Join award-winning Sam Piri and Amy Straughan LIVE from the operating theatre every Tuesday and Thursday as they examine the incredible structure of the human body to learn in a way never done before!
Celebrate the start of the weekend with Zoomtunes, half an hour of fun and frolics led by expert singing teacher Libby Crabtree!
How would you like to learn how to build your very own online shop? This exciting 7-week club run by Heart of Midlothian FC's Innovation Centre will show you exactly how to do that.
Heart of Midlothian FC's Innovation Centre: Build new skills in app design and development to solve a problem that affects the world’s people and planet. Suitable for S1-S3 girls and boys.
The Soundhouse Organisation is delighted to bring you a new series of ten online gigs, intimate one-of-a-kind concerts presented as-live and beamed directly into the comfort of your home.
Bonnie Bairn is excited to bring their annual Premier Pregnancy & Family Fair to the virtual platform for a weekend packed full of everything wonderful about having a family in Scotland!
Come and join ComputerXplorers SEScotland LiVE on Saturday 6 March at 11am to learn how to create your very own Obstacle using that all time favourite - ROBLOX!
Join us at City Art Centre for an introduction to the cyanotype process, one of the earliest forms of photography, dating back to 1842.
Edinburgh based Japanese Tea Master Mio Shudo, an expert on the diverse cultures of Japan, will present an online talk aided by an illustrated powerpoint presentation.
In this session we will create a 2D hand-drawn whiteboard animation and an ‘old school’ flip-book animated sequence inspired by the Jock McFadyen Goes to the Pictures exhibition.
Nightingale is a mixed choir of four singing voices consisting of singers in Edinburgh from around the world.
Yoshie Asano Campbell is a Japanese folk song singer and dancer. Watch her weave a variety of Umewaka styles from the northern part of Japan in a beautiful and energetic performance.
Join artist Neil G Smith and Helensburgh Art Hub Online for a fun introduction to landscape painting using acrylics on Sunday 7th March!
Join the Scottish Women's Convention on 8th March as their annual International Women's Day celebrations, usually held in the Scottish Parliament, go digital!
Marianne Fossaluzza, a PhD student in Visual Culture at the University of Aberdeen, gives this lecture on The Feminine Ideal in E.A. Hornel’s Work.
The 1920s was a period of contrasts: This lecture explores the events, ideas and styles that shaped Scottish art during this fascinating decade.
Taking inspiration from E. A. Hornel’s nature-filled paintings, create a hanging paper-work collage with artist Tessa Asquith-Lamb.
See a spectacular fashion show by the Fashion and Textile Design students from Edinburgh College in a collaboration with the City Art Centre and the E. A. Hornel exhibition!
Ash Pryce is a stage mentalist and founder of the Edinburgh Skeptics society. In his first traditional lecture in more than a decade, he will be looking at the world of the Victorian Occult.
Join The Real Mary King’s Close on 13th March as we shine a light on those sinister parts of Scottish history in our virtual broadcast streamed live from the site!
Mio Shudo, an Edinburgh based Urasenke Japanese Tea Master will give a talk on the history, relevance and impact of the tea ceremony on Japanese culture.
Join Surgeons Hall Museums Human Remains Conservator Cat Irving for this course of two workshops exploring the human skeleton.
Learn how to create and design your very own Skate Park using Computer Aided Design (CAD Drawing) on this course run by ComputerXplorers SEScotland! It's suitable for ages 8+!
Join ComputerXplorers SEScotland this Easter where we will produce our very own stop motion animation!
Join artist Tessa Asquith-Lamb for a tour specifically designed for visually impaired visitors focussing on our exhibition Bright Shadows - Scottish art in the 1920s.
It’s the year 1905 and The Reids of Lauriston Castle, at the forefront of modern technology, have invited some guests to Lauriston in order to showcase these latest innovations!
Taking inspiration from our exhibition Bright Shadows - Scottish Art in the 1920s we will explore how artists in this period of change explored colour and stylised forms.
This talk given by Alice Strang will focus on the women artists proposed and seconded for election by male allies, including Dorothy Johnstone, Cecile Walton and John Duncan.
Join Child's Eye Muse on the 18th and 19th of May for International Museum Day, celebrating your favorite exhibits and museum visits!
This talk will give a brief introduction of jazz as a style of music and explore the different instruments played in a typical jazz band of the 1920s.
Dr Helen Scott, Curator of Fine Art, provides a tour of the exhibition Bright Shadows: Scottish Art in the 1920s.
As part of Barrhead Housing Associations Climate Challenge Project, they are delivering FREE Zoom crafting workshops for all of the family to enjoy!
The hit Musical Comedy by Gillian Duffy & Alyson Orr is back for One Night Only - STREAMED LIVE from Eastwood Park Theatre on Friday 5th March!
Don't miss Artie's Singing Kettle Show a special live event from Eastwood Park Theatre direct to your home on Saturday 13th March!
Join Caroline from The Wee Art Studio for a fun Mother's Day Spring Themed Needle felt class for beginners!
Join PACER Parents and Carers of East Renfrewshire on Monday 15th March for their Expert Q&A session with a Speech and Language Therapist Caroline Viney!
Don't miss Artie's Singing Kettle Story Songs a special live event from Eastwood Park Theatre direct to your home on Saturday 20th March!
Join Caroline from The Wee Art Studio for a fun Spring Sheep Needle Felt Workshop for beginners!
Come along to our colourful and entertaining family-friendly online exhibition to explore the stories hidden within some of our fantastic paintings.
These weekly online Bookbug sessions are fun for little ones aged 0-4 and their grownups, using Zoom.
A virtual exhibition to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of Scottish colourist, Samuel Peploe.
Join our first creative writing workshop for StAnza 2021, led by poet Marvin Thompson!
Poets and friends celebrate the life and work of Roddy Lumsden, a son of St Andrews.
Join John Siddique, a spiritual teacher, poet and the founder of Authentic Living, in an exploration of mindfulness, poetry and imagination!
Join us for our perennially popular Masterclass to consider the nuts and bolts of poetry writing.
This is a panel discussion celebrating the remarkable life and achievements of Jennie Lee this International Women’s Day.
Join Marina Kazakova, poet and researcher, to learn about her work on symphonic poetry!
In this workshop led by Chris Jones we’re looking at how early English poets used variation and alliteration as the core building blocks of their verse.
Don’t miss this rare chance for an intimate audience with Imtiaz Dharker, holder of the Queen’s Gold Medal for poetry and also acclaimed as an artist and filmmaker!
Join Ifor ap Glyn, to hear him talk with Peter Mackay, Ciara ní É and Pól Mag Uidhir about ‘Bàrd- File – Bardd’.
Carve out time for your own writing and hone your poetry skills at this workshop led by Nadine Aisha Jassat.
Don’t miss out on this rare chance for an intimate audience with poet, musician and activist Roger Robinson!
The StAnza Lecture: Access All Areas with Jacqueline Saphra on form and revolution.
Born in Lochgelly in 1904, Jennie Lee, a daughter of a miner, became the first ever Minister for the Arts and a founder of The Open University. This is her story.
Whether you’ve been missing your regular open mic over the last 12 months, or are just keen to discover some new voices, don’t miss our popular Friday night open mic.
Enjoy a chance for an intimate audience with Indian poet and journalist Tishani Doshi, on a welcome return to StAnza!
Our breakfast panel events offer a relaxed start to the day, with a group of poets and other festival participants discussing all things poetical.
It’s a highlight of the festival and a touchstone of the Scottish spoken word scene: what better way to round off the day than with the annual StAnza slam?
Wake up and smell the Poetry Café! Our breakfast discussion events offer a relaxed start to the day, with a group of poets and other festival participants discussing all things poetical.
Join Glasgow Libraries online Bookbug session every Wednesday at 10am for fun songs, stories and rhymes your little ones will love!
Have you always wanted to know more about how GCHT's grants scheme works? Do you have a project in mind but are not sure if it would be eligible? Then this surgeries series is for you!
Join All the Young Nudes on Monday nights for their Online Life Drawing Club, a weekly, accessible, affordable and fun life drawing session!
The Active8 Glasgow online program is a new FREE project that aims to improve the physical and mental health for residents of Summerston and the surrounding areas!
From January, Online Short Courses at Royal Conservatoire Scotland will offer a fun and inspiring programme for all ages – children, young people and adults!
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!
Glasgow's only bhangra team, APV Bhangra, return with another block of free online Bhangra Dance Classes!
Get those knitting needles out and enjoy a chat and a cuppa whilst knitting, sewing or crocheting something for yourself or family and friends with Platform Glasgow's Clack and Yak!
Platform Glasgow's Art Factory is an online visual arts and crafts session for adults who wish to learn to draw, paint or make things!
Is This Me? is the sixth of eight films being released by Tricky Hat and The Flames as part of their latest film series, #DontStopTheFlames.
Platform Glasgow's community choir, Platform Singers, is now taking place online every Friday afternoon via Zoom!
Put your dancing shoes on, grab your grown ups and join What Happens Now? on a Saturday morning for one of their live Kitchen Discos!
Platform Glasgow's Creation Station is a weekly online drama workshop for 7-11 year olds who are interested in performance, fun and creativity!
Platform Glasgow's Lab Station Performance Group online workshops are led by professional artists and the sessions focus on drama and performance!
The Modern Institute presents an online exhibition of a new body of acrylic works on paper and canvas by artist and musician Chris Johanson!
Platform Glasgow's weekly arts group challenges teenagers to make artwork that represents their interests, exploring identity and what it’s like to be a teenager today!
Refresh your eyes, mind and body with this class of gentle movement and awareness practises designed to counteract the stresses of screen use!
Platform Young Company is a performance collective, formed out of a shared interest in contemporary performance and experimental ways of working, join them for their online sessions on Saturdays!
Platform Glasgow's Saturday Art Club at Home is a playful and creative online art session that gives young artists the chance to draw, paint, make and get creative!
The Modern Institute proudly presents New York-based, British artist Jesse Wine's first solo show with the gallery!
Join the team at Castlemilk Park Project on the second Monday of each month for their online wildlife and photography sessions!
Grow your sales and marketing opportunities by learning how to effectively use BIPC Glasgow's FAME resource in this one hour online session!
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!
Welcome back to wizard school to all our young witches and wizards! Join The Root of Magic for their online Potions Class from your own home!
The Hunterian are hosting a series of weekly talks in celebration of their online exhibition Old Ways New Roads: Travels in Scotland 1720-1832!
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!
Glasgow Film Festival will return for its 17th edition from 24th February to 7th March 2021 and will be taking place entirely online!
On March 5th Sunny Govan Community Radio are hosting an online fundraiser event to raise money to keep the organisation running through the difficulties faced by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Hug is the final film in the #DontStopTheFlames film series created by Tricky Hat and The Flames!
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.
To celebrate International Women's Day the RGI and artist Sharon Thomas are proud to present an online exhibition honouring the painting series 'Herstory Portrait – A Decade On'.
HER-larious returns! Everyone's favourite improv workshop for womxn and non-binary people is back with a special International Women's Day jam!
Learn to read and write kanji characters in Drawing and Painting Studio's fun and inspiring online language group and discover their meanings!
The Birthing Well are running relaxed and informal pregnancy yoga and hypnobirthing classes online to help you to experience a positive pregnancy and prepare for the birth of your baby!
If you decide to sell products and services online, it's important to understand how to make it a seamless experience for you customers. Join BIPC Glasgow for their Ecommerce workshop!
Join The Invisible Hearing Clinic for one of their regular online Tinnitus Support Group Meetings on Wednesday 10th March.
The Dark Philosophers are a regular, open reading group which aims to bring the literature of Wales out of the shadows, join them for their next online meeting on March 10th!
On The Fly is an improvised comedy night from Glasgow, run entirely by members of the LGBTQ+ community, join them on 11th March for some improvised fun and games over Zoom!
Join the Glasgow Festival of Burlesque and Lady Wildflower on 11th March for an online burlesque workshop teaching the art of fan dancing!
Find Your Element home retreat is designed for women to deepen their self-knowledge, to understand and accept themselves the way they are!
Modern Nature is a new reading group and gardening club for queers, organised by Glasgow Artists Moving Image Studios (GAMIS) with Glasgow Seed Library, CCA.
Learn how to screen print and construct your own lampshade on this online course with Print Clan!
Join BIPC Glasgow for an online session exploring how to build an effective advertising strategy to reach your target audience at the right time and place!
Glasgow Short Film Festival returns (online) for a glorious 14th edition of boundary-crossing genre-defying new cinema between the 22nd and 28th March!
Spring forward with the Queen Margaret Drive Community this March as they host a fabulous Spring Fling festival featuring a range of fun and free online activities for all!
Siblings in degeneracy, the time is nigh to come together with Queer Theory as they present TRANSCENDENCE- a new digital festival of queer cabaret!
Join Glasvegas for an incredible live gig recorded in the legendary St Luke's, Glasgow especially for Be Kind Live!
The Dark Philosophers are a regular, open reading group which aims to bring the literature of Wales out of the shadows, join them for their next online meeting on April 21st!
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!
The Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (SMHAF), led by the Mental Health Foundation, will return from 3-23 May 2021 and explore the theme of 'Normality?'.
Pain Association Scotland run professionally-led monthly groups across Lanarkshire for people living with all forms of chronic pain.
Amazonia, Scotland's only indoor tropical rainforest, will be releasing a series of interactive, online lessons for school children who are studying from home due to the current lockdown restrictions.
Nine Community Boards have been established across North Lanarkshire allowing communities to play a crucial role in shaping the decisions that will affect them and where they live.
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.
Join the lovely Kate from KC Community Choir on CamGlen Radio for a new 5 week Singing Lessons block starting on Tuesday 2nd March!
Join Imagin Events for their virtual BIG FRIDAY NIGHT IN quiz in aid of registered charity Epilepsy Scotland on 5th March!
Stuart the Educational Gardener at Castlebank Horticultural Centre, Lanark will lead this virtual workshop on 'How to grow your own Veg, Fruit & Herbs at home' on 11th March!
Join Lanark Amateur Musical Society for a fabulous, fun afternoon at their virtual 'LADIES DAY' fundraiser on Saturday 13th March!
Join Get Outdoors Lanarkshire and learn all about the practice of Forest Bathing (Shinrin Yoku) and its many health benefits as well as the importance of nature connection in our lives.
Join Open Book and Paisley Library for an hour of shared reading on Wednesday mornings!
Join Paisley Arts Centre and Renfrewshire Leisure for a fantastic Out of Place digital programme of music, film, audio performance, visual arts, creative workshops and masterclasses!
Join Oak Tree Arts around their special online campfire on Sunday 7th March for some traditional storytelling, sing-along songs and get creative and make your own stories!
ReMode are co-hosting a series of events with Fashion & Sustainability Pioneer and Activist Kate Fletcher, join them on March 8th for a live lecture on Facebook!
ReMode are co-hosting a series of events with Fashion & Sustainability Pioneer and Activist Kate Fletcher, join them on March 8th for Fashion Mapping, Counting, Loitering.
'Searching for your Ancestors' is an online beginners Genealogy Course from The Urban Historian, sign up and learn how to research your family tree!
Join ReMode for a screening of The Sequel: What Will Follow our Troubled Civilisation? followed by 2 short films and a Q&A with an invited panel of guests.
ReMode are co-hosting a series of events with Fashion & Sustainability Pioneer and Activist Kate Fletcher, join them on March 9th for a hands on day of practice and participatory discussion.
Paisley Salvation Army Community Church presents special guests International Staff Songsters of The Salvation Army as part of a live event on Sunday 21st March!
Looking for a free educational activity for your child? Self Lab at Abertay University are currently running this online study for children aged 7 -11 years old in the Stirling area.
An online dance class aimed to get you moving and having fun. Suitable for ages 50+.
Families across Stirling will have the opportunity to enjoy a world of magic and adventure this week with the return of a fun-filled free book festival.
Join Macrobert Arts Centre for a virtual chat over breakfast as we take our regular monthly gathering, by and for our creative community, online!
Join the amazing and extremely knowledgeable Michaella for an interactive furniture upcycling event run by Transition Stirling on Saturday 6th March!
Join Transition Stirling on Tuesday 9th March for a free (or donation) screening of Guardians Of The Earth in conjunction with Take One Action Film Festival's Locals initiative.
Join Natasha for this monthly New Moon Circle where we will use the energies of the watery, intuitive, and, gentle Pisces New moon to embrace our self-love!
The 20th of March is the first day of spring and what better way to celebrate than to go foraging. Join Graham and Christine from Whitehouse Foraging for this workshop via Zoom!
Join Shambhala Yoga on Sunday 21st March, through the magic of zoom, to explore the practical and magical at this Spring Equinox Collective Gathering!
Join Natasha for her monthly full moon class and learn about the different cycles & energies of the moon to set intentions, release what no longer serves you and manifest the life you want.
Three lost souls make a break for freedom and embark on a journey of discovery. But it’s April 2020 and no journey is as simple as A to B - even to the front door.
Rubber Chicken Theatre is delighted to announce their lockdown season of show streaming in April/May.