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Game On

National Museum of Scotland

Step into the largest interactive exhibition of the history and culture of video games. Game On invites visitors to delve into gaming's rich tapestry by immersing themselves in playing many of the key games produced over the last 50 years. Exploring the creative and technological advancements that have transformed gaming into a new medium and art form.

Showing from 29th June until 3rd November 2024


Adam Bruce Thomson: The Quiet Path

City Art Centre

Highlighting Thomson's journey from his student days to his masterful Scottish landscapes. The exhibition will explore his evolution as an artist, as well as his significant influence as a mentor and friend within the artistic community. With notable pieces borrowed from both public and private collections, this marks the inaugural comprehensive retrospective of Thomson's work in a public gallery.

Showing from 11th May until 6th October 2024


National Treasures | Vermeer in Edinburgh

National Gallery

As part of the celebrations of the bicentenary of the National Gallery in London the National Gallery will display the Johannes Vermeer painting: A Young Woman Standing at a Virginal. In celebration of this milestone, twelve of the United Kingdom's most cherished and renowned artworks from the gallery's esteemed collection will journey to twelve different venues across the UK, spreading the joy of art far and wide.

Showing from 10th May until 8th September 2024

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The Great Tapestry of Scotland


Only a train ride away, discover the story of Scotland through the great tapestry. Showcasing events and historical figures along with everyday stories of the Scottish people.