Joseph Crawhall: Masterworks from the Burrell Collection

Joseph Crawhall: Masterworks from the Burrell Collection

Joseph Crawhall: Masterworks from the Burrell Collection 4 February – 12 March 2016   The Glasgow shipping magnate Sir William Burrell built one of the finest universal collections in private hands, amassing masterpieces from every continent and era. Each purchase was only decided after lengthy research and negotiations. But there...
Issue 24 of Scottish Art News is out now!

Issue 24 of Scottish Art News is out now!

  The latest issue includes: A conversation between Alice Strang, curator of the National Galleries of Scotland’s Modern Scottish Women exhibition and Katie Bruce, curator of the Gallery of Modern Art’s major exhibition Ripples on the Pond An interview with Luc Tuymans, one of the most influential and acclaimed contemporary...
Issue 24 of Scottish Art News is out now!

Issue 24 of Scottish Art News is out now!

  The latest issue includes: A conversation between Alice Strang, curator of the National Galleries of Scotland’s Modern Scottish Women exhibition and Katie Bruce, curator of the Gallery of Modern Art’s major exhibition Ripples on the Pond An interview with Luc Tuymans, one of the most influential and acclaimed contemporary painters, discussing how Henry Raeburn’s... Read more >
23 February \\ Animal Drawing Workshop

23 February \\ Animal Drawing Workshop

Animal Drawing Workshop 23 February, 10am-2pm £40 (£30 Members/students)   This workshop will draw inspiration from the works of Joseph Crawhall, which will be on display at the gallery from 4 February – 12 March. Identified as the leader of the radical group of young Scottish artists known as the Glasgow Boys, Crawhall specialised in... Read more >
Joseph Crawhall: Masterworks from the Burrell Collection

Joseph Crawhall: Masterworks from the Burrell Collection

Joseph Crawhall: Masterworks from the Burrell Collection 4 February – 12 March 2016   The Glasgow shipping magnate Sir William Burrell built one of the finest universal collections in private hands, amassing masterpieces from every continent and era. Each purchase was only decided after lengthy research and negotiations. But there was one exception to this... Read more >
16 February \\ Lunchtime Yarn

16 February \\ Lunchtime Yarn

Lunchtime Yarn Every 3rd Tuesday of the month: 16 February – Our last session! 1-3pm drop-in, no need to book Free Wind down in your lunch break and join us for a relaxing yarn and knit session where we get together to make clothing and blankets for Knit for Peace who supply those in need. Set... Read more >
11 & 25 February \\ Life Drawing

11 & 25 February \\ Life Drawing

Life Drawing Fortnightly sessions: 11 & 25 February – Our final 2 sessions! 6.30-8pm £15 (£10 Members/students) per session Informal guided sessions with Scottish artist Janet Casey, who studied at the University of Dundee. You will be using various materials such as pencil and charcoal and exploring traditional and contemporary life drawing techniques including blind... Read more >
16 February \\ Family Arts School Holiday Workshop

16 February \\ Family Arts School Holiday Workshop

School Holiday Family Arts Tuesday 16 February, 10.30 – 12.30 Free, but bookings required For ages 3+ and their families Create, play, imagine. What better way to spend your school holidays than in a gallery creating artworks. Parents and children are encouraged to create together during these free sessions.   Book now or call the... Read more >
5 March \\ Saturday Children's Drawing Club

5 March \\ Saturday Children’s Drawing Club

Children’s Drawing Club Saturday Club: 5 March, 11am-1pm All levels welcome, for 8+ years £3 per child Set in a gallery environment and lead by artists you will learn to draw using experimental techniques and materials such as pen, pencil, charcoal, water colour, marker and more and will be able to take home a piece of finished... Read more >
Issue 23 of Scottish Art News is out now!

Issue 23 of Scottish Art News is out now!

The latest issue marks an exciting new chapter for Scottish Art News, published biannually by the Fleming- Wyfold Foundation. The Foundation is delighted to be handing over the role of editor to Rachael Cloughton. Rachael is based in Edinburgh and is Visual Art Editor for The List. She will continue the foundation’s commitment to promote... Read more >
Fleming-Wyfold Bursary 2015 Winner Announced

Fleming-Wyfold Bursary 2015 Winner Announced

  Edward Humphrey was announced as the second recipient of the annual Fleming-Wyfold Bursary at the opening ceremony of this year’s Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) New Contemporaries exhibition. Humphrey, a graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, Dundee, receives a bursary of £10,000, plus £4,000 production costs for the next year. His... Read more >
Selection Panel for the Fleming-Wyfold Bursary 2015 Announced

Selection Panel for the Fleming-Wyfold Bursary 2015 Announced

  The Fleming-Wyfold Foundation are delighted to announce the judging panel for the 2015 Fleming-Wyfold Bursary. A significant award of £10,000, with an additional £4,000 available to the artist in support of their production costs for the next year, the Bursary also includes a year-long mentoring programme to oversee the artist’s professional development and transition... Read more >
Angela Wright Commissioned to Create Site-Specific Installation

Angela Wright Commissioned to Create Site-Specific Installation

  British artist Angela Wright will create a site-specific work for the stairwell at the Fleming Collection, inspired by current exhibition Fleece to Fibre: The Making of the Large Tree Group Tapestry.   A graduate of Camberwell College of Art, Wright creates fragile and often vulnerably placed works which test the duration of their existence.... Read more >
Screening of Henry Coombes 'Two Discs and a Zed'

Screening of Henry Coombes ‘Two Discs and a Zed’

7pm 20 September – 7am 21 September   Outside the Fleming Collection     The Fleming Collection is partnering with Nuit Blanche Video to show Henry Coombes’ Two Discs and a Zed (2013) from 7pm Saturday 20 September to 7am Sunday 21 September. Best known for his short films which explore historical themes, Glasgow-based Coombes... Read more >