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21 Oct 14

Peacock Visual Arts is the leading contemporary visual arts organisation in Aberdeen and the NE of Scotland, bringing artists and the public together through exhibitions‚ events‚ talks‚ residencies‚ film screenings‚ gigs and workshops to make and present art in exciting and innovative ways.

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October 2014

8thIntelligence Report: A Middle East/North African Film Season and Exhibition

<b>Saturday 4 October – Saturday 8 November 2014</b> Intelligence Report comprises the screening of six powerful new feature films from the Middle East and North Africa at the Belmont Filmhouse plus moving image installations by acclaimed artists <a href="">The Otolith Group</a> as well as experimental short films by seven artists, at Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen. Intelligence Report is organised by Jay Murphy, a writer and independent curator based in New York and New Orleans.

7thPeacock Visual Arts is Hiring!

We are looking for an enthusiastic and skilled Communications Manager to join our Aberdeen-based team. Applicants will have at least 2 years experience in a similar role, preferably in the arts and will have a clear interest in the industry. Closing date for applications is 5pm Tuesday 28 October 2014.

September 2014

25thPeacock Print Shop is LIVE!

Our new online shop, <a href="">Peacock Print Shop</a>, is now LIVE! To celebrate, we are exhibiting a selection of the prints that are available to buy. They have all been framed by our in-house framing department, in a range of styles, to show what we have available.

24thPeacock Visual Arts featuring in the Below another sky Exhibition at Aberdeen Art Gallery

This exhibition presents new work in print by 20 outstanding national and international artists commissioned by the Scottish Print Network. <a href="url">Find out more. </a>

3rdA new publication from Peacock Visual Arts

To accompany our current exhibition <a href="">Paintings as Arguments: Five Decades of Cultural & Political Change in Scotland</a> we have published a book by Alexander Moffat and Alan Riach. <a href="">Order now. </a>

August 2014

21stMAKE aberdeen continues! Already a member? Get 25% off annual membership if you join before the end of September 2014.

Join now to be part of the MAKE aberdeen community. Existing members - don't forget to sign up by the end of September to get your 25% discount.

July 2014

4thBook Now! Summer Workshops in July and August 2014

We have a variety of workshops available this summer, led by friendly, experienced and supportive tutors. All our courses are designed for beginners unless we let you know otherwise. Just bring yourself – all materials are included. Workshops are available in the following disciplines: <b>Screenprinting</b>, <b>Etching</b>, <b>Bookbinding</b> and <b>Screen Monoprinting</b> <a href="">Find out more</a> and book now to avoid disappointment.

May 2014

9thBuy Peacock Visual Arts prints on Artfinder

Are you thinking of investing in a fine art, limited edition print? Have a look at the range of Peacock prints for sale on Artfinder, where you can purchase work by Ralph Steadman, Barbara Rae, Adam Bridgland, Toby Paterson, Frances Walker and many more exceptional artists. <a href="">Browse away!</a>

February 2014

25thAdam Bridgland prints accepted into the Victoria and Albert Collection

Congratulations to Adam Bridgland, a number of whose works are now part of the Victoria and Albert Museum Collection, London.

January 2014

24thCultureLabel's Scottish Collection

We are very pleased to have work included in CultureLabel's 'The Scottish Collection', a curated collection of 10 works from each of 20 Scottish art organisations invited to participate. <a href="">Here it is!</a>