It is a story of survival and the strength of the human spirit, even in the most harrowing of circumstances.
Young people in Aberdeen are being encouraged to take part in a new art project documenting life in 2020.
The new dates and artists for a prestigious art show coming to Aberdeen have been announced.
An Aberdeen art school's annual degree show has moved online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A man unable to work at sea due to the pandemic has penned a children’s story about life in lockdown.
The doors of the National Gallery are shut – but audiences are being invited to “step inside” colour palettes instead.
A north-east woman considered the “Bervie Banksy” has brought her local community together by hiding painted stones around the area for youngsters to find.
Coming from an artistic family, it was no surprise that Rachel Jackson became a medical illustrator – but today, she is studying dentistry and combining all of her passions.
Part of the Aberdeen Art Gallery collection has been made available so people working from home can brighten up their video calls during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A stunning metal sculpture of a World War 2 plane has appeared in a north-east town.
A north-east man is bringing cheer to his community by encouraging youngsters to get involved in an art project.
As I write, I’ve spent pretty much the last five weeks living within my own four walls. I think we would all agree that the experience is challenging, to say the least.
Aberdeen beach has been transformed this morning with a mural to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
An Aberdeen street artist has transformed one of his children's bedrooms with a big cat scene.
Curators at the National Gallery are hoping to give people an art education from their living rooms.
An Aberdeen marine firm has created a massive rainbow made out of balloons to show their support for NHS and healthcare workers.
Damien Hirst has created his own rainbow art.
A north-east artist is calling on Aberdonians and Norwegians to document and submit their lockdown experiences for a special project.
As we grapple with the coronavirus outbreak in these unprecendented times, measures such as “social distancing” have become a prominent feature of everyday life.
Professor Mary Beard has been appointed a British Museum trustee – despite originally being rejected by Number 10 because of her pro-European views.
A north-east artist is bringing cheer to care home residents after creating a special mural for the ballroom wall.
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.
An exhibition of work that explores displacement, trauma and loss is to go on display at a city university.
Some of the earliest works by artist and broadcaster Grayson Perry are to go on display for the first time in decades.
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.