Community consultations have taken place over the installation of a sculpture in an Aberdeen community.
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.
Artists are being sought to help get a sculpture installed in the heart of an Aberdeen community.
Dons and Scotland legend Willie Miller has been immortalised as Scotland’s favourite son as part of a national fundraising campaign.
A sculpture symbolising the old and the new in a north-east community has been unveiled – by a very special guest.
A mystery north-east artist dubbed the “Stoney Banksy” has stepped out of the shadows for the first time.
People are being offered the chance to be immortalised on a unique Oor Wullie sculpture in Aberdeen – all to raise money for charity.
Work has started to create five new sculptures which will mark the 50th anniversary of a north-east community.
The UK’s largest cast bronze sculpture is being unveiled after two years in the making.
An artist is creating the UK’s largest cast bronze sculpture – so huge that when he is lying down he is the same size as one of its feet.
Plans for a set of four sculptures to be placed on Aberdeen’s Broad Street have been shelved due to safety fears.
Residents have been given the first glimpse of a new sculpture.
Four new sculptures designed by north-east students will be featured in Aberdeen city centre this summer.
Hands off our artwork!
An Aberdeenshire community has finally chosen an artist to answer its creative question.
A new video has been released showing another look at work on a major new statue planned for Marischal Square.
Church bells, electronic signs and giant sculptures that listen all form part of Aberdeen’s Look Again festival
The launch of Scotland's fastest growing contemporary art festival has been hailed by organisers for creating a "buzz" around the Granite City.
An enormous figure of a First World War soldier has been created from scrap metal to commemorate those who paid the ultimate sacrifice – dying for their country.
IT WOULD be as tall as a wind turbine, finished in stainless steel and shimmer with reflected light - a symbol of the North-east's dynamism.