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Visual Art

Get to know: Panel

Learn more about Panel: an independent curatorial practice based in Glasgow, and one of Creative Scotland's Regularly Funded Organisations for 2018-21.

Examining the "In Kind" economy at Glasgow International

A new research project by artists Janie Nicoll and Ailie Rutherford is charting the hidden economies of the visual arts, using Glasgow International 2018 as a case study.

Arcadeum: North Edinburgh Arts' long-term artist residency, with community at its heart

Arcadeum is a long-term residency project, run by Hans K Clausen and Lindsay Perth. Within the framework of the project, the two artists work closely with a local community to explore the physical changes happening as a result of a new health centre.

The Transit of Hermes: Ross Birrell on myth and the power of the journey

It's a Tuesday morning in April, and CCA's exhibition gallery is covered in straw. It's all part of the sensory experience that is The Transit of Hermes: Ross Birrell's new exhibition at Glasgow International.

Creative Christmas gifting: Own Art and be merry

If you're thinking of moving away from the traditional gifts of socks, fragrances and soap on a rope, but are not quite sure what to do for the art lover in your life, we have a suggestion. Own Art.

Sonica: pushing the boundaries of art and sound

Sonica is a year-round programme of events dedicated to world-class visual sonic arts, punctuated by a biennial autumn festival in Glasgow. Since its conception in 2012, Sonica has presented more than 400 events, including performances, installations, exhibitions and screenings by over 180 artists from six continents, reaching over 50,000 people. (...)

Narrative: Jenni Fagan on rehabilitation through art

A new exhibition of artwork from prisons, secure hospitals, secure children’s homes and community justice services in Scotland is being curated by acclaimed author and poet Jenni Fagan. We spoke to Jenni to find out more about the project.

We Have Met Before: unlocking the shared history of the Caribbean and the UK

The Caribbean and the United Kingdom share a deep and complex history. Now, that shared past is being explored in We Have Met Before: a group exhibition organised by the British Council and the National Gallery of Jamaica.

Dundee Urban Orchard project aims to grow creativity and sustainability

Dundee Urban Orchard (DUO) is a city-wide art and horticulture project, which aims to build and care for small-scale orchards in Dundee. It aims to develop new artistic practices, which will speak across communities, and seeks to address global environmental challenges on a local level.

Shaping young lives and minds: Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop's Schools Programme

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop’s Schools Programme is now in its fifth year, and the initiative is stronger than ever. We caught up with ESW's Irene Kernan and Debi Banarjee, who told us more about the project.