Our first Show Studio residents will be setting up an office in the review space to research and develop proposals for Quay Gardens on the Clyde.
Swiss Positions charts a new generation of Swiss architects who are coming into their own.
Black Arches is textile designer, Mhari McMullan. She will exhibit a series of experimental room-divider screens that showcase different techniques giving an overview of her creative practise.
The Shaping Places exhibition supports the launch of David Adams and Steve Tiesdell’s final collaborative publication.
Churches in the Modern World: Roman Catholic Church Architecture in Britain, 1955-75.
The Graduate Degree Show is a brand new event in The Glasgow School of Art’s prestigious events calendar.
We are delighted to be hosting the Scottish Furniture Maker’s annual exhibition.
The Story of Scotland’s Places Told Through Aerial Imagery.
Designing for the Future presents exciting new work by graduates from Scotland’s four renowned schools of art.
Architecture and Design Scotland's latest exhibition seeks your Input + Ideas on Scotland's policy on architecture and place.
Briggs & Cole is a new product design/art partnership formed in 2011 and specialising in limited edition furniture.
An exhibition of contemporary jewellery and silversmithing, bringing together 9 Artists in Residence from across Scotland.
Churches in the Modern World: Roman Catholic Church Architecture in Britain, 1955-75
The Invisible College: Kilmakew/St Peter's, an Architecture and Design Scotland exhibition.
A new commission by The Lighthouse, for Pollok House
Exhibition will continue at The Lighthouse in 2013
Luminate: Scotland’s creative ageing festival, and Bird Yarns (part of Cape Farewell's Sea Change Project) bring together knitters from Mull and across the UK.
When the Wind is High
Architecture and Design Scotland
This joint project between textile designer Mhari McMullan and visual artist Urara Tsuchiya.
Gabriella Marcella and Michaela Pointon will be transform the Review Gallery into a wonderland of festive curiosities.