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Two sisters living in Aberfeldy, we’ve created this stunning wee gem of a gallery and typically one of us is behind the counter. We have a gorgeous range of indoor plants alongside individually made works of art from across Scotland.

Edith and Grace

Creative in Callander is an inspirational, non-profit venture run by the artists and makers to support local arts and crafts. It showcases the work of approximately 30 artists and makers. Come and enjoy a relaxing browse. During the POS Festival we’re intending to run demo’s by different artists showing different creative techniques, check out our website soon! POS demos 2pm – 4pm , wed 6th – mon 11th September wed 6th – Fiona Maciver Macdonald – Painting thurs 7th – Nessa Walker – Monoprint Fri 8th – Mike Cordiner – Pastels Sat 9th – Jenny Snedden – Making Lampshades Sun 10th – Lynne Schroder – Copper Sculpture Mon 11th – Lynne MacGill – Felting

Creative in Callander

We strive to deliver vibrant, inclusive, memorable arts experiences, through live music events and tea dances as well as theatre, comedy performances, visual art workshops, art exhibitions, dance classes and film. We also showcase creative work in our shop.  Visit our website for details of what’s on when you visit.

Strathearn Arts

The newly refreshed Art Gallery will allow more works of art from local, Scottish, and international artists to be displayed than ever before. As part of the refresh, Perth Art Gallery will become the new home to the Fergusson Collection. We are in central Perth and waiting to welcome you. Please check our opening times as they may change during the refresh.

Perth Art Gallery

Our exhibition space has a changing schedule, so you can always see something fresh. By visiting us you will be supporting local businesses, artists and makers. You will also be supporting Wasps, a charity whose aim is to provide affordable spaces for creatives all over Scotland. At Perth Creative Exchange, you will find amazing exhibitions, workshops and markets. You can view exhibitions, participate in workshops and buy arts and crafts during our markets and Open Studios events (please keep an eye on our Instagram and Facebook pages for any updates and events details).  You can enjoy and purchase art from artists showing in our Gannochy Project Space (our art gallery) and from tenants. Our tenants have works displayed in our foyer area and corridors. You can also benefit from the Famous Grouse Idea Centre, a maker space managed by Perth and Kinross Council. There you can find a photo printer, a laser cutter, a 3D printer and many more digital and technical equipment. You can also hire our Meeting Rooms and workshop room should you need a space to run a meeting or a creative arts and craft session. Please do get in touch for rates and availability. We also have a communal garden project in partnership with Sustrans, a charity focused in creating communal spaces and promoting sustainable ways of transportation. The garden will be finished soon and a launch event will be organised later in the year. For further details, please keep an eye on our social media pages.

Perth Creative Exchange

We are an artist-run gallery with an eclectic mix of contemporary Scottish art situated in the historical village of Glamis. We support many local artists as well as those further afield. The 5 cottages are full of character and beyond the main exhibition space we have 5 working studios with a large designated workshop/event space currently being updated. We have 2 painters, glass artist, textile artist and mosaics/wire artist working at various times during the week. Occasionally, musical instruments often echo through the building and some lively banter! Sculpture, paintings, glass, ceramics, wood, metal, mosaic, textiles and much more await you! Work is available to purchase from the studios whether the artist is present or not. All payments are taken at gallery reception and sales keep the project afloat and allow us to continue without applying for funding or restructure. Cafe and Gin Tasting within 100 yards, woodland walk and a short stroll to Glamis Castle. Well behaved dogs welcome!

Glamis Gallery

The Walkin’cafe is in the lovely village of Spittalfield which is full of history and we have plenty information on local walks and leaflets where you can learn all about the area as you walk. We have a village Green with a playpark for the young ones so as well as following the art trail and seeing the work of the talented artists you can have a a delicious lunch, a local walk and pick up a flyer and learn about the area.