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Society of Scottish Artists
Society of Scottish Artists 123rd Annual Exhibition


INSTALLATION, PROPOSALS AND PERFORMANCE SUBMISSIONS. Installation, site-specific, audio, audio-visual work, interactive works, performance, animation, and proposals for an unrealised work.

Artists from across the world are invited to apply to be part of the 123rd SSA Annual Exhibition, one of the largest shows of contemporary art in Scotland. We encourage ambitious new artwork created specifically for the space, or existing artwork that is re-purposed for this exhibition. Artists should submit in this category if your work is site-specific, has special installation or equipment requirements, is a performance, or an unrealised idea that you will only create if selected for the exhibition. The exhibition will take place at the Royal Scottish Academy from 1 November – 26 November 2020.

Entry Deadline: 31 May 2020 midnight  View Entry Requirements

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TIDES CHANGING


A Society of Scottish Artists members’ exhibition at Old Gala House.

The Society of Scottish Artists are delighted to announce a new collaboration with Live Borders in Old Gala House, Galashiels. 'Tides Changing' will be one of two consecutive exhibitions inspired by Scotland's coasts and waters. Scotland has 10,250 miles of stunning coastline. We are never, at any one point, far from the sea, lochs, canals or rivers. Our coasts and waters have always inspired artists, often eliciting responses that question our environmental sustainability and the impact on our precious natural resources. 'Tides Changing' is the second of a two-part Society of Scottish Artists members’ exhibition. This part of the exhibition will look at the immensity and beauty of our coasts and waters in and around Scotland. The exhibition will take place at Old Gala House from 11 July - 30 September 2020. Image: Charlotte Roseberry, Dark Wave. Oil on panel

Entry Deadline: 29 April 2020 midnight  View Entry Requirements

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CHANGING TIDES


A Society of Scottish Artists members’ exhibition at Old Gala House.

The Society of Scottish Artists are delighted to announce a new collaboration with Live Borders in Old Gala House, Galashiels. 'Changing Tides' will be one of two consecutive exhibitions inspired by Scotland's coasts and waters. Scotland has 10,250 miles of stunning coastline. We are never, at any one point, far from the sea, lochs, canals or rivers. Our coasts and waters have always inspired artists, often eliciting responses that question our environmental sustainability and the impact on our precious natural resources. 'Changing Tides' is the second of a two-part Society of Scottish Artists members’ exhibition. The exhibition will focus on the effects we are having on our coasts and waters and the harsh truths that are unfolding before us. The exhibition will take place at Old Gala House from 12 September - 31 October 2020. Image: David Cass, Spido (2019) Oil on Spido engine-oil sign

Entry Deadline: 29 April 2020 midnight  View Entry Requirements

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INSECTARIUM - FASCINATION AND FEAR


A Society of Scottish Artist Members exhibition celebrating natures crucial creatures.

A new collaboration with The Scottish Ornithologists’ Club (SOC) to offer the next exciting exhibiting opportunity for our members, including information and research days for SSA Artists with the National Museum of Scotland’s Entomology Collection. *UPDATE*: Exhibition dates: 22 May - 28 June 2021

Entry Deadline: 15 March 2020 Midnight  View Entry Requirements

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