150 years young and setting off into the future. With Art however costs, voluntary help, selling, making ends meet, have never been easy as our History shows, so why should we expect any difference in the present climate. Challenges exist to be conquered. Set off into the future with us supporting this 150th Annual Exhibition by purchasing our Souvenir Catalogue, a book of raffle tickets hoping to win a prize towards a piece of Art on display, and seriously consider buying lifetime’s pleasure from the array in our Exhibition –… Read more Enjoy our 150th Annual Exhibition 2011 – Introduction from the Souvenir Catalogue →
Past Convenor Simon Laurie and Kelly Gallery Curator and Project Manager Lynne Mackenzie were on BBC Radio Scotland’s The Culture Cafe.
Top: General Consul Mr. Tarahara with Blair Thomson Bottom: Mr. Tarahara with RGI President Gordon Macpherson Photo credit: Heather Palmer THE WAY TO NORTHERN CHERRY BLOSSOMS Japan Earthquake and Tsunami… Read more Exhibition opened by Consul General of Japan and RGI President →
Help us celebrate the RGI’s 150th anniversary by coming along to the various events planned throughout this year. The RGI Kelly Gallery is hosting more exhibitions than ever now that our new Curator and Project Manager, Lynne Mackenzie, and Curatorial Assistant, Amy Marletta, are well and truly settled in. We also have Heather MacLeod working as press officer to raise awareness of the RGI. The Council is as active as ever, with the Tuesday Talks proving a sell-out, so it’s worth checking the website and our newly created Facebook for… Read more A message from Gordon Macpherson, RGI President →
The RGI are delighted to announce the new appointments of Lynne Mackenzie as our Kelly Gallery Curator and Project Manager, and also Amy Marletta as Curatorial Assistant. Both appointments commenced… Read more New Appointments →
RGI president Gordon Macpherson congratulated Glasgow born artist Susan Philipsz, click here to view newspaper article.
Sandy Papers, 2009 As an artist, Gordon Mitchell is completely focused in a practical sense, but he also admits to being something of a dreamer. Sandy Papers was imagined while… Read more Art Words: Gordon Mitchell →
One of my favourite sculptures is one of my last installations. It is called ‘Cosmic Reach’ and is sited up at the Lecht Ski Centre which is 2920ft above sea… Read more Art Words: George Wyllie →