Panik Gallery is a venue for contemporary Scottish art and design located in the village of Killearn just north of Glasgow. It was set up in 2004 by Glasgow School of Art graduates Paul Brown & Annika Simpson who also operate a textile design studio next door to the gallery.
Showing bimonthly exhibitions of contemporary painting, printmaking and photography as well as design led jewellery, ceramics, glass and textiles from not only established artists and designers but also the talented graduates being produced by the Scottish art schools every year.
Year Established: 20th June 2004
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