What's On

Twelve Palestinian women living in Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine, draw upon the ancient and enduring art of Palestinian embroidery to share stories about their identities, tales of resistance and memories of their homeland. Includes a post-screening talk about Palestinian embroidery by Rachel Dedman.

We are delighted to present RAWLESS, a new installation made for and in response to our upstairs space by Glasgow-based Claire Barclay. Bringing together materials including wool fabrics, wool crewel yarn, combed wool fleece, lanolin, welded and forged steel and gorse.

This summer, Turkish artist Aslı Çavuşoğlu will install her work Pink as a Cabbage/ Green as an Onion/ Blue as an Orange, 2020, in our downstairs space. This presentation will include 10 fabrics made by Asli in collaboration with agricultural cooperatives across Turkey.

A project by Alice Myers and the Jessiefield Con Artists Collective, a group of artists imprisoned at HMP Dumfries, will be installed on the exterior walls of our building throughout the summer.  

Selected and described by Dr Jane McArthur, a writer and arts producer living in Dumfries and Galloway 


Written by Alycia Pirmohamed in response to Jumana Emil Abboud’s autumn exhibition The Unbearable Halfness of Being.


Past events

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