Stirling Happenings: July 2015

Emily Goetsch July 1, 2015

Art and Culture Bard in the Botanics: Love's Labour's Lost: 5 July, macrobert, 7pm Shakespearean comedy in an outdoor setting.Edwina Bracken: New Thinking: Through 9 July, &CollectiveWork by artist interested in the process and phenomenon of painting… More

St Andrews Happenings: July 2015

Emily Goetsch July 1, 2015

Art and Culture Classical Art: The Legacy of the Ancients: Throughout July, McManus: Dundee's Art Gallery and Museum Contemporary and classical art celebrating the enduring legacy of the classical era. Golden Fibre: Beginning 25 July, Discovery Point An… More

Edinburgh Happenings: July 2015

Emily Goetsch July 1, 2015

Art and Culture MC Escher: Throughout July, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art II The Dutch artist MC Escher produced some of the most fascinating and eye-twisting images in 20th century art, informed by his profound intuitive understanding of… More

Aberdeen Happenings: July 2015

Emily Goetsch July 1, 2015

Art and Culture Catherine Ross: Snowblind Eyes: Through 21 July, Newave Gallery Paintings and models by Canada-born, Aberdeenshire-raised artist, concerning the idea of North. Sir Ranulph Fiennes: A Life at the Limits: 6 July, Music Hall, 7:30pm Sir… More

New Reekie in the Botanics

Emily Goetsch June 25, 2015

We would like to think this is the first ever 'smog' post--that is, a smelly blog post. Any day now, the world's stinkiest plant will blossom at Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Gardens. After twelve years of careful nurturing, the giant amorphophallus titanum… More

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