We are excited to announce Phoebe Banks has joined the LUX Scotland team as our Project Assistant for the Aberdeen Programme.
LUX Scotland will be closed from Thursday 22 December 2022 for our winter break.
We are pleased to announce that Margaret Tait Award 2021 recipient Andrew Black’s new commission ‘On Clogger Lane’ will premiere at Glasgow Film Theatre on Tuesday 21 February 2023, coinciding with an exhibition at The Tetley, Leeds.
We are delighted to announce Phoebe McBride as the recipient of our online commission for an Aberdeen based artist.
Funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation, Collective, DCA and LUX Scotland wish to recruit a Project Manager to lead on a three-year collaborative project that works towards creating systemic change in the Scottish arts sector for disabled visual artists and arts professionals.
Applications are open for the Margaret Tait Residency 2023 – the deadline is Monday 7 November, 5pm.
Nominations are open for the Margaret Tait Award 2023 – the deadline is Monday 7 November, 5pm.
We are excited to release our third set of bursaries for researchers (including artists, curators and programmers) who work with the moving image and are based in Scotland.
‘Grahamston’ (2021), commissioned as part of Now & Next 2020, will be broadcast on BBC Radio Radio 4 Extra’s New Creatives Dramas.
LUX Scotland is delighted to announce a new commission opportunity for artists based in Aberdeen.
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 a new programme of support for artists in Aberdeen that will begin in Autumn this year and continue until Spring 2023.
‘The Riot Act’ by Aideen Doran, commissioned as part of Now & Next 2020, is broadcast now on BBC Arts.
LUX Scotland and Scotland + Venice are delighted to announce the tour of Alberta Whittle’s ‘Lagareh – The Last Born’ to six venues across Scotland between 20 September 2022 and 1 March 2023.
We are happy to publish audio recordings of the LUX Scotland Learning Resources.
LUX Scotland will be closed from Monday 8 August for a summer break for one week.
LUX Scotland is happy to announce a new online commission by Saoirse Amira Anis, ‘Holding Barzakh’ (2022) will be available to view online from Thursday 15 September, until Thursday 17 November, on the LUX Scotland website with an online discussion event in early November.
We’re excited to release our second set of research bursaries for researchers (including artists, curators and programmers) who work with the moving image and are based in Scotland.