until 14 Feb | Grampian Hospitals Art Trust
Terra Nova
The project is a response to photographs taken by Dr William Clark Souter from his time on board the ship the Terra Nova.

until 14 February | The Suttie Arts Space
Terra Nova by FOUND Collective
FOUND Collective’s response to photographs taken by Dr William Clark Souter from his time on board the ship the Terra Nova in 1903.

6 February  – 1 March | Newave Gallery
Chris Wells & Mario Sughi ‘Escape’
Joint exhibition of work by Chris Wells and Mario Sughi aka Nerosunero. These multi-award artists have come together to showcase their recent work.


19 March – 17 April | Hospitalfield
Graham Fagan at Hospitalfield
In March Hospitalfield will open a major exhibition of the work of Graham Fagen.



until 7 February | Various locations
Bothy Stores Weekend
Talks, workshops, and tasting sessions with Bakery 47 and Charlotte Barker at The Cairngorms National Park



until 27 February | Cooper Gallery
Group exhibition featuring artists’ films by leading international & emerging artists, revealing disruptive practices within the systems propelling our world.

until Autumn 2016 | The McManus: Dundee’s Art Gallery & Museum
Draw the Line: Old Masters to The Beano  
The exhibition shows the vast and all encompassing range of creativity expressed in drawing from Dundee’s nationally significant fine art collection.



until 20 February | Royal Scottish Academy
Visual Arts Scotland 2016 #CONVERGE
The finest examples of contemporary fine art, design and craft  eg:  PARALLELS cantilevered cabinets by Simon Whatley AKA R E A L I S E

until 23 February | Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop
Ceramic Sculpture with Charlotte Barker
The course explore coiling, slab-building, clay relief drawing, marble colour porcelain, sgraffito to create completed fired and glazed ceramic objects.

until 9 March 2016 | Summerhall
Whitney McVeigh’s Language of Memory  
This exhibition ruminates upon memory and childhood, delicately balancing the personal with the collective.

until – 9 March 2016 | Summerhall
In Parting Glass
collaboration by choreographer Riccardo Buscarini and visual artist Richard Taylor as part of our Winter 2015-’16 visual arts programme.

until – 9 March 2016 | Summerhall
Whitney McVeigh: Language of Memory
The exhibition is centred upon her film ‘Birth’: Origins at the end of Life, recording six women’s experience of birth and existence.

6 February – 26 March | Ingleby Gallery
Andrew Cranston: paintings from a room
Exhibition including passages culled from literature, anecdotes and jokes, second hand accounts, images from cinema and observations of life.

6 February – 26 March | Ingleby Gallery
Jonny Lyons: Dream Easy
Lyons’s practice explores the fragility of friendship and adventure through performances documented by photography and film.

18 February – 10 March| Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop
Material Vocabularies with Lauren Gault
The course will incorporate traditional processes, critical discussion, mould making with rubber, casting and working with found objects.

11 – 12 March | The Scottish Storytelling Cetre
The Shift/ Collective
Some of Scotland’s most celebrated spoken word performers presenting their unique solo shows over two nights.

throughout the year | Various
Screen Academy Scotland Courses
Professional short course training (screenwriting, cinematography, film, TV & cross-platform production & image & sound editing).

throughout the year | Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre
Writing Courses
Courses in Novel Writing, Poetry, Short Story Writing, and Screenwriting.



until 6 February | Six Foot Gallery
The Prop Body
Six Foot Gallery presents ‘The Prop Body’ a solo exhibition by their current Artist in Residence Terri Long.

until 20 February | Hillhead Library
Futureproof 2015
Futureproof is an annual showcase initiated by Street Level. This exhibition at Hillhead includes work from the Peacock instalment.

until 28 February 2016 | GoMA
Ripples on the Pond
An exhibition designed as a conversation between works by women on paper & moving image.

until 28 February 2016 | GoMA
Devils in the Making: Glasgow School of Art and the Collection
An exhibition celebrating the strong link between the Gallery of Modern Art and The Glasgow School of Art.

until 20 March | Lighthouse
Hello My Name is Paul Smith
The world famous exhibition invites you into Paul Smith’s world; a world of fashion, creation, inspiration, collaboration, wit and beauty.

until 23 March | CCA
Merlin James: Long Game
The first large scale Glasgow exhibition from painter Merlin James opens CCA’s 2016 gallery programme with work from the 1980s to present.

until 20 March | The Lighthouse
Hello, My Name is Paul Smith
The exhibition invites you into Paul Smith’s world and offers you a unique insight into his magnificent mind.

until 27 March | Street Level Photoworks
Liza Dracup – ‘Re:Collections’
The photographs present us with a series of birds and mammals, made timeless both by the taxidermist and the photographer.

until 27 March | Street Level Photoworks
Ulla Schildt – ‘A Rare Visitor’
The work is a study of spaces where ´nature´ has been artificially constructed for people to experience it safely and easily.

10 – 13 February | The Whiskey Bond
GSA Communication Design WIP Show
A showcase of the developing portfolios of final year students specialising in Graphics, Illustration and Photography, ahead of the Degree Show.

20 – 27 February | Trongate 103
With a diseased imagination Conor Baird, Lo Buddy and Ross Fleming exhibit new works that envisage indulgent topias.

24 – 25 February | GFT
Glasgow Film Festival: Industry Focus
Two days of inspiring film industry expert panels and discussions bringing together the best and brightest of the filmmaking community.

27 February – 13 March | The Telfer Gallery
A culmination of Abigale Neate-Wilson’s project This Is Not A City, which she has conducted as part of her year-long residency at the Telfer Gallery.

4 – 5 March | Platform
A two day event giving young people the opportunity to perform and gain a unique insight into how to get ahead in the music industry.

17 – 19 March | various
TRANSIT #3: and everything crooked will become straight
Artists’ film screened from a van; featuring: Dorine Aguerre, Miles Joseph, Lucie Rachel, Jane Topping, Josie Rae Turnbull. Part of GSFF 2016.

12 – 18 September | various
Illustrious Glasgow
Glasgow Doors Open Days is working with illustrator Rosemary Cunningham to share 10 stunning illustrations of Glasgow buildings.

First Saturday of the month | The Lighthouse
Repair Cafe
On the first Saturday of every month our team of fixers will be on hand to help you fix your broken items, in MAKLab, Gallery One.

ongoing | Crownpoint Studio
Corridor Exhibition
Exhibition by VAU Members, view by appointment only.

ongoing | The Botanics
Art Classes in the Botanics
Weekly tutored classes in Glasgow Botanic Gardens, for anyone wishing to develop their artistic abilities.

ongoing | The Hidden Lane Gallery
Margaret Watkins: The Kitchen Sink (And other classics)
A major retrospective selection of some of the classic images which established Margaret Watkins as one of the most innovative artists of the 1910s & ’20s.

ongoing | 306 White Studios
Silk Screen Printing Workshops
Be your own designer for the day, learn silk-screen printing here at Shapes Of Things Ltd & create your own bespoke product every Wednesday & Saturday.



15 – 17 April | various locations
Slow Marathon 2016: along the Deveron
Slow Marathon is a 26 mile/42 km along the river Deveron, inspired by Anne Murray and Jake Williams through the With and Against the Flow project.






5 February – 10 April | Wales Millennium Centre
Common Ground
Common Ground brings together work from two photographic collectives taking an outward-facing view of their home countries of Scotland and Wales.



until 2 April | Autograph ABP
Maud Sulter: Syrcas
An installation of the sixteen original photomontages of Syrcas, a seminal body of work created by Maud Sulter during the early 1990s.

until 24 January | Business Design Centre
London Art Fair   
London Art Fair is the UK’s premier Modern British and contemporary art Fair.

13 February | Zabludowicz Collection
HypeTime: Pilot Global Blanding
Performance around current trends in public sculpture, exploring conflicting ideas of what we perceive as ‘generic’ and ‘meaningful’.



until 27 February 2016 | Bury Art Museum
Colour Collect – Liz West
Responding to Bury Museum’s collections, artist Liz West has created a unique exhibition to coincide with Bury Light Night 2015




6 February – 10 April | HOME
Incidents of Travel in the Multiverse by AL and AL
Solo exhibition of film, drawing, installation and a live concert hall performance.

18 – 19 February | MadLab
Intermediate WordPress
Take your WordPress site to the next level! Dig deep into customisation and make your site work perfectly on mobile devices.



17 – 19 February | Various
MadLab’s Coding Roadshow – CodeBug
A family event providing a fun and engaging introduction to easy drag-and-drop programming and electronics.



16 – 19 February | various
Bring a monster to life this half-term!
This February half-term, MadLab are teaming up with Stitched Up to bring soft circuit workshops to Salford.



until 27 February | Made North Gallery
Life on the Hill
Life On The Hill showcases the work of product, furniture and interior design students from the Sheffield Institute of Arts.


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