Discover our exhibitions; past, present and future. Be inspired. Get involved.  

Each of our exhibitions is accompanied by a range of creative learning activities for you to get involved with. Whether you’d like to be the first to experience our new shows at our public previews or join in at one of our tours and talks, masterclasses and ‘marathons’, conferences and conversations – the choice is yours. We work hard to ensure that most of our events are free thanks to our funders, partners and supporters. Your kind donations will ensure we continue to provide you with opportunities to get inspired by!

WOMEN

First major survey of 60 works by 40 women artists from 20 countries selected from our museum collection.

Tours

Enjoy a curator’s tour of our current exhibition over coffee and croissant or wine and olives.

New Order, Other Spaces

Multi-site solo presentation from Jo Longhurst exploring the gymnastic body across photography, moving image and installation.

Virtual Walls | Real Walls

Madelon Hooykaas’ exclusive solo exhibition which continues until Thu 26 Jul.

Repertoire

An exhibition about the relationship of visual and performing arts, exploring the legacy of Jerzy Grotowski.

3G 2017

Join us as we build on the success of our inaugural 3G 2016 programme celebrating International Women's Day.

Encore

Join us for Encore as we continue to explore the relationship of visual and performing arts.

3G 2018

Since beginning in 2016, 3G celebrates International Women's Day showcasing the performative practice of women artists. 

#Letsendit

Join us for the public preview of #LetsEndIt, our 5th Annual Exhibition to mark World AIDS Day.

Events

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Threshold artspace | Perth Concert Hall

Marlene Millar

Dates:
Sat 29 Jun - Sat 30 Nov

Explore the first solo exhibition in a public institution by the multi-award-winning Canadian artist and filmmaker Marlene Millar

Moray House, Edinburgh + Dance Base, Edinburgh

Movement

Dates:
Fri 26 Jul - Fri 6 Dec

Enjoy this collective moving image homage to the pioneering contemporary dance diva Margaret Morris (1891–1980) created by Scottish and international contemporary visual artists and filmmakers Lewis Gourlay, Brian Hartley, Simon Fildes, Su Grierson, Katrina McPherson, Marlene Millar and Theresa Pickles whose works have been commissioned and acquired by Horsecross Arts for the Threshold artspace collection of contemporary art.  

Threshold artspace, Perth Theatre

Transient Spaces

Dates:
Tue 27 Aug - Wed 27 Nov

The first solo exhibition in a public institution by Bulgarian-born, Scottish visual and performance artist Katherina Radeva featuring prints, paintings, drawings and objects.