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On an art pilgrimage from Aberdeenshire to Venice

From the small town of Huntly in Aberdeenshire to the shimmering passageways of Venice, artist Anthony Schrag embarked on a pilgrimage in 2015 to explore the importance of one of the world’s most prestigious visual arts festivals, the Venice Biennale.

Lady Macbeth reimagined for Deaf audiences

Solar Bear’s co-production with Company Chordelia of Lady Macbeth: Unsex Me Here was a unique production in many ways - working with both D/deaf and hearing performers, seamlessly weaving British Sign Language into the choreography of the dance/theatre piece, it aimed to allow D/deaf audience members to have a similar (...)

How Dennis and Debbie are tackling digital-art-phobia

2015/16 was a transformational year for The Dennis and Debbie Club - the Glasgow-based duo of digital artists Dennis R. and Debbie M who work with open-source software, creating CGI animations, video installations and virtual reality (VR) apps.

Glasgow Tramway hosts prestigious Turner Prize

The Turner Prize came to Scotland for the first time in 2015 – with the work of the shortlisted artists shown at Glasgow’s Tramway from September 2015 to January 2016.

Glasgow Women's Library: Truly a national treasure

We catch up with Glasgow Women's Library's Katie Reid to find out more about the organisation and what they've got lined up for 2016, including their new 'irregular evening' Herland.

Claire Dow on the Clore Fellowship

The Clore Fellowship is a programme of leadership development for people across the cultural sector. Applications to the 2016/17 Fellowships are open until February 12 2016. We hear from Clore Fellow Claire Dow on why you should apply.

Arts and disability in Scotland

On International Day of Disabled People 2015 we highlight some of the energy, innovation, and drive of disabled artists and the wider inclusive arts sector in Scotland.

Adventures in Light on collaboration

The consortium creates dynamic projected installations for musical and cultural performances, and last year was one of the winners of the Collaboration Prize.

In the Undercurrent

We spoke to musician Amy Duncan ahead of the release of her fifth album, Undercurrents.

Discovering Glen Art

We spoke to Glen Art founder Fiona MacDonald about their projects and artistic events designed to help those from a military background return to civilian life.