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West End Festival

Taking over the West End of Glasgow, the festival treats the ears to a great musical line-up, tantalises all the senses with a carnival, and delves into the creative depths of local studios and exhibitions with the Hidden Lane open days.

Various venues: Glasgow

Mon 17 Jun

Times & prices vary / 0141 341 0844

Oor Wullie's Big Bucket Trail

Track down the 200 designed Oor Wullie statues and 350 mini sculptures scattered around Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Dundee, Inverness and beyond, before they're reunited for a two-day exhibition and then auctioned off for charity.

Various venues: Scotland

Mon 17 Jun

Free

  • 09:00

Ambit: Photographies from Scotland

A partnership between Glasgow's Street Level and Edinburgh's Stills, this show showcases works by emerging Scottish photographers.

Stills, Edinburgh

Mon 17 Jun

Free / 0131 622 6200

  • 11:00 – 18:00

Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow

Mon 17 Jun

Times to be confirmed / Free / 0141 552 2151

Thinking About the Future of Iran in Drumchapel

Thinking About the Future of Iran in Drumchapel is an exhibition of photos taken on a walk guided by Iranian musician Mohammad Mohammadi Champiri in response to the question of what he would take into the future. The question was posed as part of a round-table discussion with artist Anahita Razmi and curator at Glasgow…

Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Mon 17 Jun

Free / 0141 334 2422

Part of Refugee Festival Scotland.

  • 10:00 – 17:00

GSA Degree Show

Graduates of the GSA fine art, architecture and design programs display their work.

Glasgow School of Art

Mon 17 Jun

Free / 0141 353 4500

  • 10:30 – 17:00

Orla Kiely: A Life in Pattern

Exhibition of the works of designer Orla Kiely, whose flat style and colourful palette have become very popular.

Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh

Mon 17 Jun

£9 / 0131 550 3660

  • 10:30 – 17:30

Bridget Riley

A major overview of the work of one of Britain's most distinguished artists, Bridget Riley, pioneer of Op Art.

Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh

Mon 17 Jun

£15 / 0131 624 6560

Digswell Arts Trust Open Studios

An open day in which you can visit the studios of nearly 30 local artists in the Letchworth and Welwyn area.

The Fenners Building, Letchworth Garden City

Sun 16 Jun

Prices to be confirmed

NOW: Anya Gallaccio, Charles Avery, Peles Empire, Aurélien Froment, Roger Hiorns, Zineb Sedira

  • 4 stars

The latest in the three-year series of contemporary art exhibitions is a major survey of the work of Paisley-born artist Anya Gallaccio.

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art One, Edinburgh

Mon 17 Jun

Free / 0131 624 6200

Romilly Saumarez Smith - Exhibition

Shortlisted for the Women’s Hour Craft Prize in 2017, Romilly Saumarez Smith is a jewellery designer who specialises in transformation. Saumarez Smith uses antiques and lost treasures to create her extraordinarily detailed, sumptuous works. Her works will be shown alongside her selection of miniature portraits from The…

The Harley Gallery, Worksop

Mon 17 Jun

The Harley Gallery

Free / 01909 501700

Abstract Art and Britain between the Wars

From the early years of the twentieth century artists wondered if they could create paintings that, like music, could be composed without referring to a subject, relying instead upon patterns of colour, line and form. This approach, often called Constructivist, was particularly popular in Revolutionary Russia, and was…

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art One, Edinburgh

Mon 17 Jun

Prices to be confirmed / 0131 624 6200

The Aerodrome: An Exhibition Dedicated to the Memory of Michael Stanley

Exhibition dedicated to the art curator, director and artist Michael Stanley who tragically lost his life in 2012. It is based on the Rex Warner novel The Aerodrome and is co-curated by David Austen and George Shaw.

Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Mon 17 Jun

Free / 0121 248 0708

  • 11:00

Architecture Fringe

Architecture Fringe is an open platform for the arts in which people can explore architecture and discover what it means to them. Projects may take the form of exhibitions, performances, discussions, screenings, installations, writing, lectures, walks, music or temporary structures. The 2019 Architecture Fringe revolves…

Various venues: Scotland

Mon 17 Jun

Times & prices vary

Busy Bees

Most Tuesdays and Wednesday in term time Lively sessions for Under 5s and their parents/carers. Storytellers change every week, with creative play, enchanting stories from around the world, songs, outdoor play and a whole lot of Horniman fun, created with very young children and their carers in mind. Outdoor play…

Horniman Museum And Gardens, London SE23

Mon 17 Jun

Times vary / Free but ticketed / 020 8699 1872

Cupar Arts Festival

Festival with a focus on contemporary visual arts that takes place in the rural market town of Cupar. Artworks by established professional visual artists from across the UK and overseas form a curated art trail around the town. The programme of public artworks, performance art and exhibitions also includes music and…

Various Venues, Cupar

Mon 17 Jun

Times & prices vary

Jill Leighton Reawakening

An exhibition of 40 hand-drawn illustrations inspired by the nature and music.

Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock

Mon 17 Jun

01475 723723

  • 09:00 – 19:00

Airdrie Consortium

Exhibition that sheds light on the work of the Airdrie Consortium, which works to support local people in getting involved in their community.

Airdrie Health Centre

Mon 17 Jun

Beyond The Road

Independent project from Punchdrunk creatives Colin Nightingale and Stephen Dobbie. It brings together the visual arts to create a multi-sensory journey made by sound.

Saatchi Gallery, London SW3

Mon 17 Jun

£20 / 020 7811 3070

  • 10:00 – 18:00

Brick City

Brick City is a celebration of iconic buildings from cities around the world, carefully recreated in LEGO® bricks by artist Warren Elsmore and his team. Included in the admission price. No booking required. Historicenvironment.scot/events.

Stanley Mills, Perth

Mon 17 Jun

Included in admission

  • 09:30 – 17:30

The Albany Gallery, Cardiff

Mon 17 Jun

Free / 029 2048 7158

  • 10:00 – 17:00

An Earthly Paradise: William Morris & The Thames

This new exhibition illustrates the rich and little-known story of William Morris’ deep connections to the Thames. The exhibition brings together a unique selection of works, with loans from the V&A, The William Morris Gallery, British Library, and many more. Highlights include Morris’ Thames series of textiles…

The River And Rowing Museum, Henley-on-Thames

Mon 17 Jun

Times vary / Free / 01491 415 600

Enlightened

Solo exhibition by respected artist Brenda Hartill RE, in celebration of the opening of the New Beauport House Gallery.

Bannatyne Spa Hotel - Hastings

Mon 17 Jun

Beauport House

Free

  • 11:00 – 18:00

Impressionism and Post-Impressionism

In April 1874 a group of young artists defied the official Paris Salon by setting up their own independent exhibition. Including works by Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissaro, Edgar Degas and Berthe Morisot, it became known as the first Impressionist exhibition, after the initial use of the term in an…

Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh

Mon 17 Jun

Prices to be confirmed / 0131 624 6560

It's (Not) Only Rock'n'Roll …

Exhibition of music photography by Mark Allan, whose subjects include Freddie Mercury, U2 and more.

Barbican Centre, London EC2Y

Mon 17 Jun

Library

Prices to be confirmed / 020 7638 8891

James Capper: Mudskipper

British artist James Capper unveils his newest work, a large scale mobile sculpture.

Royal Docks, London E16

Mon 17 Jun

Times to be confirmed / Free / 02075010688