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An Tobar Festival 2022

By Lisette May Monroe, 17.05.2022
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Bobbi Cameron's sound installation 'without time without distance without mind' at An Tobar Festival. Image by Sean Campbell.

Curated by artist Bobbi Cameron, Mull’s interdisciplinary arts festival Daughters of Cups in the North explored ways of sharing, listening and moving between our past, present and possibilities through performance, music, visual art and film

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Feeling Her Way: Sonia Boyce in Venice

By Patricia Allmer, 12.05.2022
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Sonia Boyce, artist commissioned by the British Council for the British Pavilion 2022 – Image credit – Cristiano Corte © British Council.

Sonia Boyce presents a synaesthetic environment of sound, sight and feeling in her groundbreaking exhibition at the British Pavilion at La Biennale di Venezia. Patricia Allmer reviews.

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The Fleming Collection Young People’s Art Competition 2022

11.05.2022
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Margot Sandeman, Twine, 1988 (wit Ian Hamilton Finlay). The Fleming Collection. Ⓒ The Artist's Estate

To inspire young creative minds, we are running our third annual summer art competition

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Dressing Above Your Station – Fashion and Textiles in the Life and Work of the Artist Steven Campbell

By Neil Cooper, 10.05.2022
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Steven Campbell, Lady with Palette Hat and Hound, Portrait of Carol, Oil on canvas, 1982. Courtesy of Carol Campbell. CONTINUE READING

My Favourite Scottish Work of Art: Charlotte Rostek

By Charlotte Rostek, 05.05.2022
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Victoria Crowe, How the Snow Lay on the Hill, 2021. Oil on linen. Image: Kenneth Gray. Ⓒ Victoria Crowe.

The author of Scottish Women Artists selects her favourite work of art by a Scottish 'poet-painter'

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The Scottish Art Market: Harvey & Woodd

By Susan Mansfield, 03.05.2022
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Courtesy Harvey & Wood.

Sometimes the art of change is seamless continuity. That’s what James Harvey is aiming for as he takes the helm at one of Edinburgh’s best loved traditional art galleries, Anthony Woodd

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