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Past exhibitions

The Little Art Hub opened on 21st March 2024. 
We began as we intend to go on:
with a wholehearted celebration of art.
Our opening featured an exhibition of work from artists involved in launching the space.

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"Wild Lines", an exhibition of painting and installation featuring local artists Caroline Mordue, Anna King and Emily Moir. A love of the landscape of the Scottish Borders, from the mundane to the sublime, lies at the heart of each artist's practice; the exhibition reflects this - inviting the viewer to see this familiar landscape from a different perspective.

Past events

Screenshot 2024-05-14 at
Japanese Tea Ceremony performed
by Mana Iwata
in Little Art Hub, Sunday 21st April 2024

At the start of June 2024, we displayed the brand new Borders Together Tartan in our window for all to see. Co-created with over 700 people from the Scottish Borders, this locally woven tartan is the culmination of the Scottish Borders 'Remembering Together' project––a project led by Alister Lownie and Katherina Radeva from Two Destination Language.   To explore the project follow @tartan.together @2destlang

Past workshops 


We frequently run workshops, open to all. Keep an eye on our social media pages for further details and be sure to sign up to our Mailing list!

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Transform Arts CIC held another exciting drop- in day of creativity for all ages. Participants were be able to  screenprint unique designs onto clothes using a traditional screen and ink, giving them a new lease of life and saving them from landfill .. and hopefully this helps reduce the need to buy new stuff!   We are grateful for funding from the Scottish Borders Climate Action Network who kindly funded this workshop.

a vibrant show of artwork by young people from the Scottish Borders.  There was painting, film, photography and sculpture, made during projects with TD1 Youth Group, a partnership with Galashiels Academy in which pupils were empowered to transform the girls' toilets from a place of antisocial behaviour to a more positive space.  Cheviot Youth, Rowlands, Beyond Earlston working in partnership with Transform Arts CIC on a film project depicting emotions in film and some sculpture in wire and paper clay.

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