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What’s On

Upcoming exhibitions and events...


Open Light
Eric Cruikshank and James Lumsden
6 April – 25 May 2024
Main Art Gallery

Conversations en Plein Air
Charlotte Hodes
1 June – 20 July 2024
All Art Galleries

Drawing from Life
Mairi Strachan
6 April – 25 May 2024
Small Art Gallery


Lonely Arts Club
22 April – 15 June 2024


From Kiln to Coast
Amy Louise Buttress
9 April – 25 May 2024

7 May – TBC


Museum Minis
First Friday of the month, 11am-12pm
Room to Discover
Booking required through High Life Highland’s General Activities site

Open Light: Artists’ Talk
Saturday 25 May, 2pm-3pm
Main Art Gallery

Drawing From Nature
Art Classes led by Jana Emburey
Suitable for all levels
Every Saturday until 29 June 2024, 11am-3.00pm
Room to Discover – £25.00 per class
Booking required through the museum

Top 10 Highlights Audio Tour – SMARTIFY App
Visiting Inverness Museum and Art Gallery?  Join our Top 10 Highlights Audio Tour, narrated by Carrie Forbes.  We’ve specially selected the top 10 objects from the museum’s collections for visitors to discover and explore.  Find out about their stories, and their connections with the history of Inverness, and the Scottish Highlands.  Either download the SMARTIFY App from Google Play Store or Apple App Store, or click on the link above to open in your device’s browser.  A project funded by XpoNorth Digital.


Highland Threads Digital Exhibition
An online exhibition curated from fourteen Highland museum collections which tell the stories of their best costumes.


The Hobby Cave
A chance to take part in the largest ever exhibition of the UK’s hobbies.  From makers and modifiers to crafters and collectors, Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, alongside arts organisation Artangel and award-winning artist and Spider-Man enthusiast Hetain Patel, is inviting people to share details of their hobbies to inform a nationwide project that will take place in 12 locations across the UK from Summer 2024.

My House of Memories
Easy to use app allows the user to explore objects from the past and share memories. It has been designed for people living with dementia and their carers, but can be used by anyone.

Academy Street Townscape Heritage
Virtual tour and heritage resource dedicated to Academy Street, Inverness.


Highland Pictish Trail
Discover the lost kingdom of the Highland Picts.  From the 300 AD to about 900AD, the Picts ruled much of what is now Scotland, and the Highlands were an important centre of Pictish power, culture and religion. The website highlights their fascinating legacy in the Highlands – enigmatic and often finely carved stones, important religious sites, hillforts set on towering hills and ridges, finely-worked jewellery and sculpture cared for in local museums, and stories of kings, wizards, faith and battles.

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