Jan - Apr 2014 season announced

    ​Tramway is here to ensure your new year gets off to a great start with a programme filled with contemporary visual art, film screenings, performances and workshops. We kick off in style with a film screening by Turner Prize 2013 winner Laure Prouvost and the visual arts season continues at the...

    Families wanted for a free dance event

    British Dance Edition 2014 comes to Tramway later this month and we are offering families the opprotunity to attend a FREE exclusive preview of, Curious Seed on Sat 1 February at 11am  (no late entry). There are only limited places and they are offered on a first come first served basis....

    Laure Prouvost screening sold out

    Posted on 20 January 2014 in News

    We have now sold out the film screening on 22nd January. We have another film screening in association with ICA by Aurélien Froment  on 20th February and tickets are still

    Junction 25 announces new show's title

    Tramway's own award-winning performance makers Junction 25 today announced the title of their new piece of work, which will have its world premiere here on 28 and 29 March. I'd rather humble than hero will examine and deconstruct celebrity and who we chose to hold up as heroes. Tickets are...

    Sarah Lucas preview this evening

    A gentle reminder that the preview for the Sarah Lucas exhibition takes place this evening. The exhibition opens proper tomorrow and runs until Sun 16 March. Drop in anytime between 7 and 9pm tonight and be the first to see this retrospective of Lucas' work. More

    A behind the scenes look at Whirlygig

    Rip it Up is the banner under which Tramway supports and presents new work by a variety of artists.  This season's Rip it Up programme begins with Whirlygig. Musician and composer, Daniel Padden has brought together a team of talented performers to develop a rather chaotic and energetic...

    Vacancy for Tramway and GoMA

    ​Tramway and GoMA (Glasgow Arts) Freelance Public Engagement Assistant Glasgow Arts is seeking an enthusiastic and proactive workshop and engagement assistant, with excellent knowledge of contemporary artists and art practice in Scotland, to support the delivery of an ambitious youth...

    It's getting hot in here

    Sarah Lucas' first major exhibition in Scotland has seen one of the busiest previews Tramway's ever had and has got tongues wagging around Glasgow - but now it has got really hot.The hydraulics in the giant 'Wanking Arm' have been getting a bit warmer than we'd like so we've had to grant the...

    Visitor reactions to Sarah Lucas exhibition

    The highly anticipated exhibition by Sarah Lucas previewed at Tramway 30th January 2014. Thanks to everyone who stopped and talked to us. Click here to watch a selection of the visitor reactions filmed. The exhibition runs until 16th March and more information can be found

    Sarah Wright preview this Friday

    Preview Fri 14 February 7 - 9pm. A part of Rip it Up (new work supported and presented by Tramway) we warmly invite you to the preview of temporarily held, the new exhibition by Sarah Wright.   Sarah Wright creates print installations that explore a rhythmic language of images, borrowing from...

    Watch the trailer for Glory

    A major new performance comes to Tramway next month as part of the Commonwealth Games Culture 2014 programme. Glory features a cast of over 40 professional and non professional dancers who will fill Tramway 1 with an epic piece created by Janice Parker (Private Party) and Richard...

    Sarah Wright artist talk cancelled

    Posted on 26 February 2014 in News

    The advertised artist talk by Sarah Wright on Sun 2 March has been cancelled This is due to unforseen circumstances and we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. The Sarah Wright exhibition ends this Sunday. More information can be found

    Audience reactions to Glory

    Posted on 06 March 2014 in News

    Glory previewed last night to rapturous applause. Audiences were led behind the scenes, not just of the performance, but of Tramway itself! The piece then culminated in a large-scale performance which filled the whole of the Tramway 1 space. To see the audience reactions click here. Glory runs...

    LAST CHANCE TO SEE Sarah Lucas

    You only have until this Sunday 16 March to see the major retrospective by Sarah Lucas in our main gallery (Tramway 2). The show was given a 4 star review by The Scotsman's Moira Jeffrey "Despite its adult content, Lucas’s art retains that child-like handling of materials and...

    We interview Junction 25 about their new performance

    Tramway is very very proud to be the home of Junction 25 and we are very excited to present the world prmiere of their new performance i'd rather humble than hero 28 & 29 March 2014. We interupted their rehearsals to find out more about the show and the first question was - what does i'd...

    SAVE THE DATE Glasgow International Preview at Tramway

    Glasgow International, the world-renowned biennial festival of contemporary art, returns this April 2014. Tramway is proud to be a participating venue hosting two exhibitions by Bedwyr Williams and Michael Smith. Why not join us for an exclusive preview on Fri 4 April 6 - 9pm. Drop in anytime - all...

    Glasgow International opens at Tramway

    Glasgow International comes to Tramway this week with exhibitions by two acclaimed artists, Bedwyr Williams and Michael Smith. Both exhibitions preview Fri 4 April 6 - 9pm and all are welcome -rsvp to the Facebook event here. Both artists will be in conversation with Mark Beasley and also...

    Easter 2014 Opening Hours

    Posted on 16 April 2014 in News

    Tramway will be closed Monday 21 April. We will be open as normal Sat 18 & Sun 19 Aprill. Our Glasgow International exhibitions are open 12 noon - 6pm and are free entry. Don't forget our Family Day returns this Sunday. The activities will be inspired by Glasgow International and there...