Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts presents 'Narratives in Times of Absurdity' an exhibition by multi-disciplinary artist, Norman Sutton-Hibbert.
The Scotia Gallery welcomes you to a solo photography exhibition featuring an impressive series of macro photography created by Scottish Artist and photographer David Gilliver!
A Piece of You is a live intimate and interactive performance for children and their families; a private concert for just one household.
Air and Space is an online exhibition of recent paintings from artist Jill Ashforth featuring the beautiful collection Air and Space and her lyrical video poem Joy with the music of Max Richter.
Archie Brennan: Tapestry Goes Pop! tells the story of Edinburgh native Archie Brennan (1931-2019) in the first-ever major retrospective of his work.
Brighton fuzz pop quartet, Beach Riot, will tour the UK in 2021 in support of their debut album 'Subatomic Party Cool', they'll play Sneaky Pete's on 3rd June!
The 1920s was a period of contrasts and this exhibition explores the styles, ideas and events that shaped Scottish art during this influential decade.
This show is a private experience for children with ASN living in Edinburgh. You will need a clear garden/patio space of at least 4sqm in front of your window.
This major retrospective, the most comprehensive display of Charles H. Mackie’s work in over a century, showcases the breadth of his creative vision and talents.
A group of artists come together in the creative spirit which flows in these challenging times to bring Connections – Wholly Holistic Exhibition + Events to Santosa Wellness Centre Edinburgh.
Murdo Macdonald gives this talk on Patrick Geddes’ Evergreen and Charles Mackie on Thursday 3rd June.
Surgeons Hall Museums are delighted to offer this specialist short with Curator Jim Edmonson.
With humour and candour, this work shares an honest depiction of what family really is - responsibility, joy, balance, intimacy and, most of all, love.
Eilidh stares out to sea and dreams of a new life beyond her lonely island. Myth and reality collide when the tide washes a mysterious stranger onto her beach, changing her life forever.
This is the first major exhibition Donald Smith's work, in partnership with An Lanntair, Stornoway and is part of Edinburgh Art Festival 2021.
Explore the wonders of Scotland’s marine environment at the first ever Marine Fest hosted by the Scottish Seabird Centre!
This major exhibition at City Art Centre focuses on the maritime theme in Ian Hamilton Finlay's work. It was a central element of his art, and one to which he returned throughout his life.
The Surgeons Hall Museums popular Potted Pathology collection in now available to enjoy at your leisure as a complete series!
This exhibition is in collaboration with the Ray and Diana Harryhausen Foundation to celebrate what would have been film special effects superstar Ray Harryhausen's 100th birthday year.
Removed is a moving and shocking insight into the experiences of Adam, a young man sharing his story of living within the state care system.
Take a walk round Newliston, a well preserved 18th-century parkland/designed landscape rather than a garden as such, full of mature rhododendrons and azaleas, fine vistas and allees of trees!
Visit Shepherd House, a constantly evolving artist’s garden that never stands still, with lots of surprises including a shell house built in 2014, lavender parterres, a rill and fountains!
The Scots Music Group is running its spring/summer term online! Check out the full list of weekly classes starting in April and available through Zoom!
The Big Escape is a brand new interactive outdoor experience, played on your smartphone, which will turn Edinburgh City Centre into a giant escape game!
What’s it like to be disabled in 2021? This hilarious, energising, multi-media show looks at how we talk about disability today.
The University of Wonder & Imagination is now enrolling students of all ages and magical abilities.
Learn how to upcycle, become zero waste, reduce your plastic use and explore sustainable living with EcoArt's classes, courses and workshops!
Pianist Vesselin Stanev will now be joined by cellist Zoltan Despond in a new programme at The Queens Hall on Thursday 3rd June 2021.
This innovative exhibition on blue space at the Scottish Fisheries Museum is curated by Museum and Gallery Studies MLitt students.
Explore Glassmount House gardens, a densely planted walled garden and surrounding woodland with an A-listed sun dial, Mackenzie & Moncur greenhouse and historical doocot.
Set on a hill, this one-acre Edwardian landscaped garden has panoramic views over the River Tay.
Willowhill is an evolving three-acre garden with a series of mixed borders designed with different vibrant colour combinations for effect all season.
If you are over the age of 65 and live in the North Lanarkshire area The Fair Play Foundation's Active@Home programme is the one for you!
Join Get Walking Lanarkshire on one of their regular health walks! Enjoy the fresh air, meet new people and have a good blether!
Join Agape Wellbeing each Thursday for six weeks in Calderglen Country Park's Sensory Garden for their mindfulness activities for young families!
Built in the 12th century and steeped in history, Paisley Abbey is a fascinating building to visit, find out more on one of the regular guided tours!
Join journalist Loudon Temple on June 3rd for the official launch of his long-awaited book, The Bungalow Bar – Stories from The Venue and Those Who Played There!
Join Fintry Amateur Dramatic Society for Roaches Coaches, a radio comedy set in a small-town bus depot, in a magical time before COVID-19 was invented!
This exhibition showcases some of The Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum’s remarkable art collection.