Our exhibitions and events
Refreshed monthly, our exhibitions showcase the work of many outstanding and award-winning artists in our varied gallery spaces. Exhibitions are open to the public Tuesday to Friday 10.30am to 5.00pm
Gordon Mitchell Paintings and Brenda Clouston Sculptures.
Music graduates, Alexandra Prentice, Joanna Stark and Max McWhirter, come together to perform music by Beethoven, Pärt, Grainger and Bloch. Come and support your local barman!
Talk on the remarkable artist David Roberts, RA. Speakers: Club Members David Purdie and Evie Jamieson.
Clay lives - an illustrated talk by Elaine Henderson. The talk covers a broad history of ceramics including contemporary practice and her own work.
The Club will be participating in this nationwide where buildings of interest, but which usually have restricted access to the public, are open for all to enjoy and learn about.
Talk by Dr James Lawson.
The Bauhaus had a short life (1919-33), but its influence on art and design has been immense and enduring. It represented the modern with energy and clarity. At the same time, the principles that it embodied and reconciled so satisfactorily had a very long pre-history.
October exhibition: Kirkland Main, Alison Kinnaird & John Hager.
Fyrish String Quartet comes to the Scottish Arts Club to perform Haydn’s quartet, Opus 76 No. 2, better known as the ‘fifths’ quartet, and Grieg’s quartet no. 1 in G Minor.
Classes, workshops and groups
Weekly sessions in the Studio include the Watercolour Group (Wednesday 10.30am), the Life Drawing Group (Thursday, 10.45am) and the Portrait Group (Friday, 2.30pm). The Opera Group (Thursday, 2.00pm) and the Film Club meet in the John Calder Reading Room.
The Portrait Group meets Fridays, 11.00am in the Studio. The Bridge Group plays on the second Tuesday every month, 7.00pm in the Club Room. The Drama Workshop gets together on the third Tuesday of every month in the Studio and the Writers’ Group meets in the same place at 7.00pm on the last Wednesday of each month.
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