Art for everyone at EAF2022

Indulge in a weekend of international art at The Edinburgh Art Fair from 17th – 20th November at the O2 Academy, Edinburgh. Established in 2005,...

Scotland’s craft culture highlighted at The Briggait, Glasgow

CRAFTHOUSE will feature work from 10 Scottish designers and artisans in its run at The Briggait, Glasgow. See how 10 excellent creators do craft: elevated,...

The Fife Arms launch exciting literary festival this October

You can expect a host of well-known authors, free workshops and creative events at the very first Braemar Literary Festival, kicking off on Friday...
Art Car Boot Sale

Art Car Boot Sale returns to Glasgow at SWG3

The Art Car Boot Sale is returning to Glasgow after a two-year hiatus and will feature works for sale from a variety of artists, including Turner Prize nominees.
Camille Walala

How to buy Camille Walala’s art and support a social enterprise

On the hunt for artwork with a conscience? Us too - and so tomorrow we'll have our fingers poised on the mouse for a...
My Strange World, printmaking on paper, 2020

Art words by Mohammad Barrangi

Born in northern Iran in 1988, Mohammad Barrangi’s work combines elements of Persian calligraphy, storytelling, text and touches of humour.

Art Words by Mick Peter

Work by the Glasgow-based artist is on show at Hospitalfield, Arbroath, until 31 October. The Arts & Crafts house, a former art school, offers residencies to artists, musicians and writers, and its grounds have recently opened to the public for the first time

Art Words by Soo Burnell

Soo Burnell is an Edinburgh-based photographer. Her Poolside series focuses on her passion for the architecture of historic swimming pools, highlighting the geometry, scale...

London’s calling Alison McWhirter for new solo show this spring

A new exhibition by Scottish colourist Alison McWhirter will launch at The Russell Gallery London in April

Watercolour artist Hugh Buchanan gives Edinburgh’s classical architecture a modern twist in his latest...

Painting Edinburgh’s Georgian splendour is far from an exercise in rose-tinted nostalgia for watercolour artist Hugh Buchanan