We’re happy to announce that LUX Scotland have signed the Green Arts Charter, a collaborative charter designed for and by cultural organisations within the Green Arts Initiative.
LUX Scotland will be closed from Thursday 21 December 2023 for our winter break.
We are delighted to announce Morgan Dunbar has joined the LUX Scotland team as our Project Assistant for the Aberdeen Programme.
LUX are currently hosting an online screening of Rosalind Nashashibi’s ‘Electrical Gaza’ (2015).
We are delighted to announce a new online commission by Phoebe Banks as part of the Aberdeen Programme.
Artist Cal Mac, recipient of the Margaret Tait Residency 2023, will travel to Orkney this week for the first part of his six-week residency at the Pier Arts Centre’s newly renovated facilities Linkshouse – Orkney Arts Residency.
Funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Collective, DCA and LUX Scotland wish to recruit a Freelance Evaluator to work closely with our Project Manager.
We are happy to announce a new programme of support for artists in Aberdeen that will begin in Autumn this year and continue until Spring 2024.
We are looking for a creative, committed individual who is passionate about the work of LUX Scotland and our commitment to support, develop and promote artists’ moving image across Scotland.
We are happy to announce that following on from ‘โลก(ไร้ )รู ป (Im)material worlds’ last year, reflections on learnings from the programme have been published in MIRAJ: Moving Image Review & Art Journal.
We are excited to release our fifth set of bursaries for researchers (including artists, curators and programmers) who work with the moving image and are based in Scotland.
LUX Scotland will be closed from Monday 26 June for a summer break for one week.
If you contributed to the LUX Scotland programme between 1 April 2022 – 31 March 2023, we welcome your feedback and would be grateful if you could complete our short survey.
We are delighted to announce artist Isabel Barfod as the fourteenth recipient of the Margaret Tait Commission, an opportunity that recognises experimental and innovative artists working with the moving image delivered in partnership with Glasgow Film.
We are delighted to announce Cal Mac as the 2023 recipient of the Margaret Tait Residency, an opportunity for artists working with film and moving image to develop their practice, in partnership with the Pier Arts Centre, Orkney.
LUX Scotland is delighted to announce that the shortlist for the 2023 Margaret Tait Commission comprises Isabel Barfod, Renèe Helèna Browne, Rhona Mühlebach, and George Finlay Ramsay.
We are pleased to announce that Sulaïman Majali’s new commission ‘in the house of names’ will premiere at Glasgow Film Festival in March 2023.
We are excited to release our fourth set of bursaries for researchers (including artists, curators and programmers) who work with the moving image and are based in Scotland.