IT has been an incredibly tough year for Scotland’s arts sector – but now galleries and studios are urging visitors to return to in-person cultural experiences.
And the sector has launched a new campaign – #ArtUnlocks – to encourage people to find out what cultural opportunities are opening up in their neighbourhoods.
Across Glasgow a range of exhibitions and galleries are taking part in the push, organised by Scottish Contemporary Art Network (SCAN).
SCAN Director Moira Jeffrey said: “As Scotland begins to open up after a long, tough winter, we’re delighted to be sharing the good news that contemporary art is safe, family-friendly and opening soon in your neighbourhood.
“From Orkney to rural Dumfriesshire, Dundee to Edinburgh and Glasgow, you will be able to visit outdoor and indoor venues this spring and summer.
“As art unlocks its doors across the country, we know it also unlocks potential, new ideas and health and wellbeing.
“Scotland’s art galleries, workshops, and contemporary art venues are waiting to welcome you.”