Evening events, Visual art, Contemporary

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Wildlife Artist Of The Year

Photographs, paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture by various artists.

Mall Galleries, London SW1Y

Mon 29 Jun

Prices to be confirmed / 020 7930 6844

Launch night.

Eleni Kalorkoti

Work by Edinburgh-born illustrator whose work has appeared in the New York Times and publications by the V&A and Random House.

Hula Juice Bar and Gallery, Edinburgh

Fri 13 Mar

Free / 0131 220 1121

Discover Urban Art: Exhibition and Workshop

Urban art show supporting the Teapot Trust Charity, which helps chronically ill children.

Gayfield Creative Spaces, Edinburgh

Tue 31 Mar

£11 / 07903 606 253

Accessibility: First Manifestation Of Limitaction

Accessibility is the first chapter of LIMITACTION, a collaborative project, developed as a curatorial and artistic residency, taking place in the Window Space, London (January-July 2015).

London Metropolitan University, E1

Thu 5 Mar

Central House

Free

Affect Formations

A concert of new work created by artist Adinda van 't Klooster combining animated visuals with improvised piano and electroacoustic soundscapes.

The Sage Gateshead

Thu 19 Mar

£8.50–£10.50 / 0191 443 4661

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Artist Talk - Simon Faithfull

The artist discusses his latest exhibition, titled 0(0)00.

ICIA, Bath

Fri 27 Mar

£5 / 01225 386777

Behind The Scenes At The Horniman: Taxidermy In Fashion With Polly Morgan: Talk

The artist talks about how she has brought the craft up to date, dismantling taxidermy traditions and creating eerily beautiful still lives which combine the playful, the macabre and the surreal.

Horniman Museum And Gardens, London SE23

Thu 9 Apr

Gardens Pavilion

£5 adv booking required / 020 8699 1872

Bob Lawrie - The Logic Index

Gallery 286 shows the work of Bob Lawrie. 'the Logic index', editioned prints in the ground floor gallery and 'Archer Street 1976-84' in the downstairs gallery.

Gallery 286, London SW5

Thu 5 Mar

Free / 020 7370 2239

Tue 10 Mar

Free / 020 7370 2239

Thu 12 Mar

Free / 020 7370 2239

…and 4 more dates until 26 Mar

Caravan Gallery

The Caravan Gallery will reveal work citywide across Sunderland in conjunction with both a major exhibition of their work at Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art.

Northern Gallery For Contemporary Art, Sunderland

Fri 6 Mar

Phone for prices / 0191 561 8407

  • 18:00 – 20:00 Caravan Gallery Northern Gallery For Contemporary Art, Sunderland

Sat 7 Mar

Phone for prices / 0191 561 8407

  • 18:00 – 20:00 Caravan Gallery Northern Gallery For Contemporary Art, Sunderland

Sun 8 Mar

Phone for prices / 0191 561 8407

  • 18:00 – 20:00 Caravan Gallery Northern Gallery For Contemporary Art, Sunderland
…and 54 more dates until 1 May

The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow

Thu 12 Mar

Free / 0141 222 2254

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Celebrating Sanctuary

Works in a variety of media.

ORT Cafe, Birmingham

Sat 28 Mar

£5

Sat 25 Apr

£5

David Best: Temple

David Best is an American sculptor whose large-scale works have formed the centrepiece of the Nevada-based Burning Man festivals since 2000. This is his first major work outside the US and consists of a Temple honouring the victims of the Troubles. It's visible across Derry city for the week of its installation before…

Corrody Road Country Park, Derry-Londonderry

Sat 21 Mar

£3 (Family £8) / 02871 264455

The Temple Burning Ceremony.

David Hanes and Fiona McCubbin: Zentools (fools gold is precious too)

Joint exhibition curated by and including texts from Sarah Watson.

Seventeen, Aberdeen

Fri 13 Mar

01224 644885

Director’s Talk

Talk by gallery director Ian Rosenfeld on the exhibition by Cesare Lucchini, From Battlefield to Paradise.

Rosenfeld Porcini, London W1T

Tue 10 Mar

Free / 020 7637 1133

ELEMNTS #1 Music & Visual Arts

A collaborative project aiming to promote the role of new media in art. Musicians Machines in Heaven, Modifier and Arms Watches Fingers share experimental space with visual artists. The evening includes an exhibition of Finnish photographer Annukka Havukumpu, a projection of James McCann's '99 Music Videos Project' and…

The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow

Fri 13 Mar

£8 in advance; £10 on the door / 0141 222 2254

Pre-book tickets via email only: elementsmusicpromotion@gmail.com

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Future City 2015

PixelPyros present a virtual pyrotechnics display projected onto a massive 60-foot wide screen.

MediaCityUK, Salford

Fri 13 Mar

Free

Sat 14 Mar

Free

Graham Fagen: Scotland + Venice

Graham Fagen, fresh from the Venice Biennale, talks about his new work.

Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh

Wed 20 May

Hawthornden Lecture Theatre

Free / 0131 624 6200

Hangjun Lee: Nebula Rising

Solo exhibition of South Korean filmmaker and curator Hangjun Lee.

Christine Park Gallery, London W1W

Thu 5 Mar

Free / 020 7930 9865

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Inequality Photography Exhibition

Photography exhibition for one evening only, on the theme of inequality.

The Mash House, Edinburgh

Fri 27 Mar

Free / 0131 220 2987

Ink & Drink

Music, talks and demonstrations by practising contemporary artists, as well as the opportunity to create your own artworks.

Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne

Thu 12 Mar

£10 / 0191 232 7734

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Introductory Course in Ceramics

James Rigler leads this six-week course in plaster and ceramics casting.

Glasgow Sculpture Studios

Wed 11 Mar

£100 / 0141 353 3708.

Wed 18 Mar

£100 / 0141 353 3708.

Wed 25 Mar

£100 / 0141 353 3708.

Keren Cytter

Israeli artist and writer Cytter makes short films and video works that resemble home videos or soap operas but which are intensely dramatic, such as 2007's Der Spiegel in which two young women in a stripped Berlin apartment force a middle-aged woman to confront the fading of her sexual attractiveness.

Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth

Mon 16 Mar

Jill Craigie Cinema

£6.60 / 01752 585050

MAKE Design Class

A mixed-ability design class, starting with hand-drawn sketches and moving eventually to 3D printers and digital embroidery machines.

Seventeen, Aberdeen

Wed 11 Mar

£55–£65 per block / 01224 611160

Please note: this course runs from 18 Feb–18 Mar 2015.

Wed 18 Mar

£55–£65 per block / 01224 611160

Please note: this course runs from 18 Feb–18 Mar 2015.

'Or is it the other way round?' The Passion, Collage 3

A performance by Kathryn Elkin and collaborating musicians Christopher Haddow, Vic Henderson, Eilidh Rodgers and Emer Tumilty, marking the final week of the Till the stars turn cold exhibition.

Glasgow Sculpture Studios

Wed 11 Mar

Free / 0141 353 3708

Perth Festival of the Arts

Music, comedy, theatre, dance and visual arts are all up for grabs at this festival. Highlights include English Touring Opera's new production of La Boheme, world-class choir The Sixteen and Artay the contemporary art marquee full of contemporary Scottish Art.

Perth Concert Hall

Thu 21 May

Prices vary / 01738 621031

Fri 22 May

Prices vary / 01738 621031

Sat 23 May

Prices vary / 01738 621031

…and 8 more dates until 31 May