Modern Scottish Women was an exhibition of work by Scottish women artists at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, concentrating on painters and sculptors, from 1885 until 1965. This accompanying series of films aimed to explore some of the gendered issues raised in the exhibition: namely subject matter, collaboration and teaching. We invited contemporary artists, and other contributors working in the arts, to sit and have a discussion about these themes. Featuring Julie Roberts, Graham Fagen, Jan Patience, Ciara Phillips, Sarah Lowndes, Harry Weeks, Abigail Webster, Moyna Flannigan and John Beagles.
Directed by Marissa Keating
Cinematography by Helena Öhman
Commissioned and produced on behalf of the National Galleries of Scotland by Becky Manson