A new art project, commissioned by the National Galleries of Scotland, will see four human figures immersed in the Water of Leith, acting as gauges for the height of the river as it swells and recedes.
US artist William Wegman is bringing a selection of his famous Weimaraner portraits to Edinburgh's newly refurbished City Art Centre as part of this summer's Edinburgh Art Festival.
"LIVE painting + LIVE music + LIVE video art = Art AnimOtion" goes the tagline for this creative collaboration by international artists Maria Rud and Natalia Kharina.
Around forty Scottish museums and galleries, from Orkney to Dumfries, come together for this annual weekend of events dubbed Show Scotland.
One of the less visible activities of the Edinburgh International Festival (EIF) is its its year-round programme of education and outreach. Around 1,000 young people are participating in workshops and projects this year, that explore the cultural diversity of performers and the ideas raised in the Edinburgh's flagship arts festival.
"The UK’s most prestigious contemporary art fair outside of London", the Glasgow Art Fair 2010 will showcase 46 selected galleries from Scotland, the rest of the UK, Europe and beyond exhibiting work for sale by over 1000 artists.
The four-day art buying extravaganza takes place in the trademark white tented pavilions on George Square, in the heart of Glasgow’s city centre (literally just outside Queen Street train station, see trains).
The seventh annual Edinburgh Art Festival will open on Thursday 29 July 2010 running until Sunday 5 September 2010. The Festival, which offers a special summer platform for Edinburgh galleries and artists to showcase specially-curated work, will feature exhibitions in venues across the city along with a programme of associated events, artist talks, workshops, tours and the ever popular Art Late.
A most entertaining exhibition by a young Scottish artist has just opened at the Roger Billcliffe gallery on Blythswood Street, Glasgow, located just a few hundred yards from the prestigious Glasgow School of Art.
Baroness Pannonica (Nica) de Koenigswarter (1913-1988) had a lifelong love affair with travel, art, photography and jazz music.