A Moray photographer is hoping to shine a light on a devastating illness through her images, which have been chosen for a new exhibition.
Four artists have won the chance to have their ideas turned into real works of art to be showcased during an innovative festival in Aberdeen, thanks to a new funding initiative.
A Black Isle-based artist is hosting a workshop to teach local residents how to recreate ancient manuscripts using the techniques and materials of Celtic monks.
Acclaimed artists from across Europe have confirmed they will be attending the Nuart Festival in Aberdeen.
An annual lights spectacular was launched yesterday with a sneak preview of one of its star attractions.
A north-east business organisation is encouraging local artists and volunteers to take part in a globally-acclaimed event.
Two staff members at Robert Gordon University's Gray's School of Art have contributed to an exhibition of contemporary art at Edinburgh's Summerhall.
A four-year-old boy has become one of the youngest photographers in the world to have their work on show in an art gallery.
Pencil in hand, Judith Stephens furrows her brow in concentration, oblivious to the people milling around her.
A group of talented north-east artists has been commissioned to showcase their work at this year's festival of light.
North-east photographers are being given the chance to show off their work as part of a project to promote art and culture in Peterhead.
An award-winning artist is hosting his first exhibition in his home city for more than 10 years.
We’ve had dolphins, Oor Wullie statues… and now stormtrooper helmets are being given a new look in London
Aberdeen had dolphins, Dundee has Oor Wullie statues and now London has various stormtrooper helmets. The pieces were embellished by a range of artists including Sir Anish Kapoor, at the Artwars Rogue 1 exhibition at Le Dame Gallery in Melia White House in London.
An exhibition of work by communications students at Gray's School of Art will open at the Academy shopping centre on Belmont Street, Aberdeen today.
Don’t miss the National Trust for Scotland’s ‘Northern Lights’ exhibition at Drum Castle.
Never before seen photographs of David Bowie have gone public display for the first time as part of an exclusive exhibition.
What we wouldn’t consider controversial now was thought of as such in 1926.
“I’m reminded of that summer of 1967 when I went to sea with Jim Manson.
The natural Moray landscape will become the setting for a six-day art festival that will stretch to unexpected locations.
For an emerging artist or designer, the degree show is a seminal moment in their career.
Traditions of the whisky industry in Moray are the focus of a series of etchings by an Aberdeen artist.
An innovative art project is aiming to breathe new life and colour into a 300-year-old Moray landmark.
A Bridge of Don artist is taking part in an online exhibition with a difference.
One of Scotland's most prolific and popular artists, John Lowrie Morrison, who is better known as Jolomo, is embarking on an art project with a playful twist.
Initiated by author Alexander McCall Smith, artist Andrew Crummy and historian Alistair Moffat, The Great Tapestry of Scotland is one of the biggest community art projects ever undertaken and the largest embroidered tapestry in the world.
A photographer on a mission to capture images of more than 200 stone circles across the British Isles is set to return to the north-east.
Scotland’s best-loved family, The Broons, and the nation’s favourite son, Oor Wullie, have reached the ripe old age of 80, and their popularity shows no sign of slowing down.
Scotland’s biggest urban light festival kicks off in Aberdeen tonight. Your Weekend finds out what’s on offer
Hannah Rudd, from the Rambert dance company, tells Laura Redpath about her love of dance
Thanks to the blockbuster movie Macbeth, starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard, Shakespeare is certainly enjoying popularity in the mainstream and creating a lot of interest in the stunning landscape where the movie was filmed and where the real Macbeth lived out his tumultuous life. And while the film received rave reviews, the Scottish countryside also plays a starring role.
Local artists have been given the opportunity to showcase their work in the centre of Aberdeenshire's newest town.
Two painting students from Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen have had their work selected for a national exhibition.