News: The Scottish Gallery celebrates 150th anniversary of Scotland’s first Modernist, Samuel John Peploe

The Scottish Gallery will be celebrating the life and works of Samuel John Peploe (1871 – 1935) with a major exhibition of his paintings and drawings to coincide with his 150th anniversary. Noted for his diverse oeuvre, Peploe transformed himself from a daring Edwardian portraitist and Impressionist landscape painter into Scotland’s first Modernist. Marking a... Continue Reading →

News: Summer artist residencies announced for environmental exhibition Remember the Future

Orleans House Gallery’s thought-provoking exhibition and artistic research programme Remember the Future explores our relationship with nature in light of the global ecological crisis, creating a powerful interdisciplinary exhibition with a series of captivating and reflective works. Following renowned activist artists Ackroyd & Harvey’s residency, Bryony Benge-Abbott will be in residence from 20th July –... Continue Reading →

News: Chronic Insanity launches new online digital Arts Festival, Puncture The Screen

Theatrical innovators Chronic Insanity will launch their first data-driven digital art and performance festival, Puncture The Screen; a two-day online event championing digital creative culture. Platforming new and visually stimulating content, the festival aims to exhibit the best in digital creativity alongside industry-led workshops, with networking and educational opportunities to support artists in honing their... Continue Reading →

News: Painting and poetry inspires original music in Victoria Crowe’s upcoming exhibition

Another Time, Another Place is a beautiful conversation between renowned artist Victoria Crowe OBE and poet Christine de Luca – both of whom have produced twelve works in this exciting collaborative exhibition. In concert with the exhibition and galvanised by its championing of artistic collaboration, The Michael Cuddigan Trust has sponsored young musicians and composers... Continue Reading →

Interview with James Scotland

A free outdoor spectacular celebrating diversity in the arts, The Sunday Art Club is a multi-disciplinary festival which will immerse audiences in the joy of live performance this September. The festival will be socially distanced in Shoreditch as well as streamed online so everyone can enjoy its electrifying range of theatre, jazz, film and visual... Continue Reading →

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