Kirkcudbright Homecoming for Hornel’s Harvesting

An early work by Hornel is now hanging at the National Trust for Scotland’s Broughton House in Kirkcudbright, after the conservation charity acquired the...

AMAZING COSTUMES CREATED BY ALEX RIGG ON DISPLAY AT GRACEFIELD

Costumes for Performance by Alex Rigg Curated by Denise Zygadlo   Moniaive-based artist and performer Alex Rigg has made design for theatre and dance since 1984....

DEATH DEFYING ESCAPE TAKES PLACE IN DUMFRIES 21/5/14

A death-defying escape, never performed before in Scotland, will have Dumfries audiences gasping on Wednesday night. Magical entertainment, Hooverville-style, comes to the Brigend Theatre when...

‘LADY LIKE’ COMEDIAN SUSAN CALMAN COMES TO DALRY TOWN HALL THIS MARCH

SUSAN CALMAN - ‘Lady Like’ Tour Comes to Dumfries and Galloway Her first UK tour - Autumn 2014/Spring 2015 Award-winning comedian Susan Calman is embarking on...

THREE NEW EXHIBITIONS FOR SPRING AT GRACEFIELD ART CENTRE DUMFRIES

Just in time for Spring Fling open studios weekend, the Dumfries and Galloway Council run Gracefield Arts Centre is bringing three major new exhibitions...

THE BEAUTY OF WINTER COMES TO KIRKCUDBRIGHT

5th November – 31st December 2016   As we pile on the woolly scarves and gloves with the festive season approaching, The Whitehouse Gallery in Kirkcudbright...

100 YEARS SINCE DEATH OF DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY RAIDER

Happy Birthday Samuel Rutherford Crockett, the first of our DGWGO S.R.CROCKET monthly posts Galloway’s own S.R.Crockett’s 155th birthday falls on 24th September. In this,...

FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG PERSON TO LEARN A HERITAGE CRAFT AND HAVE THEIR WORK...

Modern Heritage Craft is looking for young people to learn a heritage craft and to produce at least one contemporary object. This will then...

DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY ARTIST RETURNS TO HER ROOTS FOR SPRING FLING 2015

  Artist Natalie McIlroy has returned to Dumfries and Galloway from her home in The Hague especially to take part in Spring Fling 2015. A total...

TAKE A LOOK BEHIND THE YELLOW DOOR !

WHEN Dumfries architect Luke Moloney first took on a run-down warehouse building in the town’s Queen Street, he was greeted by...