Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA)
350 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3JD
1867-1868, Alexander “Greek” Thomson (original), Page/Park (renovation) (Cat A)
Our year-round programme includes exhibitions, public engagement, film, music, literature, festivals, Gaelic and performance. Visit our exhibition, join a building tour or come to Take One Action's short film screenings.
For Doors Open Day, there will be tours of the building on Saturday and Sunday (1pm) and family short film screenings from Take One Action on Saturday and Sunday (2pm-4pm).
Designed in 1868 by Alexander Greek Thomson, and previously home to The Third Eye Centre (1975-1991), the building is steeped in history and the organisation has played a key role in the cultural life of the city for decades. Our broad and experimental programme encourages a diverse audience to experience the arts.
CCA curates six major exhibitions a year, presenting national and international contemporary artists. We are also home to Intermedia Gallery, showcasing emerging artists. Entrance to exhibitions is free.
Mon-Thu, 10am - 12midnight; Fri-Sat, 10am - 1am; Sun, 12noon - 12midnight.
Tours: Sat-Sun 1pm; 60 mins.
Booking not required
Accessibility: CCA has a full accessibility guide available here, and our front of house staff have completed VisitScotland's Accessible Tourism training. We aim to make the building as accessible as possible but if you feel that you might need some additional information, please get in touch in advance or ask a member of staff on arrival.
Facilities: Seating, Toilet, Wheelchair Accessible Toilet, Information available in large-print.
Parking info: metered on-street parking nearby.