LUX Scotland will be closed from Monday 20 December 2021 for our winter break, but we’ll be back in the new year with a public programme and more professional development opportunities from Wednesday 5 January 2022.
LUX Scotland is delighted to announce that nominations are now open for the Margaret Tait Award 2022.
LUX Scotland is delighted to announce that applications are now open for the Margaret Tait Residency.
For the next online event in the ONE ARTIST | ONE WORK series, Renèe Helèna Browne will discuss their long-term multi-platform project Rebuilding Urania (2021 – ongoing).
Project Manager (Aberdeen Programme) 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.
LUX Scotland will be closed from Monday 16 August for a summer break for two weeks.
David Dale Gallery and LUX Scotland are excited to present a series of three monthly online screenings in collaboration with Natasha Ruwona, Siri Black and Saoirse Amira Anis, three Scotland-based artists working with moving image.
LUX and LUX Scotland present a mail art project by Jamie Crewe, which comprises drawing, script, a scent created by the artist and their collaborators Charlotte Percival, John Turrell, and Tom Turrell, and a new text by Travis Alabanza.
We are delighted to announce our participation in the forthcoming publication On & For Production and Distribution (2018 – 2021).
We are delighted to announce that Hang Linton, Renèe Helèna Browne, Mathew Wayne Parkin, and Camara Taylor have been selected for this year’s Experimental Film and Moving Image Residency at Cove Park.
We are excited announced artist Andrew Black as the twelfth recipient of the £15,000 Margaret Tait Award, Scotland’s most prestigious moving image prize for artists.
We are delighted to announce that two films commissioned as part of Now & Next will be featured as part of Women in Film: BBC Introducing Arts on BBC Four on Monday 8 March, 10pm.
Thank you for attending LUX Scotland’s programme.
We are delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2021 Margaret Tait Award.
Thank you for attending the launch of GIVE BIRTH TO ME TOMORROW – Artists’ Moving Image Festival.
We are delighted announce that tickets are now available for GIVE BIRTH TO ME TOMORROW, this year’s Artists’ Moving Image Festival, co-programmed by Tako Taal and Adam Benmakhlouf.
Alchemy Film & Arts and LUX Scotland are working together to provide a programme of writing workshops focusing on experimental film and artists’ moving image, in partnership with The Skinny.
We are pleased to announce a new format and dates for the forthcoming Artists’ Moving Image Festival (AMIF).