• Meet the 2020 RGI Graduate Award Winners: Megan Squire

    The RGI Graduate Award is awarded to emerging artists at the GSA Degree show, in recognition of outstanding work. The three recipients, Charlotte Hayes, Megan Squire and Charlotte Elizabeth, are all recent graduates from The Glasgow School of Art (GSA). The winners, from the School of Fine Arts, were selected by the RGI artist judging panel which …

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  • Young Adults Photography Open Call

    Photography Open Call:  Year of Coasts and Waterways 2021 Got the photography skills to be part of a gallery exhibition? With the extended lockdowns due to the pandemic, the RGI would like to help everyone get outdoors and celebrate Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waterways. Do you have a favourite spot or location in Scotland …

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  • 2020 Winter Exhibition Announced!

    “In visual perception a colour is almost never seen as it really is – as it physically is……In order to use colour effectively it is necessary to recognize that colour deceives continually.” —Josef Albers The RGI Kelly Gallery are happy to announce the third exhibition of RGI members works for 2020. In reference to Josef …

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  • Window Works by Sean Ellcombe

    The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Arts invited Sean Ellcombe to produce a new solo show at the Kelly Gallery from the 23rd October until the 6th November 2020. Window Works is a series of new, large scale painting works by Ellcombe submerged into the gallery walls. About the artist: Ellcombe is a Glasgow born …

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  • ‘Embody without Burden: A Celebration of Motherhood’ exhibition

    ‘Embody without Burden: A Celebration of Motherhood’ exhibition will hold a Private View on the 7th March, 3-5pm at the RGI Kelly Gallery, 118 Douglas Street, Glasgow. All welcome! More info here. Artists include: • Chris Brook • Jane McCance  • Ian Dawber • Robert Murray  • Chelsie Dysart • Jennifer Watt • Nicola McInally • Thyme James …

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  • ‘Creating Connections’ Exhibition Launch

    ‘Visiting a foreign country for the first time made me realise that I subconsciously absorb everything around me when I am in unfamiliar surroundings. I am unaware of what in particular has affected me until it begins to appear in my work.’ – June Carey, 2019. Come along on the 18th January to help us celebrate our …

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  • Save the Date! January Exhibition announced

    The Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts (RGI) Kelly Gallery are excited to announce the first exhibition of 2020 in the newly refurbished Kelly Gallery – ‘Creating Connections’. In response to the troubled times which we live in, our first exhibition, ‘Creating Connections’, will highlight the international links of Scotland’s contemporary art scene. As a …

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  • The Turner Exhibition

    The Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts (RGI) Kelly Gallery are excited and proud to announce a unique exhibition of Turner Prize nominees. All of the artists featured in the exhibition have trained, at one point, at the esteemed Glasgow School of Art. All seventeen artists have been nominated for the prestigious Turner Prize including …

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  • Recipients of the RGI Graduate Award 2017 8th June – 6th July

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