Explore our spaces

There’s a wide array of classes, exhibitions, specialist and education workshops across the network of facilities, for all levels of ability. Our teams encourage everyone to visit and see what practical knowledge and guidance they can provide. How to support the making of art is central to each of Scotland’s Workshops. They belong to you.

Stills

Stills is a centre for photography based in the heart of Edinburgh. We offer exhibitions and production facilities as well as a range of engagement opportunities for anyone to discover, enjoy and understand photography.

Scottish Sculpture Workshop

Scottish Sculpture Workshop is a making facility set up to support learning, exchange and production, based within the rural village of Lumsden, North East Scotland. Our facilities, residencies, artist-led projects and international partnerships support artistic ambition on multiple levels and provide conditions to develop making in its plurality.

Peacock Visual Arts

Since 1974, Peacock Visual Arts has supported thousands of artists in the production of artworks, ranging from prints to video works, photography, performance and site-specific public installations. At its core lies the idea of the multiple, work that can be reproduced in a variety of formats, analogue and digital, reconfiguring the relationship between the artist, the artwork and the audience, which can be outlined simply as – making, learning and showing.

Street Level Photoworks

Street Level is a gallery and open access production facility dedicated to photography, based in the arts hub Trongate 103 in the Merchant City area of Glasgow. We provide inspiring encounters with photography for all; a place that is embedded locally and connected internationally; a creative setting to make, engage with and buy photography.

North Lands Creative

Located in the wild and dramatic landscape of Caithness on the North East Coast of Scotland, North Lands Creative is one of the world’s most prestigious centres for the study and development of glass as an art form, providing excellent facilities, opportunities and inspiration to artists working with glass from all over the world.

Glasgow Print Studio

Glasgow Print Studio was founded in 1972 as an artist led initiative providing facilities and workshop space to artists using fine art printmaking. Now, as an internationally acclaimed centre of excellence in fine art printmaking, Glasgow Print Studio promotes contemporary and innovative printmaking through supporting artists, exhibitions, learning and conservation.

Glasgow Sculpture Studios

Glasgow Sculpture Studios is the largest art production facility in Scotland, with specialist workshops in metalwork, woodwork, plaster, resin, ceramics and digital fabrication. Glasgow Sculpture Studios also provide studio space for artists working in these media and more, exploring what sculpture means today.

Edinburgh Printmakers

Edinburgh Printmakers is a centre for printmaking and the visual arts in Fountainbridge. It has a large light-filled printmaking studio, digital studio, darkroom, classes, two galleries, a shop selling original prints and handmade products, hire spaces for meetings, events or learning activities, a cafe, a courtyard and community garden.

Dundee Contemporary Arts

Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA) is an internationally renowned centre for contemporary art that enables audiences, artists and participants to see, experience and create. With two beautiful large-scale gallery spaces, two thriving cinema screens, a busy print studio, an award-winning learning programme, and a packed programme of events, workshops, classes and activities, DCA is one of the most successful arts organisations in the UK.

Highland Print Studio

Highland Print Studio is based in Inverness, Scotland, overlooking the lovely peaty waters of the River Ness. The organisation specialises in printmaking, alongside digital imaging and photography. Highland Print Studio’s users range from complete beginners to professional artists and through its education programme, the organisation works with schools and community groups across the Highlands.

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop is open to anyone interested in learning about or making sculpture. Located in the north Edinburgh community of Newhaven, ESW supports artists by providing subsidised studios, specialist facilities and training as well as a programme of commissions, artists in residence, courses and partnership projects.