Guiding you through the diversity of Edinburgh art. The arts festival is showcasing classic exhibition, modern art, artist talk, workshop and immersive experiences from the 26th of July to 26th of August.
The Edinburgh Collection’s pick #UnravelEdinburgh
From the 26th of July - Liberty Art Fabrics Festival – Davecot Gallery
Featuring hundreds garments and fabrics, discover a 140 years of art fabric and fashion and how art made it into our daily life through our clothes.
From the 4th of August - Art center Museum & Gallery Edwin G Lucas – “An individual eye”
Art center Museum & Gallery featuring one of the most unique Scottish painter of the 20th century.
From 7 th of July - In Focus - City Art CentreDiscover a 150 years of historic and contemporary Scottish photography. Exhibiting well known photographer such as Hill and Adamson, Thomas Begbie, Joseph McKenzie, David Williams, Maud Sulter, Wendy McMurdo, Calum Colvin, Christine Borland.
Rembrandts – Scottish National Gallery 7th of July
Like every year the Scottish National Gallery host a special and exclusive exhibition over the summer, last year with the Beyond Caravage, you will this year have the amazing opportunity to discover Rembrandt’s world. Bringing together key works which usually are spread over different gallery and all remains in the Britain’s collection.
Free Bus to Jupiter – Every Thursday in August
From 10 Am to 3pm – Discover a whole new world with this immersive exhibition, taking you outside Edinburgh for a few hours. As Edinburgh city centre swells with visitors, Edinburgh Art Festival offers you an escape to Jupiter Artland. (Tickets are limited and advance booking essential)
Edinburgh College of Art opens its doors for their annual Festival Exhibition - Lauriston Campus. Showcasing new work from postgraduates studying Contemporary Art, Illustration, Interdisciplinary Creative Practices and Art, Space & Nature.
2nd – 25th August - George Street, EH2 2LR
The Design Informatics Pavilion, showcases prototypes and interactive installations by Design Informatics researchers, Masters Students and partners at Tesco Bank which explore the possibilities of designing with data
8th of August - The Fruitmarket Gallery
The Night With… presents Wooden Elephant at Fruitmarket Gallery
Covering Björk’s Homogenic and Radiohead’s Kid A. Both reimagined for string quintet, replacing electronic beats and synths have been replaced with all-acoustic, analogue instruments of wood, steel, and horse hair and more unconventional instruments including bird water whistles, a kazoo, tuning forks, Pacay bean shakers, plectrums, wine glasses, and aluminium kitchen foil.
More Info & Tickets: https://edinburghartfestival.com
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