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.
Under the auspices of Deveron Arts, Aidan O’Rourke travelled around north-east Scotland visiting abandoned places earlier this year and he has now written and recorded a suite of tunes inspired by these places. Cheryl Livingstone finds out more
This month sees a stunning collection of artwork go on display for the first time at Eden Court, Inverness.
Some of Aberdeen’s finest antiques are making their way to Scone Palace this weekend, where they will be featured at one of Scotland’s most prestigious antiques events.
Deborah Clarke, senior curator at Royal Collection Trust, reveals the stories behind some of Victoria and Albert’s favourite paintings and their Aberdeen connections
Former MP Ann Widdecombe leads the merry dance of top writers, musicians and artists making their way north for the 12th annual Nairn Book and Arts Festival, writes Susan Welsh
An Ealdhain Arts Trust and the Lime Tree Gallery in Fort William are exhibiting works from the Royal Scottish Academy (RSA).