Strange Horizons – Millie Frood
3 February – 6 May
Millie Frood is a name rarely mentioned when we talk about Scottish master painters. Nevertheless, her style and passion for painting should earn her a place among the greats. This exhibition brings together a collection of her work as well as oral history and objects from her life as an artist in Motherwell and beyond.
Glitz and Glamour – the Golden Age of Cinema in Scotland
25 May – 17 August
This colourful exhibition showcases artefacts from Scotland’s largest cinema collection, from picture house furnishings and vintage vending trays to ushers’ uniforms, film posters and movie magazines. So take a trip down memory lane and immerse yourself in the glamour of cinema’s golden age!
7 September – 29 October
North Lanarkshire’s Arts is proud to present an exhibition of work; video, film, photography, creative writing and sound-scape which revisits the context of Ravenscraig in the wake of its inclusion in the exhibition, A Fragile Correspondence…. the Lowlands component part of the 123rd Architectural Venice Biennale 2023.
Contributing (Scotland & Venice) artists will include; Hamshya Rajkumar, Frank McIlhenny and Amanda Thomson.
We look forward to also presenting an extending learning event alongside the exhibition which will create further dialogue around The Craig at a more local level, with a focus on its industrial past, current re-development and a re-imagined future.
Image credit: Kevin Elliot
North Pole Express
14 November 2024 – 18 January 2025
All aboard for some winter fun, featuring soft play, story corner and quizzes, plus a chance to dress up and drive a big wooden train, or find the pesky mice hiding in the exhibition. The North Pole Express is an enchanting exhibition for younger visitors and their carers.
A programme of themed activities for children and families accompanies each exhibition, please ask at Reception for details.