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We have two galleries associated with this year’s event across the region. Find out more here…

G1 Kirkcudbright Galleries

Kirkcudbright Galleries

St Mary Street, Kirkcudbright DG6 4AA

Kirkcudbright Galleries is a regional art gallery of national significance. The Galleries opened in June 2018: a high quality, architect-designed venue, presenting the story of Kirkcudbright’s art heritage in an innovative and engaging way alongside a varying temporary historical and contemporary exhibition programme. The exciting range of displays on offer ensures that visitors and local people return to the gallery time and again, each time seeing something new. Kirkcudbright Galleries is open all year and attracts around 50,000 visits per year. The site is run by Dumfries and Galloway Council Arts and Museums service.

The site also hosts the Kirkcudbright Galleries Café which is a local enterprise and has proven to be popular.

Directions: Kirkcudbright Galleries is situated opposite the church and beside the bowling green. The main car park in Kirkcudbright is in the Harbour Square, from which the Galleries is only a 5 minute walk away.

10% discount for Friends of Spring Fling during the Open Studios weekend.

T: 01557 331276

G2 Cample Line

Cample Line

Cample Mill, Cample, Thornhill DG3 5HD

We are an independent arts organisation and public gallery located in Cample. We present a year-round programme of exhibitions, screenings, workshops, and events, sharing the work of contemporary artists, filmmakers and writers from across the world with our local communities and beyond.

Over Spring Fling 2024, visitors will be able to catch Gabriella Boyd’s exhibition at CAMPLE LINE. Entitled ‘Press’, the exhibition will include fourteen new paintings made by Gabriella for the exhibition alongside five recent works from 2023. Gabriella’s paintings give visual form to internal sensations, memories, narratives and spaces as things that we hold in the mind, elaborating what she has referred to as the ‘space between our physical experience of the world and our mental understanding of it’. It is, she says, a ‘messy territory’ in which she seeks out ‘tenderness, humour and discomfort through paint’. Gabriella Boyd (b 1988, Glasgow) lives and works in London.

Directions: We are located 2 miles south of Thornhill and about 14 miles north of Dumfries. Cample is signposted from the A76 exiting south from Thornhill. We are at Cample Mill 1.5 miles from the A76, adjacent to Cample rail viaduct.

T: : 01848 331000


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