Find out how Glasgow has become a creative furnace forging seven Turner Prize winners, world-leading artists, musicians and writers.
Glasgow Arts Tour
Since being catapulted into the cultural limelight as European City of Culture in 1990, Glasgow's arts scene has gone from strength to strength. With the world renowned Glasgow School of Art and seven Turner Prize winners to its name, the city is a true epicentre of contemporary visual and performing arts, and a leader in design and architecture.
The acclaimed Glasgow-based filmmaker has been documenting the city's changing skyline over eight years through photography and film.
Allan Hunter, film critic and co-director for the Glasgow Film Festival, looks back at Glasgow’s rich cinematic history.
Marvin Gaye Chetwynd is a British artist who creates participatory performances, installations and sculptures. Read an interview with her about her recent exhibition at CCA, Glasgow.
We revisit NTS's anniversary show Home Away which asked theatre makers from five different continents to consider the notion of home at a time of geopolitical, social and cultural change.
Glasgow-based NVA's mission is to reconnect people to their built and natural heritage through powerful public art projects that incorporate light and sound.
Cryptic is a Glasgow based art house, producing large scale “visual sonic” art works and performances. In this interview, we asked the team at Cryptic to tell us more about their work.
As a disabled performance artist, Glasgow-based Claire Cunnigham's work explores the potential of her own specific physicality.