Mark Making For Macmillan, 9 East Terrace, Aberdeen
This exhibition to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support is in partnership with local art agency SMART. Artists were selected primarily from an open call, with the resulting show featuring a wide range of work including portraits, prints, jewellery and ceramics.
Until 30 May 2015,

Big Art Weekend, Curious Projects, Eastbourne
There’s a batch of events and talks taking place at Curious Projects this week. Highlights include an end of residency exhibition by installation artist Alice Lunt, a site-specific installation by Jonathan Wright, plus open studios featuring artists Karen Bishop, Nikki Davidson-Bowman, Mike Newman and Claire Shoosmith.
Until 14 May 2015,

MAKE/CREATE, The Crypt, London
This collaborative venture organised by Griffin Gallery and the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust pairs artists with contemporary craftsmen. For this edition, sculptor Chantal Powell has created a site-specific work with designer and painter Melissa White.
Until 10 May 2015,

to increase by gradual addition, fusion or inclusion, neo:gallery27, Bolton
This group exhibition by the Crook Street Collective features portraits, still life, landscapes, sculpture and an immersive installation. The group have created, selected and curated the show themselves, featuring Rado Daskalov, Donna Dowd, Lizzie Fisher, Marguerite Heywood, Marc Heaton, Thaleia Kavvada, Karen Markham, Esther Pilling, Steph Shipley, Alison Timmins and Gerard Young.
Until 21 June 2015,

Through A Looking Glass, Conway Hall, London
Utilising the complex technique of reverse oil on glass, Melanie Hodge creates imagined and interpreted dreamscapes. The works are further enhanced by hand crafted, artisan frames, making each painting more of a 3D object than a simple 2D picture.
Until 27 May 2015,

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