The Auld Kirk has a varied and exciting programme of temporary exhibitions and related events throughout the year, as well as events such as Festival of Museums.
21 April to 9 June 2018
James Greer – Wood Engraver
James Greer was born in Glasgow’s Townhead in 1934, a stone’s throw from Glasgow School of Art which he attended from 1954-58.
Under the tutelage of Philip Reeves and Lennox Paterson he first developed his lifelong love of printmaking, in particular the exacting discipline of wood engraving.
All works are for sale.
Image: ‘La Guapa’ wood engraving by James Greer
16 June to 2 August
The Ships Nest
Port Sgibinis (Colonsay) – an island place explored on foot and in imagination.
Illustrated in sketchbooks and paintings, woodblock prints and glass.
Image: The Ships Nest by Sue C. Wilkinson
There is a small car park behind the museum which can be accessed via Peel Brae and additional parking is available behind the William Patrick Library on West High Street.
Tuesday to Saturday
10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm
Please note: The Auld Kirk Museum may be closed for installation or de-installation of exhibitions. Please telephone the museum on 0141 777 3013 to check opening times if visiting the museum outwith exhibition dates.