The Dr Gavin Wallace Fellowship

Tributes have been paid to one of Creative Scotland's most respected and senior officers, Dr Gavin Wallace, who died at the age of 54....

A-listed status for world-famous Burrell Collection

The Burrell Collection in Glasgow, one of the finest examples of 1970s architecture, has been awarded A-listed status by Historic Scotland. The building in...

Campaign to save the Byre Theatre

The news has comes as a shock to Scotland’s arts lovers. The Byre Theatre in St Andrews has been forced to close after running...

Arts & Business Scotland announces new Chief Executive

Public Information Feature Arts & Business Scotland has appointed David Watt, currently Director of Glasgow Sculpture Studios as Chief Executive to succeed Barclay Price, who...

Andrew Dixon Resigns as Chief Executive of Creative Scotland

This has been the Year of Creative Scotland. However, it’s been a year of trouble for the arts communities in Scotland. It has been...

Arts & Business Scotland’s Chief Executive to retire

Arts & Business Scotland has announced that Chief Executive, Barclay Price will retire at the end of March 2013. Barclay joined Arts & Business Scotland...
A dirty football in the grass. Picture: Denis Dervisevic

Forest Pitch: Football and the art of Scottish identity

 Artist Craig Coulthard at the Forest Pitch site  By Craig Coulthard My passion for football was honed on a pitch deep within the German forest near...

Review: 4 a.m. by Nina de la Mer

By Alex Wood Nina de la Mer was born in East Kilbride. She studied modern languages at the University of Sussex in Brighton, where she...

Gerald Laing, pioneer of Pop Art, 1936–2011

By Bill Heaney The artist Gerald Laing has died at his home, Kinkell Castle on the Black Isle, aged 75. Laing was best known for his...

Review: The Wound and the Gift, by Ron Ferguson

By Alex Wood With The Wound and the Gift, Ron Ferguson – journalist, church minister, writer – has produced a stunning, insightful and unorthodox biography...