To run in tandem with the production of COAL, Artist Philip Gurrey has produced an exhibition that examines Scotland’s mining past, present and future.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of closing of Polmaise Colliery in Stirling. This new exhibition combines visual art, audio documentation and music to create a space that reflects the impact that the coal industry made upon the working people of Scotland.
It looks back at the industry's past, seeks to connect political upheaval with social movements and community action of today, and gazes forward at a fresh vision of the future through the creative and sociopolitical advancements which have stepped into the void of our industrial past.
You can visit this exhibition whenever we're open (with occasional exceptions for private events - please check with Box Office before you visit).
*PLEASE NOTE THIS EXHIBITION WILL BE OPEN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED.