They say that to love what you do, you must simply do what you love.
Yes you read that right - a lobster telephone is to go on display at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art this week.
A unique tapestry created by north-east women’s institute members in the 1940s has been discovered nearly a decade after it went missing.
A near life-size tank made of cardboard went on display at an Aberdeen university yesterday to celebrate the quick and creative thinking often needed in times of conflict.
A writer, poet and playwright who was well-regarded as a champion of the Scots language has died at the age of 70.
An Aberdeen student has been given a prestigious and historic award for her unique textile work inspired by the germs found on public transport.
North-east architecture students are jetting off to Japan for the final of an international competition to design the future of office space.
A Moray artist has unveiled a new exhibition documenting the lives of some of the first teenagers of the new millennium.
A new project, combining art with mountain ranges, will visit some of the north and north-east’s most famous coastal locations next summer.
Oor Wullie is aff on a braw adventure across Scotland to show he’s a’body’s Wullie.
The flagship masterpiece in Aberdeen’s street art portfolio will be demolished if plans to redevelop a disused city centre department store are approved.
The global spotlight has shone on Dundee recently, with the opening of the much-heralded V&A Museum in the city.
The organiser of Aberdeen’s eighth annual Art Fair has hailed the event as a “great success”.
Sick children in the north-east will be given a boost from the eighth annual Aberdeen Art Fair.
The 8th Aberdeen Art Fair takes place from the 7th to the 9th September this year, once again taking place at the city's iconic Beach Ballroom, look out for the AAF 2 for 1 offer on www.facebook.com/abdnartfair/
A respected Scottish artist has created a series of paintings which will be showcased at the annual art Aberdeen Art Fair next month.
A graduate from Moray School of Art has been appointed as the new artist-in-residence at the region’s only dedicated cultural venue.
Residents of Westhill have been given the first glimpse of a new centrepiece for the town.
An Aberdeen artist was “really chuffed” to be given the chance to design awards for the first minister.
A north-east castle has welcomed back an 18th Century painting, which will once again adorn its walls.
A mum-of-nine who travelled the globe to untangle her family tree has opened an art exhibition detailing her adventures.
The fourth annual Look Again festival was kicked off yesterday with a collaboration between a renowned London artist and a dozen city schoolchildren.
This week, the streets of Aberdeen turn into a giant art exhibition, full of visual and interactive exhibits for the public to explore. The Look Again festival of visual art and design returns for another year with a full programme.
Young monarch George III made a brilliant decision when, in 1762, he decided to buy almost the entire collection of works by Joseph Smith, the greatest patron of art in Venice at the time.
In 2015, critically-acclaimed Ohio-based jazz drummer Dr Mark Lomax was searching online for a review of his latest CD when he stumbled across the work of Highland artist Mark Lomax, a lecturer at UHI in Inverness.
A Moray artist has unveiled a series of paintings inspired by dementia sufferers’ battles to cope with the effects of the illness.
Moray’s only dedicated venue for exhibiting art could be closed unless a £60,000 black hole in its finances can be filled.
One of Scotland’s greatest artists was yesterday commemorated with a plaque near her beloved coastal home.
He’s a photographer who has worked with some of the world’s biggest companies.
An Aberdeen mum is preparing to stage her first solo art exhibition after rekindling her creative passions following a 20-year break.
The new head of Moray Art Centre wants artists from the region and beyond to “push the boundaries” as part of a forthcoming exhibition.
An exhibition telling the tale of Scottish pop music over the past 50 years will strike a chord next summer.