SAVE THE DATE: Two Previews this January

    ​Get the following date in your diary, Thu 29 January 2015 Why? Because we have two previews of exhibitions by Laura Aldridge in Tramway 2 and James Rigler in Tramway 5. Admission is free and you can drop in any time between 7 and 9pm. See you

    And we have a name

    ​News just in . . . Award winning theatre company and Tramway favourites Junction 25 have released that their new show, opening at Tramway later in March, will be called 5.9 million We will be in interviewing the cast soon so watch this

    Dance International Glasgow is now live!

    ​Love to watch dance? Talk about dance? Learn dance? Or do you just like to . .well dance! Check out Dance International Glasgow - a new biennial dance event for Glasgow and Scotland.  From end of April - beginning of June there will be events that will make you laugh and cry, question...

    Jessica Ramm Preview

    ​Friday 13 March! Get that date in your diary as we have another preview we would like to see you at Artist Jessica Ramm presents her new work Earth Rise in our Tramway 5 space. Feel free to drop in anytime betweem 7 and 9 pm. RSVP to our Facebook event

    Cafe and Hidden Gardens Closed Friday 12 June

    Posted on 09 June 2015 in News

    ​Please note that the Tramway Cafe and Hidden Gardens will be closed to the public on Friday 12 June for an event. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause. The venue will be open as normal from Saturday 13

    A brief history of the Turner Prize

    Backgrou​nd The Turner Prize is awarded to a British artist under 50 for an outstanding exhibition or other presentation of their work in the preceding year.  Every other year, the prize leaves Tate Britain and is presented at a venue outside London. For 2015, that venue will be Tramway in...

    Take your Turn (er)

    ​When it comes to visual art, Tramway has always been about participation as much as exhibition, so it is not surprising that the Turner Prize 2015 exhibition, open from 1 October, is accompanied by an ambitious public programme that has been months in the making. Interested visitors might start...

    Sonica 2015 at Tramway

    We're no stranger to Sonica, the world-class sonic arts programme, having hosted its launch back in 2012. So we’re delighted to see the return of the programme this year, running from 29 October to 8 November in venues across Glasgow - including Tramway. What's on at TramwayOn 29 October, Tramway...

    Something 'Old', Something New

    ​It is fairly well known that if you want to be in the running for the Turner Prize, you need to be (a) a British artist and (b) making waves in the world of contemporary visual art. Less well known is that artists can only be nominated if they are under 50. It’s a notable proviso, which may cause...

    Marion North Mentoring Awards

    ​We are very pleased to announce that Tramway is partnering with the Bonnie Bird Choreography Fund for the next Marion North Mentoring Awards.The Marion North Mentoring Awards are part of The Bonnies awards and give new and emerging choreographers the opportunity to gain invaluable advice, support...

    Little Red - on the road to Tramway

    ​Turns out wolves, unlike grannies, don't like cake. And they're not much good at knitting either. We've been invited to attend an early rehearsal of Little Red, a new production by Barrowland Ballet which will premiere at Tramway this December. The company have performed at Tramway before (with...

    Guest Blog - Turner Prize: A Volunteer's View

    ​Rachel Boyd, a Volunteer Arts Assistant, muses on her experience of the Turner Prize exhibitionArt can simplify as much as it may stimulate our thoughts. It reduces our senses to a base, reactionary instinct of how we first perceive our environment. As a curatorial space, galleries are...