But among the work by Dame Elizabeth Blackadder, Pam Carter, Graham McKean, Frank To and Muriel Barclay, less familiar talents wait to be discovered. That air of mystery chimes with the brief from curator Ali McAuley - aka Agent Ali - who is a Scotland-based fine art courier in daily contact with many contemporary artists, galleries and studios. Over the last couple of years she has been documenting her interaction with the creative world and has now asked the participants to create a piece of work in their own style in response to the undercover world of the secret agent. The show continues until Sunday.
Seona Reid, above, who has just retired as director of Glasgow School of Art, has been appointed chairwoman of the National Theatre of Scotland, succeeding Richard Finlay, who now steps down from the board he has led since the organisation's inception, the maximum permitted term under its constitution. Reid takes up her role with immediate effect, joining the company and new artistic director Laurie Sansom, as it celebrates the sale of its millionth ticket. She was director of the Scottish Arts Council prior to her post at the School of Art. Scottish Government Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop said: "Seona Reid brings a wealth of experience and knowledge, and her passion for the arts will inspire everyone at the National Theatre of Scotland in their work."