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Museums Galleries Scotland has officially launched as the national development body for Scottish museums and galleries, unveiling its first national plan for the sector.
Edinburgh Art Festival celebrates its tenth year with ten pop up public art commissions across the city on the theme of Parley (dialogue).
Across blurry abstractions of Aberdeen's lights, the painter who won first prize in the city's Artists Annual Exhibition presents new works, a photo etching and a film.
Glasgow's museum of transport and travel has beaten 40 rivals from across Europe to a prestigious international prize.
A Scottish nationwide exhibition of contemporary art, GENERATION, will coincide with the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in summer 2014.
The 20th anniversary of the film Jurassic Park has inspired the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh to put together the country's largest ever exhibition of amber.
The winners of the 2013 Museums and Heritage Excellence Awards were announced last night, May 15, in London at a gala dinner hosted by comedian Sue Perkins.
A touring collection of 100 sculptures by Randy Klein visits St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, creating a large-scale piece about spirituality in modern times.
From the Thames and Kew Gardens to Greenland and journeys through the Earth, May is an inspiring month in Science and Nature. Here are a few exhibitions we've spotted.
A new exhibition on the Jacobite campaign of 1745 has opened at the National Trust for Scotland's Glenfinnan Monument in Lochaber.
An environmental festival will launch this year as part of a £400,000 partnership between Creative Scotland and Dumfries and Galloway Council.
Twenty-four museums and galleries across Scotland will share £500,000 of funding from the Scottish government for improvement works.
The National Trust for Scotland and Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre are offering two artists the chance to live on the remote archipelago of St Kilda this summer.
Edinburgh's Palace of Holyroodhouse showcases artefacts and photos from the Prince of Wales' unusual four-month tour of the Middle East in 1962.
From Hepworth to Pembrokeshir, here's what the ten museum vying for the £100,000 prize have to say for themselves this year.