Whether you are looking for space to hold your own exhibition or places to see local and international talent, Dundee’s diverse range of exhibition spaces has something for everyone.
A non-profit, artist-run exhibition and project space that has been critical for artists to show, discuss and develop their artistic practice over the last two decades. Run entirely by volunteers, GENERATORprojects facilitate an exciting cultural programme of exhibitions and events. Their committee strives to highlight the importance of grassroots activity and its imperative role in sustaining and developing the careers of emerging artists. @GENERATORprojects
A collaborative partnership between DJCAD and the School of Life Sciences that engages artists and scientists in cross-disciplinary collaborations. Their gallery in the School of Life Sciences building hosts a regular exhibition programme alongside public workshops and events. @lifespacedundee
Home to Dundee Art Society, the Roseangle Gallery hosts a regular programme of exhibitions alongside Dundee Art Society’s extensive programme of talks, workshops, and classes including weekly life drawing sessions. Anyone can become a member of Dundee Art Society with discounts for students and families. The gallery space is also available to rent. @dundeeartsociety1890
The University of Dundee Museums offers a year-round public exhibition programme across four spaces; The Lamb Gallery, Tayside Medical History Museum, Tower Foyer Gallery and the D’arcy Thomson Zoology Museum. With a multitude of subjects, the exhibitions are often connected to Dundee and its history in interesting and unusual ways. @uodmuseums
A non-institutional arts venue based in Dundee’s much loved Keiller Centre. Consisting of a repurposed nappy vending machine, Volk Gallery is hung in a publically accessible location with a rotation of products dispensed at a set price of £3 each. Works are created by commissioned artists and change monthly. @galleryvolk