Multi-Arts Venues

Multi-Arts Venues supported by Screen Scotland.

Here you'll find a selection of the multi-arts venues supported by Screen Scotland and Creative Scotland.

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Alchemy exists to champion the development of independent arts and film related projects in the Scottish Borders region and throughout Scotland as a whole. It aims to advance the arts, by the practice, knowledge, understanding and appreciation of visual arts and film.

An Lanntair is a multi-arts venue – at one and the same time a contemporary art gallery, a theatre, a cinema, a dance studio, a concert hall, a platform for poetry and literature, a studio – every space stretched to showcase the arts in multiple forms.

CCA: Centre for Contemporary Art boasts a year-round programme includes cutting-edge exhibitions, film, music, literature, spoken word, festivals, Gaelic and performance. At the heart of all activities is the desire to work with artists, commission new projects and present them to the widest possible audience.

Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre (DCA) enables audiences, artists and participants to see, experience and create. With two large-scale gallery spaces, two thriving cinema screens, a print studio, an award-winning learning programme and a packed programme of events, workshops, classes and activities, DCA is one of the most successful multi-arts venues in the UK.

Eden Court Theatre in Inverness is a venue boasting two theatres, a cinema, bar and restaurant complete with exhibition and learning spaces which attract around 300,000 visitors each year.

Macrobert Arts Centre is the main arts venue for Stirling and the Forth Valley area, and a cultural hub for Scotland whose mission is to be a thriving arts centre for everyone. The cinema – The Norman McLaren Filmhouse – screens a year round programme of blockbusters, arthouse movies, classics, documentaries, world cinema and children’s films.

Shetland Arts runs Mareel and the Garrison Theatre in Lerwick and Bonhoga Gallery in Weisdale, and promotes a year round programme of music, craft, theatre, literature, visual arts, dance and film events.