• Summer programme opening, 13 July 2019
  • David Osbaldeston, from UNTITLED (Generalised laughter series), 2019, digital prints. Image courtesy of the artist (detail)
  • David Osbaldeston, from UNTITLED (Generalised laughter series), 2019, digital prints. Image courtesy of the artist (detail)
  • David Osbaldeston, Double Act, 13 July – 14 September 2019, installation shot. Image: Thomas Goldsworthy
  • David Osbaldeston, Somewhere Between My Finger and Thumb, 2019, gouache and graphite on found paper. Image courtesy of the artist (detail)
  • Charlie Hammond, Farm Weeds, 13 July – 14 September 2019, installation shot. Image Mike Bolam
  • Charlie Hammond, Farm Weeds, 13 July – 14 September 2019, exhibition shot. Image Thomas Goldsworthy
  • Charlie Hammond, Some Folded Issues, 2019, acrylic and gesso on paper. Image courtesy of the artist (detail)
  • Sara Lockwood, Margaret Morris Movement sessions for children. Photo: Peter Roberts
  • Florian Kaplick en route to the Hutchinson Camp location, Isle of Man
  • Karel Zeman, still from Invention for Destruction (1958, CZ, 79mins, English subtitles). Image courtesy of Second Run Films
  • Monoprinting workshop with Charlie Hammond, 15 August 2019
  • Shireen Seno, still from Nervous Translation (2018, Philippines, 91mins, English subtitles). Image courtesy of day for night films

Located in rural south west Scotland, CAMPLE LINE is an independent arts organisation dedicated to presenting contemporary art and film of international scope for residents of the region and visitors from further afield

Our summer programme has now finished!
We re-open on Saturday 12 October
Thurs-Sat, 11am-5pm
Or by appointment 

Our autumn programme begins on  Sat 12 October and runs until Sat 14 December

Check out the first details of our autumn presentations here

Watch out for details of our wider autumn programme throughout September

Screening at CAMPLE LINE as part of Scotland and the Arctic: A Conversation, Swedish director Amanda Kernell’s 2016 film Sameblod tells the story of 14-year-old Elle Marja, a reindeer-breeding Sámi girl who starts dreaming of another life that entails breaking all ties with her family and culture.

(2016, 1hr 50mins, Swedish and Sami, English subtitles)
Sunday 13 October 6pm details here

From narrow provinces brings together work by five artists whose respective practices take distinct approaches to materials, colour, shapes and structure, and operate in compelling junctures between painting and textiles, sculpture and architecture. Includes works by Ruth Laskey, Aleana Egan, Rana Begum, Claire Barclay and Alison Turnbull.

This autumn we are delighted to be screening a season of recent films by Rosalind Nashashibi, beginning with a new two-part film work by Nashashibi, commissioned by Edinburgh Art Festival and presented at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in summer 2019. Full details to follow!

We are a Scottish charitable incorporated organisation
Our charity number is SC047031

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