A young East Neuk fisher lass who posed for a painting by Glasgow artist John McGhie was paid half a crown along with a bar of chocolate. Now the resulting work of art is expected to fetch around £3000 when it comes up for sale with Edinburgh auctioneer Shapes on Saturday.
Dundee's primary creative writing showcase confirms that there is talent worth championing in the area. Obligatory hat-tipping perhaps denies the spotlight to some of our most raw 'new' writers, but the collection proves good value in its length and breadth of subjects.
More than 6000 visitors flocked to Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design for Dundee University's art degree show within a few days of its opening.
An aspiring Perth author has put himself on the Scottish literary map by winning the 2010 Toulmin Prize for his short story, My Life Through Colin.
Enthusiasts for the work of Stella Steyn can now admire a selection of her paintings at Perth Museum and Art Gallery.
TV presenter Lorraine Kelly has launched this year's Dundee University degree show at an event for figures from the worlds of art and design.
Rachel Ward has been awarded first prize at the Angus Book Awards in Kirriemuir for her debut novel Numbers.
Moving from one end of the country to the other has given artist Susie Lee a new and dynamic perspective on the painting of landscapes. Helen Brown spoke to her about capturing the character of the land and the sea and the eye-opening differences between north and south.
With the World Cup looming later this year, Steve Bloomfield reveals an amazing picture of Africa and its love of football in Africa United: How Football Explains Africa.
A show at Kirkcaldy Museum & Art Gallery from May 15 to June 20 will offer Scots art lovers a rare chance to see work by contemporary artists from Papua New Guinea.