For our May ONE WORK event, Cal Mac will discuss his recent work ‘Agony to Ecstasy’ (2020).
For the next online screening in the ONE WORK series we present Cal Mac’s film ‘Agony to Ecstasy’ (2020), which is available to view for the month of May.
LUX Scotland and Ajabu Ajabu Audio Visual House, Tanzania, are delighted to present the first of three online screenings and conversations in a new moving image exchange titled ‘Hadithi Hadithi: Place is mostly open space’ which will unfold over May and June.
We are excited to present an online queer audio description workshop with Quiplash – up to ten free places are available for artists and creative practitioners working with moving image based in Scotland, apply by Monday 16 May.
We are delighted to announce that Abigail Webster has joined the LUX Scotland team as Programme Producer (Scotland + Venice).
LUX Scotland and Tramway’s annual Artists’ Moving Image Festival (AMIF) provides a platform for the discussion and presentation of artists’ moving image.
The Margaret Tait Award is Scotland's most prestigious moving image prize for artists, inspired by the pioneering Orcadian filmmaker and poet Margaret Tait (1918–99).
The Margaret Tait Residency provides an opportunity for artists working with film and moving image to develop their practice, in partnership with the Pier Arts Centre, Orkney.
Now & Next was a talent development scheme in partnership with Creative Scotland and BBC Scotland that ran from 2019 to 2022.