The Covid-19 pandemic forces the cancellation of the Annual Exhibition. The Society instead moves its programme online and find new ways to work digitally.


The SSA elects two Co-Presidents for the first time, Jamie McAteer and Olivia Turner.


The SSA moves its Annual Exhibition for one year to Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee, alongside the college’s degree show.


Body Parts, a festival of live performance art, is run as a collaboration between the SSA and the RSA. Participants over the three editions include…


The SSA is unable to use the RSA galleries for the Annual. Instead, member (and Honorary President) Richard Demarco offers the use of his gallery…


Under the presidency of George Wyllie, submissions of time-based work, performance art and video installations are accepted for inclusion in the Annual for the first…


A retrospective of Paolozzi works forms part of the Annual, organised by SSA President Robert Callender with Archie Brennan. The artist donates four major works…


Submissions of photographic works are accepted into the Annual Exhibition for the first time under SSA President Barbara Rae.


The SSA elects its first woman President, Elizabeth Ogilvie. She invites Ron Haselden to make an installation for the show; he hangs hundreds of speakers…