Children are being urged to draw pictures and write letters to care home residents to help them feel connected during the coronavirus pandemic.
Professor Mary Beard has been appointed a British Museum trustee – despite originally being rejected by Number 10 because of her pro-European views.
Three high-value paintings have been stolen in a burglary at Christ Church Picture Gallery, police said.
A north-east artist is bringing cheer to care home residents after creating a special mural for the ballroom wall.
Glasgow School of Art (GSA) has appointed Penny Macbeth as its new director following an international search.
A call has been made for north-east artists to take part in an initiative that will raise funds for a hospital project.
An early self-portrait by pop artist Sir Peter Blake referencing his unrequited love has been acquired for the nation.
A touring exhibition of 80 original artworks by Banksy is set to come to London.
An Aberdeen arts festival will encourage children to engage their creative side.
A number of roads are to be closed temporarily while a popular light festival takes place in Aberdeen.
It has taken more than 45 years, but 219 paintings thought lost or stolen – including some of the most significant works produced by Greek Cypriot artists – have gone on display.
An exhibition of work that explores displacement, trauma and loss is to go on display at a city university.
A rare 15th-century bust that was thought to have been lost has been discovered sitting on top of a cupboard in a National Trust house.
Some of the earliest works by artist and broadcaster Grayson Perry are to go on display for the first time in decades.
Schoolchildren’s drawings replaced the players on Everton’s team sheet for the club’s 2-2 draw against Newcastle.
A north-east artist plans to hold an auction to raise money for Australia’s bushfire crisis.
Botanical drawings are at risk of leaving the UK unless a buyer can be found to pay £2.5 million.
Art experts said they have determined that a stolen painting discovered hidden inside an Italian art gallery’s walls is Gustav Klimt’s Portrait Of A Lady.
A British artist has said he hopes the spectacular designs he created in the snow in America’s Rocky Mountains will make people more aware of the environment.
North-east artists are being urged to apply for a funded development programme.
An Aberdeen street art festival has left a “phenomenal legacy” that is free for anyone to access, use and enjoy, a lead organiser has claimed.
Leading figures from the arts and the world of politics have paid tribute to Alasdair Gray, who has died aged 85.
Renowned artist and author Alasdair Gray, hailed as a “genius” and “cultural trailblazer”, has died a day after his 85th birthday following a short illness.
Expressive artwork created by school pupils is on show at an Aberdeen hotel over the festive period.
A map which highlights the environmental impact of owning a voice assistant device has scooped a design award.
Titian’s Perseus and Andromeda is the first work that will ever be loaned by the Wallace Collection in its 119-year history.
A sculpture of 40,000 tiny terracotta figures by Sir Antony Gormley is on display – with the Angel Of The North sculptor calling it a “call to conscience”.
The National Gallery is asking the public to help raise the last £2 million it needs to buy a painting of “outstanding importance for the national heritage”.
An north-east art exhibition focused on sustainable energy is to begin next week.
Banksy has opened an online store, giving people the chance to apply to buy his artwork – including the Union Jack stab vest worn by Stormzy at Glastonbury this year.