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#MonarchoftheGlen The National Galleries of Scotland (NGS) is delighted to announce that The Monarch of the Glen by Sir Edwin Landseer (1802-73) will go on display in four venues across Scotland later this year. The iconic painting which was acquired for the nation in March after a four month fundraising campaign will go on show… Read more »Read more

VISUAL ARTIST & MAKER AWARDS: Highland 2016/2017

VISUAL ARTIST & MAKER AWARDS: Highland 2016/2017 High Life Highland in partnership with Creative Scotland and XpoNorth Crafts, Fashion and Textiles are delivering awards up to £1,500 to support the professional development of artists/makers residing in the Highlands & Moray. TO APPLY: Download the application form & guidelines from the High Life Highland website DEADLINE:  Monday… Read more »Read more

Next of Kin

17 September –  5 November 2016 Small Art Gallery, Community Gallery and Room to DiscoverIMAG is one of eight museums and art galleries participating in a two year partnership with National Museums Scotland to exhibit objects and archives from both the national and local collections in ‘Next of Kin’. The First World War separated millions… Read more »Read more

Louise Bourgeois Prints

6 August – 10 September, Main Art Gallery This Hayward Touring exhibition features two series by one of the most important and influential artists of recent decades, Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010). Best known for her powerful emotionally charged sculptures and fabric figures, her output was formidable, growing more expressive as she aged.  This French-American artist’s work… Read more »Read more

Jon Schueler: Skyscapes  

25 June – 31 July, Art Galleries Skyscapes is part of the National centenary celebration of Jon Schueler’s birth. Born in Milwaukee in 1916, Schueler studied at the California School of Fine Arts from 1948-51 where his teachers included Clyfford Still and Richard Diebenkorn. A contemporary of Mark Rothko, Franz Kline and Jackson Pollock, he… Read more »Read more

Calum Colvin: Jacobites By Name

 5 April –  Until Further Notice, Jacobite Gallery Inspired by works in both The Scottish National Portrait Gallery’s and Inverness Museum and Art Gallery’s Jacobite collections, this contemporary intervention by the renowned Scottish artist Calum Colvin includes original artworks interspersed with the historical artefacts displayed in our First Floor Gallery. Jacobites by Name, originally commissioned… Read more »Read more

Space Craft: architecture meets making

5 April – 13 May, Main & Small Art Galleries As part of the Scottish Festival of Architecture 2016 IMAG are hosting a Craft Council touring exhibition which explores the relationship between making and our built environment. Presenting works by makers who are inspired by architecture and architects that are deeply connected to making. It… Read more »Read more

The Great Tapestry of Scotland

9 January 2016 – 20 February 2016 Main & Small Art Galleries The Great Tapestry of Scotland was unveiled for the first time after its completion at the Scottish Parliament on 3 September 2013. The Tapestry is one of the most ambitious community arts projects in the world and Inverness Museum & Art Gallery are delighted… Read more »Read more

Sharmanka: Merry-Go-World

17 October –  2 January 2016, Main Art Gallery Merry-Go-World includes 10 new kinetic sculptures made of the remnants of domestic machinery and populated by menagerie of hand-carved animal-like-humans and human-like-animals. It is reflecting on the modern world where the different countries and cultures are involved in perpetual movement – amusing, funny, scary and faster then… Read more »Read more

Simply Painting

29 August – 10 October, Main & Small Art Galleries Kenneth Dingwall, Andrew Graves, John Golding, Jane Harris, Yvonne Hindle (pictured), Vanessa Jackson, Rosa Lee and Jon Thomspon   The eight artists in this exhibition have demonstrated, through distinguished national and international careers, an unflinching belief in the practice of Painting as Painting. Curated by… Read more »Read more