MS Orkney has an exhibition of watercolours in the windows of Cafe 21 Kirkwall.
On show in the windows of the Northlight Gallery, Stromness, will be work by Jeannine Dollé from Saturday 10th April to Friday 23rd of April.
Brian Keeley, an artist and PhD student at the University of Aberdeen, has launched a joint exhibition with his artist wife to coincide with the new ‘presumed consent’ organ donation law that came into effect in Scotland on 26 March.
The University of Aberdeen is to return a Benin bronze – a sculpture looted by British soldiers in Nigeria in one of the most notorious examples of the pillaging of cultural treasures associated with 19th century European colonial expansion.
By Bernie Bell Rewilding the Future Thursday 25 March, 5pmFree, online You are warmly invited to join artist Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg in conversation with Jane Calvert, Professor of Science and Technology Studies […]
On 21st of March 1859 The Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh opened.
Cary Welling, owner of the Northlight Gallery, Stromness, is looking for the painter of the portrait below which she would like to include in the next exhibition – The Great Big Art Exhibition in Stromness.
The acronym NFT, which stands for Non-Fungible Token, seems to have the art world buzzing at the moment. As an artist myself I have been looking into the implications of this development […]
The Great Big Art Exhibition In your windows, gardens and online for 100 days from 28th January – 7th May.
“You are warmly invited to join artists James Webb and Tonya McMullan as they discuss their works for The Normal at Talbot Rice Gallery”