Naked Aye Events Programme

We are delighted to announce our programme of events, with further details on residencies and workshops to follow.

Please visit our Facebook Page for more information and regular updates about these nights.

All events are Free Entry and based at St. Margaret’s House, 3rd floor galleries. After-Parties on 3rd & 16th October, from 10pm at the Safari Lounge.

Naked Aye Art – Opening Night – Shapes that Shift Desire Saturday 3rd October, 7 -10 pm. Safari Lounge After-Party with DJ Joe Malik.

Naked Aye Art – Shapes that Shift Desire Multi-Arts Group Exhibition
3rd – 18th October open daily 10 am – 6pm at St. Margaret’s House

Ten Red Plus – Poetry Night with Kevin Cadwallendar & friends
Friday 9th October, 6.30pm

A night of eclectic, poetic and musical takes on what shakes and shifts our desires, with ten performers showcasing works.

Shapes that Shift Desire: Creative Film Screening & Discussion with James Mooney
Saturday 10 October, 6.30pm

A night for turning spectators into active participants and engaging with film through sketches, poetry & discussion. Led by Filmosophy curator and Film Lecturer James Mooney.

Shapes that Shift Desire: Aye! Def – Film Night of selected short films
Wednesday 14 October, 7pm

A night of creative short films on desire, ranging from comedy to experimental, animations to non-narrative documentary, low or high def. Curated by Paul Maguire.

Naked Aye Art – Closing Night – Shapes that Shift Desire
Closing Night on Friday, 16th October 7 – 10 pm with live performances. Safari Lounge After-Party with Live DJ set from 10pm.

Naked Aye multi-arts exhibition, with visual arts at its centre, is a group show with works by Scotland-based artists, engaging and playing with the creative and subversive energies of desire connected to the human figure. It includes paintings and performance, installations and film, spoken word and drawings, sculpture, photography, music and more.

What moves us to create? What moves you to play? Let’s explore how shapes can shake us, what shapes shift our desire.


Author: Naked Aye Art

A collective of Scotland-based artists, with a common interest in exploring the shapes and stories of people and their bodies in our art.

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