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Monday, November 18, 2013

A day out to... Falkirk?

If you find yourself in the Falkirk area over the next couple of months, a new exhibition by Glasgow-based Alex Frost is due to open at the end of November, or abandon the pre-Christmas shop and head there directly for the opening preview on the 30th.

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An exhibition of sculptures and drawings for Callendar House.

30th November 2013 - 25th January 2014.

Preview: Saturday 30th November from 1pm - 2pm.
(The gallery will be open till 4pm).

The gallery is within Callendar House - a 600 year old mansion that also houses Falkirk's local history museum.
Callendar Park hosts an Arboretum, Ornamental Gardens and a family Mausoleum (the swan pedalos and crazy golf will not be open - they're seasonal).

the park gallery

Callendar House
Callendar Park
Falkirk FK1 1YR
or telephone 01324 503789

The gallery opening times are 10am – 5pm, Monday - Saturday (last admission to the house is 4pm).

How to get there:
Directions from Falkirk High Station to Callendar House (15 min walk):

Trains leave from Glasgow Queen Street on the hour and every 15 mins on the Saturday and take 20 mins.

This exhibition is supported by Falkirk Council and Creative Scotland.


Solo-exhibition: Glasgow Print Studio (Glasgow International).
5th April – 18th May 2014,
Preview: 4th April 2014.

Group-exhibition: Reclaimed: The Second Life of Sculpture (Glasgow International).
April 2014.

Commission/Residency: Cove Park (Generation), Argyll and Bute, Scotland.
June/October 2014.

For more info about his work head to Alex Frost's website here

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