Posted on 25th February, 2012

The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts - 151st Annual Exhibition

The Mitchell, North Street, Charing Cross, Glasgow, Scotland. G3 7DN


16th September - 6th October 2012

Monday - Saturday 10.30am-5pm

Thursday 10.30am-7pm

Sunday 12-5pm


For more information: www.royalglasgowinstitute.org 




Inspired Editions

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, Murdoch's Lone, Alloway, Ayr, Scotland. KA7 4PQ

Tel. 01292 443700/ 0844 493 2601


Prints and multiples from 14 of the very best artists today: Rob & Nick Carter - Calum Colvin - Graham Fagen - Euan Heng - Kenny Hunter - Whyn Lewis - David Mach - Jo McDonald - Harland Miller - Robert Powell - Jephson Robb - Catherine Sargeant - Fiona Watson

All of the sculptures and prints on show are 'editions' - that means there are a small number of versions available for purchase - a move which makes them much more affordable to the general public.


7th September - 24th December 2012

Daily 10am-5pm


For more information: www.burnsmuseum.org.uk




Agora 2012 Miniartextil Como (22nd edition)

Villa Olmo, Via Cantoni 1, Como, Italy


The theme of the exhibition is 'Agora' - a greek word that indicates the heart of the polis, where people meet to exchange and compare ideas. The concept of Agora refers to a symbolic context in which different experiences and interpretations of social life merge together.

There are 54 works of mini-textiles by international artists, each with a maximum size of 20cm x 20cm x 20cm.


6th October - 18th November 2012


For more information: www.miniartextil.it 




Vive la tapisserie! 3 - STAR*

Institut Francais d'Ecosse, 13 Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh, Scotland. EH3 7TT

Tel. 0131 225 5366


Miniature tapestries by STAR* and friends.

For the third year running STAR* returns to the Institute Francais with an exhibition of miniature tapestries. This follows on from their successful retrospective That was Then: This is Now at the City Art Centre, Edinburgh, at the turn of the year.


4th May - 2nd June 2012

Monday - Friday 9.30am-8.30pm (6.30pm on Fridays)

Sat 9.30am -1pm


For more Information: www.ifecosse.org.uk






Amateras Annual Mini Paper Art Exhibition 2012

Art Alley Gallery, 51a William Gladstone, Sofia, Bulgaria


Over 300 artworks are presented by 102 artists from 29 countries.

All works are either 2D (maximum size of A4), or 3D (maximum size of 15cm x 15cm x 20cm).

This exhibition is part of the larger Sofia Paper Art Fest 2012, which includes over 200 artists from 29 countries, located in 10 galleries and museums throughout Sofia.

This year accent is focused on the attraction of visitors from all age groups through education, exhibitions and improvisations following its motto - Paper Inventions.

This unique art event includes visual arts, theatre, movies, cartoons, photography and experimental music.


2nd May- 2nd June 2012


For more information: www.amateras.eu 




Woven From Nature

Blackwell The Arts and Crafts House, Bowness on Windermere. LA23 3JT

Tel. 01539 446139


This exhibition brings together four contemporary artist-craftswomen whose work is either entirely or partially woven and which has the 'common thread' of being made from natural materials: wool, cotton, willow, paper and even seaweed! This is a show that combines traditional and contemporary practice in the most exciting ways. Participating artists are Mary Butcher, Jilly Edwards, Jo McDonald and Maggie Smith.


Friday 2nd March - Sunday 29th April 2012

Daily 10.30am-5pm


For more information:  www.blackwell.org.uk 




Society of Scottish Artists - 115th Annual Exhibition 2012

Royal Scottish Academy, The Mound, Edinburgh, Scotland. EH2 2EL


Saturday 4th February - Thursday 1st March 2012

Monday - Saturday 10am-5pm

Sunday 12-5pm


For more information: www.s-s-a.org 




Visual Arts Scotland Annual Exhibition 2012

Royal Scottish Academy, The Mound, Edinburgh, Scotland. EH2 2EL


Saturday 4th February - Thursday 1st March 2012 

Monday - Saturday 10am-5pm

Sunday 12-5pm



For more information: www.visualartsscotland.org



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