Singing Under the Same Sky by Derek Robertson

The Smith is pleased to welcome an artistic field study of adversity by Derek Roberton, Migrations. For decades Derek Robertson has been studying the migration of birds. He has followed them from Africa to the Arctic, through their migration routes across the Mediterranean, and to their home ranges in Europe.

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Into the Light by Fiona Clasen

This winter, the Stirling Smith Art Gallery & Museum welcomes Fiona Clasen’s solo exhibition, Into the Light. Fiona Clasen has always been drawn to the light. Whether in an interior space, on a tree, in a cloud, or on the surface of water, patterns of light fascinate her and inspire

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The Perfect Foil by Robert Mach

The Stirling Smith Art Gallery & Museum is delighted to welcome a major exhibition of works by Robert Mach. Like the perfect foil in a good book or drama, Robert Mach’s artwork often combine contrasting elements.  Using familiar confectionery wrappers Mach applies foil to iconic images and objects, transforming the

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De/Construct by GOSSIP Collective

The Stirling Smith is pleased to present De / Construct, an outdoor sculpture exhibition by the GOSSIP Collective. Over the past year, we have all seen our lives being deconstructed. Routines that were once firmly in place have been scattered as we negotiate lockdown.  Virtual events replaced the sound, presence,

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Meanderings: A Walk Through The Smith’s Collection

As part of the Stirling Smith’s wellbeing programme we bring you Meanderings: A Walk Through The Smith’s Collection. During lockdown many of us enjoyed a daily walk in our local area and began to appreciate the beauty on our doorsteps. Exploring trails, learning about our towns and villages, and discovering

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The Colours of Nature

3 September – 22 October 2017 This is the second annual exhibition of the Scottish Society of Botanical Artists. Botanical art ranges from very specific botanical illustration – with tightly defined style and approach, through to artistic representation of fungi, flowers, seaweeds and all things botanical. Botanical artwork using embroidery/

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Ceramicats and the Best of the Scottish Potters Association

    The Stirling Smith welcomes The Best of the Scottish Potters Association and Ceramicat, the annual show of the Association. This is the first time in many years that the SPA has exhibited in Stirling. See the best work of 40 of Scotland’s best ceramic artists, including many wally

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Black and White: Forth Valley College Group

Ten artists currently studying ‘Portfolio Preparation’ at Forth Valley College (Stirling Campus), have formed a group to exhibit their work.    

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Sketch Saturdays: an exhibition of works by the Smith sketching group

The Sketch Class was set up in the Smith in May 2000 by artist and art historian Peter Russell.  They have run continuously since and remarkably, three of the original group are still attending: Maureen Campbell; Elizabeth Dougal and Christine Morrison. The sessions run from 1pm to 3.30pm, meeting in

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