LEAP IN TIME: Erich Salomon & Barbara Klemm

7 Feb 2015 - 5 Apr 2015

LEAP IN TIME is an exhibition of work by two German photographers: Erich Salomon and Barbara Klemm. Working primarily as photojournalists, both have produced unique documentary images of their...

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Anna Atkins Ptilota Sericea, (circa 1843) cyanotype © CSG CIC Glasgow Museums Co

Anna Atkins: Cyanotypes & Margaret Watkins: Advertising Photography

25 Apr 2015 - 12 Jul 2015

Stills will present a two-person exhibition showcasing historically important work by Anna Atkins (1799-1871) and Margaret Watkins (1884-1969), who made...

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kennardphillipps ‘Here Comes Everybody’

31 Jul 2015 - 24 Oct 2015

Here Comes Everybody is an exhibition of work by kennardphillipps, the collaborative practice of London-based artists Peter Kennard and Cat Phillipps. It will consist of a large...

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The 2015 Jill Todd Photographic Award

6 Nov 2015 - 17 Jan 2016

Stills will host the annual Jill Todd Photographic Award for the first time. The award aims to promote early careers in photography and is open to all photography graduates in Scotland, Northern...

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News and Opportunities

A valuable opportunity for emerging photographers.

Talks & Events

Friday, 27 March 2015
Join us at Stills to celebrate the launch of Greta Kirkwood Andresen’s Sands of Time. In collaboration with Word Power Books.

Stills Publications

SaD cover

Chloe Dewe Mathews' Shot at Dawn is available to buy online and in Stills. *Special exhibition price of £35.00, available in the gallery only. For any enquiries please email here.

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Artists Residencies

We’re delighted to welcome Mhairi Law and Sam Wood to Stills as the 2014 Graduate Artists. Both recent graduates from Napier University, Edinburgh, find out more about their practice and plans for the forthcoming year.

Group Visits

Stills can provide gallery tours, training workshops and professional development for all levels.

Scotland and Migration

Scotland and Migration is an online archive using photography to trace people's experince of migration to Scotland.

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