Scottish Women Artists: 250 Years of Challenging Perception

Dovecot Studios

Through more than 70 paintings, tapestries, textiles, sculptures and photographs, this exhibition offers a fresh history of Scottish art, shining a light on 45 diverse women artists – from engravings by Scotland’s first professionally trained woman artist Catherine Read to a specially commissioned tapestry from contemporary practitioner Sekai Machache – alongside artists including Phoebe Anna Traquair, Bessie MacNicol, Joan Eardley, Elizabeth Blackadder, Rachel Maclean and Alison Watt.

Exhibition supported by The Fleming Collection.

Event

Scottish Women Artists: 250 Years of Challenging Perception

Date & Time

28 July – 6 January 2024

Daily (during August)

10am—5pm

Venue

Dovecot Studios

10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1LT

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Ticket Information

Adult: £10.50 / Concessions £9.50 (over 60, students, people between jobs, people who may have disabilities / National Art Pass Holders £5.25/ Those under 12, carers or disabled companions: Free

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Visitor information

  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Accessible Toilets
  • Toilets
  • Babychange
  • Café
  • Shop

Access

There are two steps between the North and South Galleries in the exhibition space, For level access please enter both galleries from the reception area.

Header image credit: Sekai Machache, Light Divine Sky 2, 2021. Courtesy of The Fleming Collection.
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10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1LT