From Where I Stand
1 October-3 December. Entry free. Edinburgh Printmakers, Castle Mills, 1 Dundee Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9FP. 

From Where I Stand is a new exhibition of prints and multimedia art featuring the work of seven international contemporary artists exploring the past, present, and future relationships between India and Scotland. Curated by Future Flow fellows, 18 Scotland and India-based young art workers have collaborated to deliver the new exhibition.

Ditch Me
30 September-2 December. Entry free. Centre for Contemporary Arts, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD. 

Artist Rhona Muhlebach’s new work draws on the gradual evolution of the area covered by The Antonine Wall. The Roman Empire’s final border in Britain spanned across Scotland from the Clyde to the Forth and has left a visible mark across the country. Muhlebach transposes historical aspects into a new fictional universe.

7 October-3 November. Entry free. Compass Gallery, 178 West Regent Street, G2 4RL.
Botanicals is a solo exhibition and series of mosaics by artist Cleo Mussi, a maverick ceramic artist creating unique mosaics. Mussi marshals historical shards of china into contemporary stories that reflect the world around us. The artist’s work takes you on a journey of discovery from her life-size figures to small intimate works all drawn from historical and repurposed ceramic tableware. 

30 September-29 October. Entry free. Mount Stuart, Bute, PA20 9LR. 

Zimbabwean-Scottish artist Sekai Machache is showcasing a series of short films that have been curated across the Mount Stuart house and gardens coming together to form the immersive Svikiro. Machache has used academic, visual and embodied research at Mount Stuart and in its collections and archives.

The Peace of Wild Things
30 September-6 October. Entry free. Resipole Studios, Acharacle, PH36 4HX. 

Debbie Loane is a North Yorkshire based artist and since graduating from the University of Leeds in 1995, she has worked as a full-time artist in the North Pennine and the North Yorkshire moors. This exhibition features impressive landscape paintings inspired by her time spent as artist in residence on the Rahoy Hills Nature Reserve on the remote Morvern peninsula.

Making Space: Photographs of Architecture
7 October-3 March. Entry free. Scottish National Portrait Gallery, 1 Queen Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1JD. 

Making Space explores architecture’s impact on human life and society including its role in tackling inequality, homelessness and sustainability. The exhibition traces the relationship between architecture and photography and showcases a diverse range of photographic styles, formats and processes spanning from the 1840s to today.

Bloke in a Dress
30 September-11 November. Entry free. Out of the Blue Drill Hall, 36 Dalmeny Street, Edinburgh, EH6 8RG. 

Bloke in a Dress is an exhibition featuring works by Out of the Blueprint’s most recent artist in residence, Levi Richards. Over the past three months, Richards has worked in the Blueprint studio and even created a dress which was worn at Pride in Edinburgh earlier this year.

Days and Nights Exhibition
3-6 October. Entry free. Out of the Blue Drill Hall, 36 Dalmeny Street, Edinburgh, EH6 8RG. 

Out of the Blue resident Karina Pasiut is hosting a solo presentation of work focused around hands. Pasiut’s art explores the work of hands, drawing on paper, mixing paints, hand printing and embroidery as well as reflecting on the connection between humanity and fabric.

The Bill McLaren Centenary Exhibition
4 October-27 November. Entry free. Hawick Museum, Wilton Lodge Park, TD9 7JL. 

Commemorating the centenary of the birth of Hawick’s own voice of rugby, this exhibition tells the story of commentator Bill McLaren’s life from a wee boy breaking neighbours’ windows through his time as a pupil at Hawick High School to his experience during the war in Italy. Visitors can see the organised chaos of McLaren’s study and hear his last recorded interview in this wonderful insight into his life and career.

Grierson and McLaren Exhibition
30 September-30 October. Entry free. Creative Stirling, 44 King Street, FK8 1AY. 

This exhibition at Creative Stirling is a multimedia celebration of two local filmmakers – Norman McLaren and John Grierson. The pair were significant pioneers in the global film community and the show explores how filmmakers from Stirling helped to change the world of cinema.

Charlotte Cohen