Perth’s Frames Gallery since lockdown restrictions were eased.
Until 28 August Review
Leith School of Art launches its end of year exhibition online for the first time ever, allowing viewers to see and buy work from the students of eight different year-long courses and the Graduate Residency programme.
Online sale, until 24 Jul
A month-long fundraising sale of photographic prints by some of Scotland’s leading photographers has been launched, with all proceeds going to Support in Mind, a Scottish organisation providing crucial support for those living with mental health issues.
Art education in universities and college has sustained the impact of Covid and lockdown recently, but graduate work is available to be viewed online.
Online, June – August
[SHIFT: ibpcpa] is an ambitious international biennale of performance, collaborative and participatory arts, and a non-profit initiative showcasing these practices and fostering inter-disciplinary exchange. This year it showcases the work of twenty artists.