18 January – 23 February
Buoys and Grilles 2020 – 16th Annual Creative Residency Exhibition
The exhibition is a showcase of work highlighting the talents of North Lanarkshire pupils who attended this year’s annual Creative Residency.
Participants spend a week in June at Kilbowie Outdoor Centre in Oban where they are mentored by some of Scotland’s top art practitioners. Disciplines include Drawing and Painting, Music, Printmaking, 3-D Design, Digital Photography, Creative Writing and Drama. The work produced at the Residency can be seen in this exhibition.
Drop-in arts and crafts every weekend from 12pm – 3pm
Primary school workshops available for First and Second level including Portraits in Art & Colour and Shape.
24 March – 14 June
Landscapes of Water
An exhibition of work by artist, Lesley Banks which beautifully captures the magnificent coastal and inland waterways of Scotland.
In contrast to the calm surface water of canals these vast coastal vistas offered Lesley a very different challenge. Dramatic rocky jagged outcrops stretch out to the sea at Castle Lachlan in Argyll. The rhythmic sound of the waves a constant background hum to the seagull screams.
Family activities during school holidays. STEM workshops for schools including ‘How the Vulcan Floats’, ‘Wildlife in the Park’ and ‘Heavy Metal – Iron Burgh Innovations’
Saturday 18 April
Scottish Maritime Heritage Exhibition
See displays of model ships, photographs and historic video footage with DVDs, books, postcards and photos for sale.
Plus Aaron Hawthorne playing the Mighty Compton Cinema Organ!
Clyde River Steamer Club
Coastal Cruising Association
Fairfield Heritage Trust
Forth and Clyde Canal Society
Friends of the Glenlee
Friends of TS Queen Mary
Friends of Wemyss Bay Station
Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust
Hearts of Oak Models
John McNulty Models
Kirkcaldy (Lang Toun) Model Boat Club
Knightswood Model Boat Club
Loch Lomond Steamship Company
Paddle Steamer Preservation Society (incl Waverley)
Rosyth Model Boat Club
Scottish Maritime Museum
SS Explorer Preservation Society
The Model Steamer Club of Glasgow
The Skylark IX Recovery Trust
West Highland Steamer Club
4 July – 18 October
Glitz and Glamour: The Golden Age of Cinema in Scotland
From stars of the silver screen to uniformed doormen and usherettes selling ice-cream, going to the pictures infused a taste of Hollywood into Scottish lives during the twentieth century.
This colourful exhibition showcases artefacts from Scotland’s largest cinema collection, from picture house furnishings and vintage vending trays to ushers’ uniforms, film posters and movie magazines. Vibrant visuals, archival film footage and audio clips from former picture-goers make this a treat for the senses, so take a trip down memory lane and immerse yourself in the glamour of cinema’s golden age!
Includes children’s activities and free daily matinee screenings at 2pm. Cinema Memories loan box available, plus extra activities at weekends and during school holidays. Call 01236 638352 for details.