What's on at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

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The Alasdair Gray Season


Friday Focus and Saturday Spotlight for Adults

Join us for our innovative series of events for adults, for a more in-depth exploration of an artist and their work. This current season considers the work of Alasdair Gray, as part of the current exhibition Alasdair Gray: From the Personal to the Universal. All Friday Focus events take place at 2pm, while Saturday Spotlights are at 3pm. These events are free when purchasing a ticket for the exhibition (£5/£3). Please meet in the exhibition space for each event.  

Friday 7 and Saturday 8 November

Join Dr Rodge Glass, Programme Leader in Creative Writing at Edge Hill University and Associate Editor with Freight Books as he discusses Alasdair Gray's written work. Meet in the exhibition space at 2pm for the Friday Focus and 3pm for the Saturday Spotlight.

Saturday 22 November

The Herald's arts correspondent, Phil Miller will talk about being drawn by Alasdair Gray. You can view his commissioned portrait on display in the exhibition. Meet in the exhibition space at 3pm.


Regular events

As well as an ongoing programme of temporary exhibitions and displays, Kelvingrove also hosts a number of other events and activities.

  • There is an array of Family Events include our regular Toddler Time, regular drop-in events led by the RSPB, or join us on most weekends as we run Discover! sessions: drop-in activities and trails for families with children. Find out more with our What's On brochure here
  • There are talks, workshops and events for adults throughout the year including our weekly Friday Focus where adults can discover more about their favourite objects, from 1.30pm. Find out more with our What's On brochure here​
  • ​There is a wonderful Organ Recital each day. To find out more about the Kelvingrove Organ and recitals use the links to the right, or click here
  • Daily tours - at 11am and 2.30pm each day, leaving from Centre Hall

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