Our galleries present a varied programme of exhibitions - showcasing the work of both established artists and investing in those of the future.
Coming Back Out Ball
FEBRUARY: BLINK GALLERY
Now in their first year in Scotland, the LGBTI+ Elders Social Dance Club provides an opportunity to get to know other members of the LGBTI+ community. We present an exhibition of pictures and films of participants from club members who attend the social dance club for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Gender Diverse, and Intersex elders and their allies. If you would like more information on the club, please contact Amy Watt on [email protected] or call 01463 732 695.
Marital Bed: Stresses, Strains and Stitches
FEBRUARY: FIRST CIRCLE GALLERY
“There is an underlying theme of queerness, queer identity and the ‘queering of place’ running through my work. Destruction is necessary for transformation, it may be I deconstruct a bed, it may be I reduce plant matter to reconstitute into rope or it may be I destroy an illusion of self. Often the destruction is a reabsorption of elements. I use a combination of traditional hand working techniques such as knitting, crochet, rope making and stitch which allow me to engage physically with the work. Repeating, returning, re-cycling and recording through the creative process in a continuing loop.”
Marital Bed: Stresses, Strains and Stitches, Fiona Percy
Munro Legacy Exhibition
The Munro Society
FEBRUARY: STALLS FOYER
This Exhibition, presented by The Munro Society, tells the story of Scotland’s mountains as a source of recreation from its 19th century beginnings to the present day and, in particular the contribution of the man whose name is synonymous with Scotland’s highest mountains: Sir Hugh Thomas Munro.
The Munro Society, Munro Legacy Exhibition
Wild Glen Affric
MARCH: STALLS FOYER
In the not too distant past, Northern Scotland was a very different place. The Caledonian Forest, an ecologically diverse temperate rainforest, covered much of the landscape. Only a small number of remnants of this great woodland now exist; Glen Affric possibly the most spectacular. This selection of images aims to present to the viewer a glimpse of Scotland closer to how it once was, highlighting the importance of preserving these areas of natural beauty.
Kenny Muir, Wild Affric
A creative space where exciting new Highland artists, young and old, can exhibit their work. We want to give opportunities to artists finding their voice and a place where audiences can discover new local talent.
Stalls Foyer & Second Floor Gallery
Spaces where established artists can exhibit and sell their work.
Our gallery space dedicated to the local community and the creative work that they produce.
Call to Artists
We invite artists in all visual media to submit artwork to be considered for our gallery spaces. This open call is designed to give an opportunity to Scottish artists and those based in Scotland to exhibit their work.
Email [email protected] and include artist bio plus three or more images of current work (All new work must have been completed within the last two years).