Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Art

Visiting GI

Information on finding your way around the festival, on traveling to Glasgow, and around Glasgow.

The tenth edition of Glasgow International takes place between Friday 7 and Sunday 23 June 2024.

The festival programme is sited in many different locations across the city of Glasgow, from established art spaces to temporary venues. On this site you will find a detailed map of the city of Glasgow showing where each festival project is located. 

All the festival projects also have their own page on this website.

Alongside a text that provides an entry point to the project, on each page you will find information on its venue, the dates and times you will be able to visit, and details on the organisation, group or individuals who organised the project.

All exhibitions and events in the festival programme are free to attend. Before visiting a particular festival project, please make sure to check the location and opening hours on the project page carefully. Some projects have irregular opening hours or are one-off events and may require you to book a place via this  website.

Keep an eye on the website to stay up to date with the latest events as they are announced, including talks, workshops and performances.

The festival includes 43 projects, but these are by no means the sum-total of artists’ projects occurring in Glasgow in June 2024. Many individuals and groups will be organising additional activities around the city, from exhibitions to events.

To find out more about visual arts projects occurring in Glasgow alongside the festival, visit the Glasgow Art Map. Glasgow Art Map is a non-profit initiative that provides listings for contemporary arts activity taking place in the city on a year-round basis.