Tynecastle DigiFest, the online Festival of Learning, is on until 13th August with an amazing line-up of guest speakers and workshops guaranteed to get you thinking about how you can use technology.
Crochet a playful sculpture or a collection of tactile shapes over the summer holidays on this 5 week online summer course run by AlmaBorealis! Suitable for children aged 6-12 years.
Learn about mentoring on one of MCR Pathways online sessions and help a young person fulfil their true potential!
Calling all armchair detectives, the game is afoot with another comedy mystery from the award winning MurderedforMoney Team!
Join the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh for this free event looking at the cultural history of virginity and the medicinal preparations used to fake virginity in Early Modern society!
This lecture given by Belinda Thomson, Honorary Professor in art history at the University of Edinburgh, examines the influences of French Art in the work of Charles H. Mackie.
This year’s poetry series celebrates those poets whose collections work to fill in the gaps in our understanding of ourselves, our society and communities and our planet.
How do we begin to make sense of the ever-changing world we are living in? In this series we look at stories and ideas that offer positive prescriptions for a better future.
This series explores how the West’s traditional narratives around race and colonialism are increasingly agreed to be toxic and unacceptable.
This year’s series of events for young adults takes a fearless and unflinching look at the issues affecting young people today.
This year we are delighted to welcome some of the most exciting voices of literature to our stages and screens to impart their wisdom with us.
This series looks at stories of migration: from the often brutal catalysts for moving, to the arduous journeys undertaken, to the process of trying to adapt to a new home.
Join us for our series celebrating the stories and voices blazing a trail for the LGBTQIA+ community today.
Join us for a captivating look into the past, present and future of Scottish writing.
In this series of events we turn to those who offer positive calls to action and creative perspectives for protecting our planet – giving us hope that it’s not too late.
Expect fun and frank discussions about a subject integral to almost everything we do as we consider the all-important role our bodies play in our sense of self.
The Book Festival has long been a champion of new writing and new writers and this year we welcome a host of authors whose dazzling debuts are already making big waves in the literary world.
In this series, we take a close look at the art and artists who have been a source of inspiration to others. From musicians and painters to writers and poets.
Led by expert journalists and editors from The New York Times, we talk about the actions, decisions and revolutions that got us to where we are today, and where we could potentially go from here.
Join artist Tessa Asquith-Lamb for a tour specifically designed for visually impaired visitors focusing on the Charles H. Mackie: Colour and Light exhibition!
Calling all armchair detectives, can you catch the killer and claim the prize?
If your child or young person has recently been diagnosed with autism or is on the diagnostic pathway, join NAS East Renfrewshire for their Stepping Stones project.
Join NAS East Renfrewshire for 'What *is* Autistic experience really?' a talk delivered by Dr Chloe Farahar, an autistic educator who is part of Aucademy.
These weekly online Bookbug sessions are fun for little ones aged 0-4 and their grownups, using Zoom.
The Anstruther Harbour Festival returns in 2021 with a host of great events - don't miss it!
Family Constellations is a one day workshop using constellations to help us to see more clearly into the entanglements that feed into our difficulties.
The Stand Glasgow's award winning, fast, frantic totally improvised comedy show makes its jump online every Monday night where comedians make up comedy live and based totally on your suggestions!
Whether it's an invention, design, brand name, literary work or a song, this session will give you the knowledge to identify the Intellectual Property assets contained within your business!
Merchant Voices is a community choir based in the City Halls in Glasgow's Merchant City, they are currently hosting weekly online rehearsals and would love you to join them!
Explore how to live more intentionally and incorporate nature and the seasons into your daily life on a Seasonal Self-Discovery Writing Workshop with Debbie Innes.
Take half an hour out to cultivate inner peace and enjoy the rest of the day with an inspired and positive mind on one of Kadampa Meditaion Centre's Lunchtime Classes!
Join All the Young Nudes on Monday nights for their Online Life Drawing Club, a weekly, accessible, affordable and fun life drawing session!
Join certified Kundalini Yoga, meditation and gong teacher, Carolyn McTaggart on Mondays for Sense Your Self, online Kundalini Yoga sessions!
The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland's exciting programme of online summer schools, featuring a range of courses designed to keep you learning and creating at home, will run throughout July and August!
The Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow are joined by Pete Smith, FRS, FRSE, Aberdeen University & Director of Scotland's Climate Change Centre of Expertise for this online talk on 28th July.
Taking place online and live at SWG3 Glasgow on Saturday 31st July, HANG is a hybrid music conference dedicated to hip hop and grime music in Scotland!
Cloud Water Zen Group are holding an 'Introduction to Zen Buddhism' covering the basics of Zen teaching and practice beginning on Saturday 31st July.
Learn to read and write kanji characters in Drawing and Painting Studio's fun and inspiring online language group and discover their meanings!
The Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow are joined by Francesca Osowska, CEO of NatureScot for online talk 'Nature And Climate: An Emergency Response' on 11th August.
Sign up for City of Glasgow College's free Virtual Clearing Day and their friendly staff will guide you through and help you to make the right choice for your future.
Glasgow Songwriting Festival returns for 2021 with a variety of online workshops plus an opening concert featuring Reg Meuross, Donna Maciocia, Emily Barker and Findlay Napier!
The Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow are joined by Baroness Young, Chair of the Woodland Trust for online talk discussing biodiversity and the challenge of climate change on 1st September.
Carve your very own Japanese hanko stamp to make your inei impression, learn about the different stages in the Tenkoku process and the tools used with the Drawing and Painting Studio!
Pain Association Scotland run professionally-led monthly groups across Lanarkshire for people living with all forms of chronic pain.
St Andrew's Parish Church and Livingstone Memorial Parish Church in Blantyre invite you to join them on Sundays and Wednesdays for their live stream worship services.
Originally written for the stage, this version of Roxana will be a unique theatre-film hybrid experience filmed in Paisley!
Get your child involved with music this summer! Steps and Leaps Music Virtual Summer Workshop consists of daily 1 hour sessions which explore the most important basics of music learning!
Join Forth Environment Link's Climate Kitchen Garden team for our next bread making activity on Tuesday 27th July!
In this workshop Vanessa Jarman will be explaining what the Chakras are in more detail and how we can use them to balance our body and mind, as well as a Chakra Meditation to close.
Join Forth Environment Link's Climate Kitchen Garden team on Facebook Live for our first monthly Fakeaway Friday session!