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Ross Birrell & David Harding: Triptych

Trinity Apse

Ross Birrell & David Harding: Triptych

26 July - 26 August

Mon - Sun, 10am - 6pm

Ross Birrell and David Harding's new project for Edinburgh Art Festival reflects on themes of flight and dispossession, through an installation in the historic setting of Trinity Apse.

Shilpa Gupta: For, in your tongue I cannot hide: 100 Jailed Poets

The Fire Station at Edinburgh College of Art

Shilpa Gupta: For, in your tongue I cannot hide: 100 Jailed Poets 

26 July - 26 August

Mon - Sun, 10am - 6pm

In this new work Gupta draws on the works of poets who have found themselves in conflict with political powers and dominant forces, highlighting the fragility and vulnerability of our right to freedom of expression today.

Ruth Ewan: Sympathetic Magick

Various venues

Ruth Ewan: Sympathetic Magick

26 July - 26 August

Mon - Sun, 10am - 6pm

Sympathetic Magick is a new project devised by artist Ruth Ewan for the Festival which uses the ancient art of street performance to bring magic onto the streets of Edinburgh.

Adam Lewis Jacob: No Easy Answers

Institut Français d’Écosse

Adam Lewis Jacob: No Easy Answers 

26 July - 26 August

Mon - Sun, 10am - 6pm

Lewis Jacob presents No Easy Answers, an experimental moving image installation combining manipulated animations, found material and interviews between the artist and his Nan.

Platform 2018: Rae-Yen Song

City Art Centre

Platform 2018: Rae-Yen Song 

27 July - 26 August

Mon - Sun, 10am - 5pm

Rae-Yen Song’s current work draws upon her identity as a female Chinese Scot, exploring the figure of the outsider who uses the self as a means to reveal something of the wider society.

Platform 2018: Annie Crabtree

City Art Centre

Platform 2018: Annie Crabtree

27 July - 26 August

Mon - Sun, 10am - 5pm

Annie Crabtree’s Body of Water derives from two related lines of enquiry – considering the misrepresentation of female pain; and the reclaiming of power through swimming.

Platform 2018: Renèe Helèna Browne

City Art Centre

Platform 2018: Renèe Helèna Browne

27 July - 26 August

Mon - Sun, 10am - 5pm

Renèe Helèna Browne’s work has been predominantly sound-based, researching emotional and physical entry points of intimacy into the body, as well as their boundaries and power relations.

Platform 2018: Isobel Lutz-Smith

City Art Centre

Platform 2018: Isobel Lutz-Smith

27 July - 26 August

Mon - Sun, 10am - 5pm

Isobel Lutz-Smith experiments with the ways in which a narrative can be grown from inverting the linear stages of filmmaking.

City Art Centre: Edwin G. Lucas: An Individual Eye

City Art Centre

Edwin G. Lucas: An Individual Eye

4 August – 10 February 2019

Mon – Sun, 10am – 5pm

Edwin G. Lucas: An Individual Eye is the first major exhibition to focus on this enigmatic artist who was one of the most unique Scottish painters of the 20th century.

City Art Centre: In Focus: Scottish Photography

City Art Centre

In Focus: Scottish Photography

7 July – 12 May 2019

Mon – Sun, 10am – 5pm

In Focus: Scottish Photography showcases the City Art Centre’s photographic collections, charting the development of fine art photography in Scotland from the 19th century to present day.

Edinburgh College of Art: Festival Exhibition

Edinburgh College of Art

Edinburgh College of Art Festival Exhibition

11 – 19 August

11am – 5pm (Late night openings until 8pm on 15 and 16 August)

This exhibition combines new work from postgraduate students studying Contemporary Art, Illustration, Interdisciplinary Creative Practices and Art, Space & Nature.

Edinburgh College of Art: Biodiversity

Edinburgh College of Art

Biodiversity

26 July — 26 August

10am — 5pm Daily

Biodiversity is the outcome of research and work developed during Siobhan Healy’s time as an Artist in Residence at ECA and in collaboration with the artist and writer Alasdair Gray.

Edinburgh College of Art: DEAD IMAGES

Edinburgh College of Art

DEAD IMAGES. Facing the history, ethics and politics of European skull collections

28 June — 25 August

Tue — Sat, 12noon — 5pm

Dead Images explores the contentious legacy of collections of human skulls, assembled during the 19th and early 20th centuries and still held in public institutions in Europe.

Edinburgh College of Art: The Common Sense

Edinburgh College of Art

The Common Sense

26 July — 26 August

10am — 5pm Daily

Melanie Gilligan's dystopian drama, The Common Sense, tracks the impact of a new immersive technology that enables individuals to tap into the sensation of others over 15 short episodes.

Edinburgh Printmakers: Nàdar / Prakriti

Edinburgh Printmakers

Nàdar / Prakriti

26 July — 20 October

Tue — Sat, 10am — 6pm

Nàdar / Prakriti is the first solo UK exhibition by Indian artist Ravi Agarwal, including new prints commissioned and published by Edinburgh Printmakers.

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop: Hemispheric Phases

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop

Hemispheric Phases

28 July — 25 August

Mon — Sat, 11am — 5pm

This exhibition is the culmination of a six-month exchange between Argentina and Scotland and presents newly commissioned work by the artists Birthe Jorgensen, Santiago Poggio & Scot Rogers.

The Fruitmarket Gallery: Tacita Dean: Woman with a Red Hat

The Fruitmarket Gallery

Tacita Dean: Woman with a Red Hat

7 July — 30 September 2018

Mon — Sun, 10am — 7pm

Outside of August: Mon — Sun, 11am — 6pm

This exhibition by acclaimed British artist Tacita Dean takes performance as its theme.

Ingleby: Jacob’s Ladder

Ingleby

Jacob’s Ladder

26 July — 20 October

Mon — Sat, 11am — 5pm

Outside of August: Tue — Sat, 11am — 5pm

This exhibition features rare historical works alongside contemporary artists, celebrating mankind's relationship with space and our enduring attempts to fathom the unfathomable.

National Museum of Scotland: Art of Glass

National Museum of Scotland

Art of Glass

6 April – 16 September

Mon — Sun, 10am — 5pm

Presented in partnership with The National Centre for Craft & Design, this exhibition examines the diverse work of established and emerging glass artists working in Britain today.

The Number Shop: DOZEN

The Number Shop

DOZEN

23 August — 2 September

Mon – Sun, 1 – 6pm

The Number Shop showcases new contemporary art made in-house from their studio resident artists.

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art: NOW

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Modern One

NOW
Jenny Saville, Sara Barker, Christine Borland, Robin Rhode, Markus Schinwald, Catherine Street

24 March – 16 September

Mon — Sun, 10am — 6pm

Outside August: Mon — Sun, 10am — 5pm

The third instalment of NOW features a major survey of works by renowned British artist Jenny Saville, spanning some 25 years of the artist’s career across five rooms.

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art: Reinventing the Old Masters

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Modern One

Raqib Shaw
Reinventing the Old Masters

19 May – 28 October

Mon — Sun, 10am — 6pm

Outside August: Mon — Sun, 10am — 5pm

Eight works by Raqib Shaw will be shown, alongside two paintings which have long obsessed him: Joseph Noel Paton’s The Quarrel of Oberon and Titania, 1849 and Lucas Cranach’s An Allegory of Melancholy, 1528.

Scottish National Portrait Gallery: Planes, Trains and Automobiles

Scottish National Portrait Gallery

Planes, Trains and Automobiles: 
Transportation Photographs from National Galleries of Scotland

2 June – 13 January 2019

Mon — Sun, 10am — 6pm

Outside August: Mon — Sun, 10am — 5pm

Planes, Trains & Automobiles is the third in a series of thematic exhibitions exploring the exceptional permanent collection of photography at the National Galleries of Scotland.

Scottish National Portrait Gallery: Beyond Likeness

Scottish National Portrait Gallery

Victoria Crowe
Beyond Likeness

12 May – 18 November

Mon — Sun, 10am — 6pm

Outside August: Mon — Sun, 10am — 5pm

Beyond Likeness brings together a group of outstanding portraits by the distinguished Scottish artist Victoria Crowe.

Stills: The days never seem the same: Gunnie Moberg and Margaret Tait

Stills: Centre for Photography

The days never seem the same: Gunnie Moberg and Margaret Tait

27 July – 28 October 2018

Mon — Sun, 11am — 6pm

This two-part exhibition presents the photographs of artist Gunnie Moberg alongside archive material and films by the influential filmmaker and writer Margaret Tait.

Talbot Rice Gallery: Lucy Skaer: The Green Man

Talbot Rice Gallery

Lucy Skaer: The Green Man

26 July – 6 October

July/Aug: Mon - Fri 10am - 5pm, Sat & Sun 12noon - 5pm

Sept/Oct: Tues - Fri 10am - 5pm, Sat 12noon - 5pm

Lucy Skaer’s solo exhibition will include newly commissioned work and a selection of objects drawn from the University of Edinburgh’s vast collection.

City Art Centre: Travelling Gallery at 40

City Art Centre

Travelling Gallery at 40

28 July – 4 November 2018

Mon – Sun, 10am – 5pm

Travelling Gallery marks its fortieth year with an exhibition over two floors at City Art Centre celebrating its journey – past, present and future.

The Fine Art Society in Edinburgh: Robert Powell: Between The Lost Places

The Fine Art Society in Edinburgh

Robert Powell: Between The Lost Places

20 July – 3 September

Mon – Fri, 10am – 6pm, Sat, 11am – 2pm

Powell's etchings and sculptures are minutely detailed, often depicting satirical and dark humoured scenes whilst referencing art history, literature and modern society.

The Fine Art Society in Edinburgh: Assemblage

The Fine Art Society in Edinburgh

Assemblage

20 July – 11 August

Mon – Fri, 10am – 6pm, Sat 11am – 2pm

Assembled three-dimensional constructions by Alberto Morrocco, Will Maclean and Gary Anderson, among others, will be exhibited.

The Fine Art Society in Edinburgh: Fleming at 50.

The Fine Art Society in Edinburgh

Fleming at 50. Radicals, Pioneers and Rebels: artists from the Fleming Collection

14 August – 3 September

Mon – Fri, 10am – 6pm, Sat, 11am – 2pm

Fleming at 50. Radicals, Pioneers and Rebels: artists from the Fleming Collection showcases historic nineteenth and early twentieth Scottish paintings in modern and timely contexts.

Open Eye Gallery: John Bellany (1942-2013): The Wild Days

Open Eye Gallery

John Bellany (1942-2013): The Wild Days

28 July – 27 August

Mon – Fri, 10am – 6pm, Sat, 10am – 4pm

The Open Eye Gallery presents a large-scale exhibition centring on John Bellany’s output during his most turbulent period in the 1980s, featuring many previously unseen paintings.

The Scottish Gallery: Victoria Crowe: A Certain Light

The Scottish Gallery

Victoria Crowe: A Certain Light

2 August – 1 September

Mon – Fri, 10am – 6pm, Sat, 10am – 4pm

'A Certain Light' focusses on the variability of light in the natural world, from twilight and moonlight paintings, snowy hillsides illuminated and cast with shadows to looking with the evening sun over the waters of Venice.

The Scottish Gallery: Modern Masters VIII

The Scottish Gallery

Modern Masters VIII

2 August – 1 September

Mon – Fri, 10am – 6pm, Sat, 10am – 4pm

This August, the Modern Masters series of exhibitions continues covering 125 years of Scottish Art History with individual works which speak to the richness of talent in the Scottish school in the modern period.

Rhubaba: Standard Bearers #1

Rhubaba Gallery and Studios

Standard Bearers #1 

28 July onwards

Fri – Sun, 12noon – 5pm (or by appointment) 

Coinciding with the opening of Edinburgh Art Festival, Rhubaba will be launching the first in a series of flag artworks by Rhubaba studio holders, to be flown from a newly installed flagpole.

Rhubaba: All in a Day’s Work

Rhubaba Gallery and Studios

All in a Day’s Work

28 July - 19 August

Sat - Sun, 11am - 5pm (or by appointment).

Rhubaba presents All in a Day’s Work, a listening lounge curated by Andrea Zarza.

6°WEST: The ERRAID RESIDENCY

Scottish Arts Club

The ERRAID RESIDENCY

26 July — 26 August

Tue—Sat, 11am—12.30pm, 2.30pm—5pm 

Following a residency on the Isle of Erraid, artists’ collective 6°WEST created a set of unique postage stamps in response to the life and works of Robert Louis Stevenson and his connection to the island.

An Lanntair: Muir is Tìr/Land and Sea

Edinburgh College of Art

Muir is Tìr/Land and Sea

1—20 August,

Mon—Sun, 10am—6pm 

Muir is Tìr/Land and Sea is a new An Lanntair residency, in collaboration with Edinburgh College of Art. This exhibition showcases work by 5 artists selected for the residency last summer.

Andy Cumming: Adam Linklater: Mythopoeia

Maritime Lane Collective

Adam Linklater: Mythopoeia

2—26 August 

Wed—Sun, 11am—5pm  

Adam Linklater: Mythopoeia showcases the art of occult artist, shaman and alternative researcher Adam Linklater.

Collective: Catherine Payton: Time Capsule

Collective

Catherine Payton: Time Capsule

26 July - 26 August

For Edinburgh Art Festival 2018 Collective is delighted to present Time Capsule, a new Walk by artist Catherine Payton made with Abbeyhill and Leith Walk Primary Schools.

Mud Oven Afternoons

Johnston Terrace Wildlife Garden

Mud Oven Afternoons 

Each Friday during the Festival, 2—5pm 

3, 10, 17, 24 and 26 August

Come along to Johnston Terrace Wildlife Garden each Friday afternoon during the Festival to experience the Palm House in the wildflower meadow, see the mud oven in action, and create your own edible sculptures.

Art Early: 4 August

Various venues

Art Early: 4 August

4 August, 10am–12.30pm

Art Early is a series of programmed tours and activity trails for families and children of all ages.

Art Early: 18 August

Various venues

Art Early: 18 August

18 August, 10am–12.30pm

Art Early is a series of programmed tours and activity trails for families and children of all ages.

Explorers Outdoors

Johnston Terrace Wildlife Garden

Explorers Outdoors

3, 10, 17, 24 August, 10am—12noon

Join us every Friday at Bobby Niven’s Palm House for outdoor exploration, play and making in the Scottish Wildlife Trust garden.

Explorers at Central Library

Central Library

Explorers at Central Library

5, 12 July; 2, 9 August, 2—4pm 

Explorers comes to the Central Library for drop-in workshops suitable for ages 8—13. Come and explore different materials, themes and approaches each week.

Ross Birrell & David Harding: Keep me like the echo

Scottish Parliament

Ross Birrell & David Harding: Keep me like the echo

25 August, 6–8pm 

'Keep me like the echo', a performance devised by artists Ross Birrell and David Harding for The Scottish Parliament.

Ruth Ewan: Sympathetic Magick: The Waverley Bar

The Waverley Bar

Ruth Ewan: Sympathetic Magick: The Waverley Bar

28th July, 8-9:30pm

Artist Ruth Ewan collaborates with renowned socialist magician Ian Saville, and other professional and amateur magicians to create a new work that weaves a trail of magic with a political edge through the city and the Festival’s programme.

Artist Talk: Ruth Ewan

Institut Français d’Écosse

Artist Talk: Ruth Ewan

11 August, 12noon–1pm

The artist introduces her practice and her collaboration with socialist magician Ian Saville.

Artist Talk: Ross Birrell & David Harding

Institut Français d’Écosse

Artist Talk: Ross Birrell & David Harding

18th August, 12noon–1pm

The artists introduce their commission for the Festival, and discuss their individual and collaborative practices.

Artist Talk: Adam Lewis Jacob

Institut Français d’Écosse

Artist Talk: Adam Lewis Jacob

25th August, 12noon–1pm

Lewis Jacob introduces his new commission and talks about his wider practice.

Platform 2018: Artist Tour: Rae-Yen Song & Renèe Helèna Browne

City Art Centre

Platform 2018: Artist Tour: Rae-Yen Song & Renèe Helèna Browne

11th August, 3–4pm

Join us for an introduction to the Platform 2018 exhibition with the artists Rae-Yen Song and Renèe Helèna Browne.

Audio Described Tour

Various venues

Audio Described Tour 

15th August, 10am–1pm

Juliana Capes will lead an audio described tour of selected festival venues. This event welcomes people with disabilities including people with visual impairments.

Platform 2018: Artist Tour: Annie Crabtree & Isobel Lutz-Smith

City Art Centre

Platform 2018: Artist Tour: Annie Crabtree & Isobel Lutz-Smith

18 August, 3–4pm

Join us for an introduction to the Platform 2018 exhibition with the artists Annie Crabtree and Isobel Lutz-Smith.

Kate McMillan: The Past is Singing in our Teeth

Arusha Gallery

Kate McMillan: The Past is Singing in our Teeth

27th July - 26th August.

Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

Sun 1pm-5pm

Artist Kate McMillan presents an exhibition of performance and installation at Arusha Gallery: The Past is Singing in our Teeth documents and explores the links between time and memory, and the potential of art to trigger memories that lie dormant within oneself.

Hans K Clausen & Kjersti Sletteland: Anatomy of Fleeting Moments

The Anatomical Museum

Hans K Clausen & Kjersti Sletteland: Anatomy of Fleeting Moments

16-25 August

Mon - Fri, 12noon-3pm

Sat 25 Aug 10am-4pm 

Clausen and Sletteland present a fascinating exhibition set amidst the iconic and theatrical backdrop of the University of Edinburgh’s Anatomical Museum.

Invisible Women: Consensus

Urbane Art Gallery

Invisible Women: Consensus

31 July, 7—9pm 

Weaving a path from Scotland to Canada, Consensus forces us to consider how gender and time shape perceptions of worth, drawing a parallel from our complex cinematic history to present-day inequality in the film industry.

5595 Gallery: Temporary Land

5595 Gallery

5595 Gallery: Temporary Land

28 July — 19 August

Fri—Sun, 10.30am—5pm  

Temporary Land brings together the drawings of Dutch artist, Tjibbe Hooghiemstra and Scottish artist Andrew Mackenzie. Both artists are interested in landscape and location but create images in the studio in an attempt to articulate, rather than depict, the forms that have inspired them.

Yolanda McKean, Emma Drye & Michael Coombes: MEANWHILE

DOK Artists Space

Yolanda McKean, Emma Drye & Michael Coombes: MEANWHILE

11—26 August 

Mon—Sun, 11am—4pm 

MEANWHILE is an exhibition of paintings and drawings from three artists exploring intimate incidental spaces.

Salli Yule-Tsingas: Hito’s Forest, “A Thing Like You and Me”

101 Henderson Row

Salli Yule-Tsingas: Hito’s Forest, “A Thing Like You and Me”

26 July — 26 August 

Fri—Sun, 12noon—6pm, Thu 6pm—9pm 

British/Canadian artist Salli Yule-Tsingas presents a solo exhibition, Hito’s Forest, “A Thing Like You and Me”, an ongoing process linking playful but experimental exhibitions under the structure of the subtitle, The Unfinished Guard Series.

The Parish Church of St Cuthbert: Bill Viola: Three Women

The Parish Church of St Cuthbert

The Parish Church of St Cuthbert: Bill Viola: Three Women

1 May — 1 September 

Mon—Sat, 10am—4pm  

Three Women is part of the Transfigurations series by internationally acclaimed video artist Bill Viola, and his wife and close collaborator, Kira Perov

Travelling Gallery: Gordon Douglas: Black Box Take Stock

Various venues

Travelling Gallery: Gordon Douglas: Black Box Take Stock

16—22 August 

Mon—Sun, 11am—5pm 

Gordon Douglas is working with Travelling Gallery towards a video-installation looking at the multiple acts of ‘maintenance’ that go into performing and securing the identity, social dynamic and technologies of the gallery.

Jupiter Campout: ROMANTI-CRASH!

Jupiter Artland

Jupiter Campout: ROMANTI-CRASH! 

28—29 July, 1pm–late 

Taking place across the romantic setting of Jupiter Artland, ROMANTI-CRASH! will take you on a journey to explore love, affection and contemporary rituals of devotion from Saturday evening through to Sunday morning.

The Art of Inhabiting Nature: Panel Discussion

Edinburgh Printmakers

The Art of Inhabiting Nature: Panel Discussion

28th July, 2–4pm

Chaired by Gemma Lawrence, a Producer from Creative Carbon Scotland, this special panel discussion will include talks from Ravi Agarwal, Dr Norman Shaw and Don O’Driscoll. Together they’ll discuss the philosophical underpinnings of nature in our societies and fresh ways to respond to the deep environmental problems of today’s world.

Artist Talk: Nàdar / Prakriti

Edinburgh Printmakers

Artist Talk: Nàdar / Prakriti

27th July, 6:30pm–7:30pm

Agarwal will discuss his wider artistic practice, as well as his work as a writer and environmental activist. He’ll also talk about his residency last year in the Scottish Highlands supported by the John Muir Trust and how this informed the work he created for Nàdar / Prakriti.

Surreal Edinburgh – Your Favourite Places in the City

City Art Centre

Surreal Edinburgh – Your Favourite Places in the City

11th August, 10:30am–3:30pm

Adult creative workshop using mixed media techniques to explore your favourite spaces and memories of Edinburgh, inspired by Edwin G. Lucas’s colourful paintings. Workshop with visual artist Lauren McLaughlin.

How to Draw like a Fashion Designer

Dovecot Gallery

How to Draw like a Fashion Designer

2nd August, 11am–12:30pm

Join fashion curator and author Dennis Northdruft as he leads this practical workshop in drawing tricks and fashion design tips with inspiration from the Liberty exhibition.

LIBERTY Silk Scarf Painting Workshop with Hilary Simon

Dovecot Gallery

LIBERTY Silk Scarf Painting Workshop with Hilary Simon

7th August, 10:30am–4pm

The Liberty silk scarf is a fashion institution. Take inspiration from the LIBERTY Art Fabrics & Fashion exhibition at Dovecot this summer to design and paint your own silk square at this workshop for beginners and enthusiasts alike.

Artists in the Gig Economy

Edinburgh College of Art

Artists in the Gig Economy

24th August, 2pm–6pm

How does the gig economy shape art production in Scotland? From Airbnb’d spare rooms to second shifts working for Deliveroo, in what ways are artists implicated in this precarious new economy? A workshop sharing experiences and new research presented alongside Melanie Gilligan’s The Common Sense.

The Collectors: Christina Jansen talks Contemporary Jewellery in Scotland

Dovecot Gallery

The Collectors: Christina Jansen talks Contemporary Jewellery in Scotland

3rd August, 11am–12pm

Join Christina Jansen, the Managing Director of The Scottish Gallery, as she talks about recent vital trends in collecting jewellery, as well as future directions for the contemporary makers who will be exhibiting in Scotland during the year ahead.

Incidental Surgery

DOK Artists Space

Incidental Surgery

14, 16, 21, 23 August, 4–5pm

Bookable hour long surgeries with an artist mentor to discuss the work of the participant and support them to develop a sustainable practice to fit into their life circumstances.

Katie Orton Time Tours

Collective

Katie Orton Time Tours

11 & 12 August, 10–11am & 2–3pm

Artist Katie Orton leads a participatory tour for 7-11 years olds exploring the sights and landmarks of Calton Hill, whilst thinking about their relationship to different types of time, the history of timepieces and the science of telescopes and clocks. Encouraging thought, discussion and creativity, the workshop will engage children with the history of timekeeping on Calton Hill through movement and play.

Meanwhile –  a round table discussion on sustaining an art practice

DOK Artists Space

Meanwhile – a round table discussion on sustaining an art practice 

17 August, 6–8pm

A round table discussion with the exhibition artists and invited friends to share strategies of resilience, agency, pleasure and acceptance in developing a sustainable art practice. We warmly welcome students, artists and people considering taking up art in any form to come along and share your stories.

Discussion Group: Time

The Fruitmarket Gallery

Discussion Group: Time 

22 August, 5–6pm

Join a discussion of time in the context of Tacita Dean’s work. There will be a small amount of reading to do in advance, provided when you book.

Reel-to-reel: Double Bill

The Fruitmarket Gallery

Reel-to-reel: Double Bill 

10 August, 6:30–10:30pm

"Prompted by Tacita Dean’s Foley Artist (1996), we screen two films in which the creation and recording of sound are central to the narrative. Join us for one or both.

Saturday Tours

The Fruitmarket Gallery

Saturday Tours 

Every Saturday, 2–2:30pm

Drop in for an informal tour of Tacita Dean’s exhibition with one of The Fruitmarket Gallery’s Information Assistants.

Sunday Makers: Sound Effects

The Fruitmarket Gallery

Sunday Makers: Sound Effects

12 August, 10–11am

Creative workshops exploring themes, ideas and materials in Tacita Dean’s exhibition, led by artist Louise Fraser, you will play with a range of everyday objects and materials to create sound effects for films.

Young Creatives

The Fruitmarket Gallery

Young Creatives 

12 August

4-6pm

Explore Tacita Dean’s exhibition using a variety of materials, techniques and discussion activities, led and supported by trained Fresh Fruit Leaders and artist Louise Fraser.

Free Bus to Jupiter Artland

Jupiter Artland

Free Bus to Jupiter Artland

Thursday 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 August, 10am / 3pm return

As Edinburgh city centre swells with visitors, we offer an escape to Jupiter Artland on our free bus service as part of Edinburgh Art Festival.

Kate McMillan and Gemma Rolls-Bentley in conversation

Arusha Gallery

Kate McMillan and Gemma Rolls-Bentley in conversation

25 August, 2.30–3:30pm

Artist Kate McMillan and Gemma Rolls-Bentley will discuss McMillan's sound and video installation, The Past is Singing in our Teeth.