Exhibition: How Glasgow Flourished 1714-1837, is now open until Sunday 17 August. This free exhibition looks at how the city developed into a hub of industry in the Georgian period. Find out more
Creative Writing for Adults: Inspired by French Art
Join this introduction to creative writing, with session on Thursday 22 and Saturday 31 May. Its free, but please book in advance. Find out more
Music in May
We have three fantastic musical afternoons planned. Join us on Sunday 18 May for the Arthur Short Big Band, and then on Sunday 25 May for the In Harmony Choir. Then on Thursday 29 May, hear students from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland perform classics from the Georgian Era in Baroque and Roll!, part of How Glasgow Flourished, 1714-1837. This is as well as our daily organ recitals, so get musical this May at Kelvingrove! MORE
As well as an on going programme of temporary exhibitions and displays, Kelvingrove also hosts a number of other events and activities.