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An exciting range of contemporary visual art and performance from acclaimed and emerging artists is coming to leading international art space Tramway this summer.

  1. Junction 25 & Theater an der Parkaue: 1,210km

    Highlights include the world premiere of 1,210km created by award winning young performance companies theatre companies, Tramway-based Junction 25 and Berlin’s Theater an der Parkaue, which will be performed during Festival 2018, the dynamic cultural programme for the the Glasgow 2018 European Championships.

    Junction 25 & Theater an der Parkaue: 1,210km
  2. Children's Exbibition

    A Children’s Exhibition of bold, playful and engaging artwork will introduce children to ideas and materials commonly used in contemporary art through tactile experience, digital interaction, and movable shapes and forms.

    Children's Exhibition
  3. Celebrate ART

    Celebrate ART showcases work by a group of young artists aged 15 to 23 exploring their place in the world through a story of addiction, dependency, loss, personal change and growth as takes place as part of Scotland’s Year of Young People 2018.

    Celebrate ART
  4. Samara Scott

    Samara Scott will create a large site specific installation in response to Tramway’s main gallery inspired by its architecture and similarity to open air spaces such as the arcade, market or street.

    Samara Scott
  5. Jamie Crewe: Rustic Prologue

    Rustic Prologue is an evening of animation, film, and reading programmed by Glasgow based artist Jamie Crewe.

    Jamie Crewe: Rustic Prologue
  6. Find out more

    The summer season also includes Y Dance’s annual showcase of some of the country’s best young contemporary dancers, Project Y; Here to Stay, an exhibition created by young people with connections to Central and Eastern Europe looking at their experiences of cultures, identities and belonging, in the context of Brexit. Here to Stay; and Tramway’s hugely popular engagement programme, Take Part.

    Find out more