The 'Coming into View: Photographing Glasgow' exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery celebrates the work of amateur photographer Eric Watt through the mid-late 20th Century.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery are hosting a series of talks focusing on their newly acquired 17th Century Portrait of Lord Mungo Murray, by renowned artist John Michael Wright.
Frida Kahlo is one of the most enduring and arguably the world's favourite female artists of the 20th century, don't miss an onscreen exhibition of her work at Eastwood Park Theatre!
In Scotland's Year of Coasts and Waters, join us for a new exhibition at John Sinclair House where we showcase fantastic material from the HES archives.
Due to the current situation, the Art & Craft Collective have created their first 'virtual' exhibition 'Houses of Light' by artist Ian Pearsall.
Scottish and international artists will reinvent artworks from American artist Allan Kaprow’s career across Jupiter Artland this summer.
Jenny Pope’s current exhibition combines old objects, with layers of meaning and past uses, as a metaphor for the layers of past experiences and influences that have shaped us as people.
Featuring work from some world renowned photograhers, much of it never seen in Scotland before, Rock Stars: Photographic Portraits re-opens at Gallery-Close from July 8th.
The Modern Masters Women exhibition at The Scottish Gallery seeks to look back as well as forward, celebrating major female artists throughout their history.
Come along to Scotland's premier event for Antiques and Collectables at the Royal Highland Centre!
Edinburgh Comic Con returns to the EICC in September and once more, it will be a weekend of madness from the world of film and TV, comic books, gaming, cosplay and much more.
Dive headfirst into wedding planning at Edinburgh’s Largest Wedding Exhibition on 12th & 13th September at BT Murrayfield Stadium. It's wedding heaven!
EuroSciCon is happy to announce its next conference “World Congress on Animal Science” will be held on 21st and 22nd September 2020 in Edinburgh.
The 10th Annual Scottish Tattoo Convention returns to The Edinburgh Corn Exchange on 26th and 27th September, bigger and better than ever!
The Big Big Gin Festival is back at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange in October 2020. Let your experience be-gin!
The biggest wedding fair on the east coast of Scotland will once again return to the Edinburgh Corn Exchange on 7th and 8th November!
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.
One of Scotland's most iconic events 'The Royal Highland Show' returns to the Royal Highland Centre from 17th June!
Join artist Tessa Asquith-Lamb for a tour specifically designed for visually impaired visitors focusing on the 'Marine: Ian Hamilton Finlay' exhibition.
This annual photography exhibition will run throughout the spring, with each photographer having exclusive use of the space for two weeks in Shieldbank Coffee Shop!
This exhibition, drawn from Historic Environment Scotland's archives, explores Scotland's relationship to the sea and its impact on everyday life.
This exhibition is a celebration of Jack Vettriano's extraordinary career and will be showing paintings he created from in his 20s until he moved to London in 2000.
Pupils from S2 and S3 from three South Lanarkshire Secondary Schools have created a thought provoking and powerful exhibition to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Tenement Through Time is a new, innovative and interactive exhibition which explores tenement life in New Lanark between 1881-1971!
Save the date for The Wedding Exhibition hosted by Wedding Services Scotland on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th of April at intu Braehead Arena!
This exhibition showcases a selection of the photographs taken during Alan Dimmick’s residency at Stirling University.
Scottish contemporary landscape artist Beth Robertson Fiddes, has created a stunning exhibition of paintings, which shares inspiration with Mhairi Hall’s AIRS.