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350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD
  • Box office 0141 352 4900
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  • Opening times Galleries Tue–Sat 11am–6pm; Sun noon–6pm; closed Mon, but individual exhibitions may vary. General opening hours Mon–Sat 10am–midnight; Sun noon–midnight.
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Ceòl 's Craic Ceòl Mòr Ostaig

Ceòl Mòr Ostaig celebrates Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Scotland’s National Centre for Gaelic Language and Culture on the Isle of Skye. Our event features students from the BA (Hons) Gaelic and Traditional Music Degree programme who are joined by world-class staff and alumni for a fantastic night of Gaelic entertainment.

Griogair Labhruidh is the newest member of staff on the Gaelic and Traditional Music Degree programme at SMO . An award-winning Gaelic singer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and activist for Gaelic language and culture, Griogair is an innovative artist who combines traditional music with Hip Hop, Jazz, Funk and Soul.

An Cùrsa Ciùil / Sabhal Mòr Ostaig is the ever-evolving student ensemble from the BA (Hons) Gaelic and Traditional Degree programme. This year, an all female group will showcase the fantastic musicianship being developed at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig.

Angus and Eilidh MacKenzie with Murdo Cameron. The new duo of Angus and Eilidh MacKenzie will be joined by Murdo Cameron. Angus (pipes/whistle) and Murdo (bouzouki/guitar) are well known as part of ‘Gaelic supergroup’ Daimh. Eilidh (vocals/clàrsach) first came to notice as a member of the trail-blazing, all female group Dòchas.

Murdo L. We are delighted to announce the return of controversial performance poet Murdo L MacIver. The modern day Lewis bard will present a new collection of works reflecting the contemporary Gaelic zeitgeist.

Tha Ceòl Mòr Ostaig a’ comharrachadh Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Ionad Nàiseanta Cànan is Cultar Gàidhlig na h-Alba san Eilean Sgitheanach. Tha an tachartas againn a’ nochdadh oileanaich bho phrògram Ceum BA (Urram) ann an Gàidhlig is Ceòl Traidiseanta còmhla ri luchd-obrach agus alumni airson oidhche air leth de fhèisteas Gàidhlig.

Tha Griogair Labhruidh mar an neach as ùire de sgioba luchd-obrach prògram Ceum Gàidhlig is Ceòl Traidiseanta aig SMO . Mar sheinneadair Gàidhlig a choisinn mòran duaisean, riochdaire, neach-cluiche ioma-ionnsramaidean agus iomairtiche às leth cànan is cultar na Gàidhlig, tha Griogair na neach-ealain ùr-ghnàthach a tha a’ cothlamadh ceòl traidiseanta le Hip Hop, Jazz, Funk agus Soul.

Tha An Cùrsa Ciùil / Sabhal Mòr Ostaig na bhuidheann de cho-cheòltairean oileanach bho phrògram BA (Urram) ann an Gàidhlig is Ceòl Traidiseanta. Am-bliadhna, bidh buidheann mhnathan a’ mòr-thaisbeanadh nan sgilean ciùil mìorbhaileach a tha gan leasachadh aig Sabhal Mòr Ostaig.

Aonghas is Eilidh MacCoinnich le Murchadh Camshron. Còmhla ris an dithis ùr Aonghas is Eilidh MacCoinnich bidh Murchadh Camshron. Tha Aonghas (pìob / feadag) agus Murchadh (bouzouki / giotàr) làn aithnichte mar phàirt den ‘àrd-chòmhlan Gàidhlig’ Daimh. Thàinig Eilidh (guth / clàrsach) gu aire an toiseach mar bhall den bhuidheann bhoireannach, Dòchas.

Murdo L. Tha sinn air leth toilichte fàilte air ais a chur air a’ bhàrd chonnspaideach Murdo L MacÌomhair. Bidh am bard nuadh-aimsireil seo à Leòdhas a’ taisbeanadh cruinneachadh ùr de dh’obair a tha a’ nochdadh spiorad co-aimsireil na Gàidhlig.

18+

Sat 27 Apr
Theatre

£14 £1 booking fee (£10)

Cinemaattic Women Making Animation | Great Basque Animators + Q&A

Cinemaattic present a special programme of Basque Animation with Begoña Vicario and Izibene Oñederra, two of Spain's most prominent animators.

Join us for an evening discovering the rich animation tradition in Basque Country, where the sense of collectiveness, artistic freedom and a remarkable presence of women animators makes Basque Animation one of the most interesting in Europe

Multi award-winning directors Begoña Vicario and Izibene Oñederra join us in person, and will guide us through their artistic world, looking at classic and contemporary animation made in the Basque Country. Great animators flourish in Basque Country, with artistic animation proposals that link animation with other contemporary arts. Vicario and Oñederra are considered two of the greatest animators not just in Spain, but internationally and their films have been shown in Annecy, Zagreb’s Animafest, Animac or San Sebastian Film Festival and as part of retrospectives in leading arts centres such as MoMA and CCCB .

This event is part of Basque Spring, a film season organised by Cinemaattic, supported by Etxepare Basque Institute and part of the #ScotlandGoesBasque programme. More information via www.cinemaattic.com

Thu 2 May
Cinema

£6 £1 booking fee (£5)

Cryptic Nights iPad Quartet & Kris Halpin

Experience a musical performance presented and created by disabled musicians, giving a dynamic glimpse into inclusive technology, composition and performance in the 21st century.

Drake Music Scotland’s Digital Orchestra, which developed out of their Technophonia project in 2012, sees musicians pioneering innovative new ways of making music with laptops, iPads, digital synthesizers and wearable technology. In this performance, musicians from the orchestra will showcase a selection of this technology, which will be explored from multiple perspectives using live camera capture.

Throughout the evening, each work will be ‘unpacked’ with insightful discussions about how this technology is bridging gaps and enabling musicians to have physical control over their playing that would not be possible to this level using traditional instruments.

Thu 2 May
Theatre

£9 £1 booking fee (£6)

Cryptic Nights iPad Quartet & Kris Haplin

Experience a musical performance presented and created by disabled musicians, giving a dynamic glimpse into inclusive technology, composition and performance in the 21st century.

Drake Music Scotland’s Digital Orchestra, which developed out of their Technophonia project in 2012, sees musicians pioneering innovative new ways of making music with laptops, iPads, digital synthesizers and wearable technology. In this performance, musicians from the orchestra will showcase a selection of this technology, which will be explored from multiple perspectives using live camera capture.

Throughout the evening, each work will be ‘unpacked’ with insightful discussions about how this technology is bridging gaps and enabling musicians to have physical control over their playing that would not be possible to this level using traditional instruments.

Mon 29 Apr
Theatre

£9 £1 booking fee (£6)

Destination Wedding | KeanuCon

Destination Wedding Victor Levin, 2019, 1hr 26m

Frank (Keanu Reeves) and Lindsay (Winona Ryder) have a lot in common: they both hate the bride, the groom, the wedding, themselves, and most especially each other. For 72 hours, they are trespassers in paradise. But the weekend’s relentless events continually force them together, and if you fight with someone long enough, anything can happen. When the instinct to love proves very difficult to kill, they must decide which is stronger: their hearts or their common sense.

We are delighted to close KeanuCon 2019 with the UK premiere of Destination Wedding, which is on general theatrical release on 10 May 2019.

This screening is for KeanuCon Weekend Pass, Sunday Pass and Bill & Ted Double Bill ticket holders - no additional ticket required.

Thanks to Vertigo Releasing, Film Hub Scotland and Williams Bros. Brewing Co.

Sun 28 Apr
Theatre

Prices to be confirmed

DOCMA The Documentary Game - Launch Event

You are invited to the official launch of DOCMA .

DOCMA is an open source game that allows filmmakers to make docs together. It’s a way of inspiring a community of filmmakers and doc-lovers from around the world to meet, play and network.

So whether you enjoy watching documentaries, want to have a shot at making one or have been in the industry for 20 years, come see what DOCMA is all about.

Join us for an evening of screenings from our growing DOCMA archive, find out more about the DOCMA model and how you can get involved.

The event will be followed by a drinks reception at the Saramago Cafe Bar.

Thu 2 May
Cinema

£6 £1 booking fee (£4)

Luminate / LGBT Health and Wellbeing Return to the Closet?

Since November 2018 older members of the LGBTQI + community have been working with film artist Glenda Rome. They have explored what it means to be older, to be part of the community, what ‘care’ means to them and how they might make a film about it.

Please join us for this film screening, all about the LGBTQI + community’s needs and aspirations, visions of care, and what their future looks like. The film will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers

Wed 1 May
Cinema

£3 £1 booking fee

LUX Scotland Now & Next Round 3 – Application Advice Sessions

Now & Next is a commissioning scheme for artists based in Scotland that will nurture and showcase emerging creative voices, as well as offer established artists a chance to try something new through a series of short artists' films.

Sign up for a 20-minute advice session to discuss any aspect of your project idea and application with Nicole Yip (Director, LUX Scotland) at the CCA , Glasgow. For those unable to get to the CCA , please see the sessions available via Skype on 7 May with Benjamin Cook (Director, LUX ).

Wed 1 May
Cinema

Free but ticketed

POSTPONED Paragon Music Beat It

Please note that this event has been postponed until May

Beat It gives adults the opportunity to jam and learn to play musical instruments whilst socialising and meeting new friends in an inclusive setting. Workshops are designed to support participants in experimenting with music and instruments and build confidence in their own musical abilities, with regular performances throughout the year. Sessions will be led by a group of Paragon musicians who are professionally trained practitioners in supporting people that have access requirements.

18+

Tue 30 Apr
Clubroom

£6

POSTPONED Paragon Music Mindful Drumming

Please note that this event has been postponed until May

Join Paragon musicians for an afternoon of Mindful Drumming lead by Gameli Tordzro - a regular inclusive music session for adults focused on mental health and wellbeing. Enjoy tapping into your natural rhythms in a creative and supportive environment whilst socialising and meeting new friends.

Workshops are designed to support participants in experimenting with music and instruments and build confidence in their own musical abilities, with regular performances throughout the year. Sessions will be led by a group of Paragon musicians who are professionally trained practitioners in supporting people that have access requirements.

18+

Tue 30 Apr
Clubroom

£6

Shadi Habib Allah: Free Rein

An exhibition exploring the legacy of government welfare and the hidden economy of corner shops.

Fri 26 Apr

Free

Sat 27 Apr

Free

Sun 28 Apr

Free

Tue 30 Apr

Free

Wed 1 May

Free

Thu 2 May

Free

Fri 3 May

Free

Sat 4 May

Free

Sun 5 May

Free

Tue 7 May

Free

Wed 8 May

Free

Thu 9 May

Free

Fri 10 May

Free

Sat 11 May

Free

Sun 12 May

Free

Tue 14 May

Free

Wed 15 May

Free

Thu 16 May

Free

Fri 17 May

Free

Sat 18 May

Free

Sun 19 May

Free

Tue 21 May

Free

Wed 22 May

Free

Thu 23 May

Free

Fri 24 May

Free

Sat 25 May

Free

Sun 26 May

Free

Tue 28 May

Free

Wed 29 May

Free

Thu 30 May

Free

Fri 31 May

Free

Sat 1 Jun

Free

Sun 2 Jun

Free

Sonic Bothy Ensemble Immediate Buzz Shift

Sonic Bothy Ensemble is an award winning inclusive new and experimental music ensemble that explores, composes and performs in Glasgow and across Scotland. Rooted in improvisation and incorporating an eclectic range of influences including electroacoustic, minimalist, jazz, dance, new contemporary music and music theatre, Sonic Bothy’s music is always evolving. The group’s diverse and expanding instrumentation includes harmonium, glass instruments, percussion, violin, voice, found materials and piano.

Sonic Bothy’s members include musicians with and without an additional learning support need, some of whom are current performers in Scotland’s new and experimental music scene.

In recent years Sonic Bothy Ensemble has become a regular fixture in programmes at CCA , Mono and GIO Fest, with past performances that include Counterflows and Aberdeen’s Sound Festival.

Fresh from the launch of their first album in February 2019, Sonic Bothy Ensemble returns to CCA to perform a programme of new work created between spring and winter 2018-19.

All of Sonic Bothy’s performances are relaxed, welcoming audience members of all abilities.

Fri 26 Apr
Theatre

£6 £1 booking fee (£4)

SUPERLUX One-on-One Advice Sessions Glasgow with Sharlene Bamboat & Alexis Mitchell

Seeking advice on your work, future projects or spaces to display? Attend a one-on-one session in Glasgow with artists Sharlene Bamboat and Alexis Mitchell.

These one-hour sessions are for Scotland-based artists working with moving image and who are no longer in full-time education. These informal sessions are aimed at developing a wide-ranging dialogue around your practice, including discussing your work, exhibition possibilities, funding and production advice.

Please note that priority will be given to artists who haven’t participated in a one-to-one session within the last six months.

Sun 28 Apr

Free but ticketed

University of Glasgow Post Digital Day

The term ‘post-digital’ is one that is ubiquitous in descriptions of both theoretical and practical research carried out across the range of subject areas comprising the University of Glasgow’s College of Arts. ‘Post-digital’ is variously understood as a term that signifies the period after the digital has become intertwined in all aspects of life, including the artistic, the economic, the political, the biological and the social. However, the term itself potentially bears further interrogation, at a point in time when its currency and usefulness across a range of disciplines begins, in some cases, to decline, and the apparently nebulous application of the term to practice, process and discourse therefore warrants closer scrutiny.

Held at Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Art, to encourage participation from the broader arts community in Glasgow, we present a practice-based research day that combines symposium-style activities with a live performance event, bringing together scholars and practitioners from across the school, college and further afield. Eschewing traditional paper sessions, we present idiosyncratic, ‘post-digital’ responses to current themes from a range of disciplinary perspectives.

Fri 26 Apr
Clubroom

Free but ticketed

Cca

CCA is a direct descendant of the Third Eye Centre, Glasgow's avant-garde headquarters in the 70s and 80s. CCA commissions and presents new work by Scottish artists, as well as showing work by major international figures. A broad attitude to programming means that you'll also find dance performances, concerts, kids' acting workshops and a general emphasis on openness and inclusivity. Saramago café bar offers beers, wines, snacks and light meals.

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