Centre for Contemporary Arts
350 Sauchiehall Street
Tel: 0141 332 7521
Admission: Many of the art exhibitions are free, as are some other events. For more information about ticketing please visit the CCA website.
Opening hours: Events and exhibitions are on at various times, and each day is different at the CCA. Please check the website for details.
The world reknowned Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) is an art gallery, performance space, cafe, and cinema on Sauchiehall Street, in Glasgow.
CCA is a unique contemporary arts organisation in the centre of Glasgow at the heart of the vibrant cultural community.
CCA’s artistic and educational programme primarily focuses on visual arts, contemporary music and film. With it’s eclectic programme offering such varied exhibitions and events there is always something interesting going on at the CCA.
Housed in the restored Grecian Chambers, a category A listed building, designed by Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson, the centre is established and recognised as one of Europe’s leading contemporary galleries. It curates six major exhibitions a year, showing a wide range of Scottish and international contemporary art, as well as being home to Intermedia Gallery for emerging artists. Fast developing a reputation for world class improvised, experimental and electronic music, CCA also screens unique independent short, dance and documentary films which can only be seen at the CCA.
For more information or to find out what’s on in the CCA Glasgow, visit the CCA website.