LUX Scotland is delighted to present Rachel Maclean's Hit Me Baby (2007) to view online for the month of October as part of the ONE ARTIST | ONE WORK series.
Join artist and writer Calum Sutherland, writer Kiah Endelman Music of Nothing Personal Magazine and members of the LUX Scotland team for two writing workshops as part of our Aberdeen programme.
(Im)material worlds: tracing creative practice, histories and environmental contexts in artists’ moving image from Southeast Asia and the UK.
Curators Eoin Dara, Ellen Grieg and the committee of Rhubaba Gallery and Studios respond to five set questions on the subject of ‘commissioning artists’ moving image’.
We are delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2022 Margaret Tait Award.
wūûūwūûū by Rae-Yen Song, commissioned as part of Now & Next in 2020, screened on BBC Four on 12 December 2021 as part of Animated Shorts: BBC Introducing Arts and is now available to watch on BBC iPlayer.
LUX Scotland and Tramway’s annual Artists’ Moving Image Festival (AMIF) provides a platform for the discussion and presentation of artists’ moving image.
The Margaret Tait Award is Scotland's most prestigious moving image prize for artists, inspired by the pioneering Orcadian filmmaker and poet Margaret Tait (1918–99).
The Margaret Tait Residency provides an opportunity for artists working with film and moving image to develop their practice, in partnership with the Pier Arts Centre, Orkney.