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  • Course or workshop

    Your Art World | Modern

    Modern One

    Sat 25 May 2024

    11am - 12:30pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Lecture or talk

    In Focus | A Young Woman Standing at a Virginal by Vermeer (in person)

    National

    Tue 28 May 2024

    12:45 - 1:30pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Lecture or talk

    In Focus | A Young Woman Standing at a Virginal by Vermeer (online)

    Online via YouTube

    Tue 28 May 2024

    12:45 - 1:30pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Course or workshop

    Relaxed afternoons for adults (autism and learning disability friendly)

    Portrait

    Tue 28 May 2024

    2 - 3pm

    Free

    Cancelled

  • Our Friends
    Lecture or talk

    Robin Gillanders | Ian Hamilton Finlay and Collaborations

    National

    Tue 28 May 2024

    6 - 8pm

    £14, Friends and guests

    Booking essential

  • Tour

    Spin | Clearing: New Textile Work by Gail Turpin

    Mote 102

    Thu 30 May 2024

    6 - 7:30pm

    £10

    Booking essential

  • Drop-in event

    Family Fridays

    National

    Every Fri during term time
    10am - 12noon (ages 0–3) & 2 - 4pm (ages 4+)

    Free

    Free, drop-in

  • Course or workshop SOLD OUT

    Creative Educators' Network | Activism in art

    Modern One

    Sat 1 Jun 2024

    1 - 4pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Lecture or talk

    Milton Rogovin and the 1984-85 Miners’ Strike (in person)

    National

    Tue 4 Jun 2024

    12:45 - 1:30pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Lecture or talk

    Milton Rogovin and the 1984-85 Miners’ Strike (online)

    Online via YouTube

    Tue 4 Jun 2024

    12:45 - 1:30pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Music concert SOLD OUT

    Live Music Now | The Silver Keys

    National

    Thu 6 Jun 2024

    6 - 6:30pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Tour

    Scottish Art in Focus | Thematic Tours of the Scottish Collection

    National

    Second Saturday of the month
    3 - 3:30pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Special event

    Sensory-Friendly Sundays for families (autism and learning disability friendly)

    Portrait

    Sun 9 Jun 2024

    10:30 - 11:30am

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Lecture or talk

    How to Read Portraits (in person)

    National

    Tue 11 Jun 2024

    12:45 - 1:30pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Lecture or talk

    How to Read Portraits (online)

    Online via YouTube

    Tue 11 Jun 2024

    12:45 - 1:30pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Course or workshop SOLD OUT

    The Drawing Room | Women in Revolt!

    Modern Two

    Wed 12 Jun 2024

    5:30 - 6:45pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Course or workshop

    Creative Educators' Network | The Big Landscape

    Online via Microsoft Teams

    Thu 13 Jun 2024

    6 - 7:30pm

    Free

    Booking essential

  • Tour

    Inside Out | Edinburgh Old and New Walking tour (Friday)

    National

    Fri 14 Jun, 21 Jun or 13 Sep 2024
    11am - 1pm

    £15/12

    Booking essential

  • Tour

    Inside Out | Edinburgh Old and New Walking tour (Saturday)

    National

    Sat 15 Jun, 22 Jun or 14 Sep 2024
    11am - 1pm

    £15/12

    Booking essential

  • Course or workshop

    Visually Impaired Programme Online | Women in Revolt!

    Online via Zoom

    Wed 19 Jun 2024

    2 - 3:30pm

    Free

    Booking essential

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The National Galleries of Scotland cares for, develops, researches and displays the national collection of Scottish and international art and aims to engage, inform and inspire the broadest possible public.