Arts & Culture
Artist Mach salutes bard with 'Flying Haggis'
The work was commissioned by the University of Glasgow’s Centre for Robert Burns Studies
Celtic Connections gets ready to entertain Glasgow
Live shows will run alongside a programme of online performances
SWG3 begins work on urban art studio
The new space will be home to hundreds of artists, as well as youth and community organisations.
TV presenter serves up live-streamed auction at vegan cafe
The star of Bargain Hunt and Antiques Road Trip is hosting a live-streamed auction next week.
Celtic Connections to entertain live audiences again in 2022
Traditional folk, roots, Americana, jazz, soul and world music will be part of the mix.
Revealed: Van Dyck painting to go on display at Kelvingrove
Marchesa Lomellini is the first Van Dyck to enter the City’s collection.
Kelvingrove gallery among venues for CeilidhFest celebration
Kelvingrove art gallery is among the venues for the celebration of Glasgow's music and culture.
'Forgotten' photos of 70s Glasgow to go on show in Maryhill
'I always tried to show people in the context of their environment or buildings and situations which were unique to Glasgow.'
Hat-trick of honours for jazz saxophonist Matt Carmichael
He is the first student on the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland jazz course to win all three end-of-year awards.
Lost and found ... Bard in the Botanics struts welcome return
The new season has been titled Lost and Found and features new productions of two plays, Twelfth Night and The Winter’s Tale.
Skypark donates pop-up space to Glasgow International 2021
Skypark has donated one of its areas to visual arts festival Glasgow International.
Art starts up again at Hunterian gallery after year in lockdown
The exhibition is free but visitors need pre-booked timed tickets.
Online book club emerges from under the covers of lockdown
Bookface was the idea of West End-based broadcaster, campaigner and PR creative Heather Suttie.
Bringing home the horrors of the Bosnian War 26 years on
It tells the powerful stories of ordinary people who lived through the war and explores some of Scotland’s connections with the country during and after the conflict.
Glasgow Jazz Festival returns online with early-bird tickets
Glasgow Jazz Festival will return as a three-day digital festival in the summer with Scottish performers taking centre stage.
Stay-At-Home! Literary Festival returns after last year's hit
The line-up includes: Aminatta Forna, Helen Lederer, Anthony Anaxagorou, and Greg Buchanan.
Jazz school guitarist draws perfect circle with debut album
Tom Stephenson becomes the latest product of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s acclaimed jazz course to put his music out onto the market.
TV presenter sets out to change way art is bought and sold
Nastasha Raskin Sharp, who lives in the West End of Glasgow, hopes Exhibit Auctions will transform the way art is bought and sold at auction.
Bringing the dark ghosts of Glasgow's runaway slaves to life
Audiences are invited to download a bespoke app and immerse themselves in Ghosts.
Glasgow Open House Arts Festival returns later this year
Artists and creative people in the city are being invited to get involved.
The Glasgow artist turning his hand to a spot of house work
Damian Henry has taken several commissions for sketches of West End homes and properties.