RSA exhibition explores weave in a wider context
A powerful exhibition and first retrospective in Scotland featuring artist Paula Rego
Paintings and monoprints by artist Shelly Tregoning explore the nuances within presented and perceived identity
Social enterprise and artists’ network focus on making motherhood more visible
Tales of youth from all over the world and collective reflections on turning 21
Audio collage work by Berlin-based Turner Prize Nominee
Dovecot Studios presents the first solo exhibition in Scotland of Turner Prize winner and renowned ceramicist and tapestry artist Grayson Perry.
A collaborative exhibition by artists Birthe Jorgensen and Sogol Mabadi exploring fixed notions of home and belonging.
This week sees the launch of Edinburgh Art Festival showcasing a host of commissions by Scottish and international artists.
A major retrospective of paintings by celebrated Scottish artist.
Interview exploring the process of being a life drawing model
Opening of the new Edinburgh Printmakers venue in Castle Mills.
An exhibition featuring portraits by Francesca Woodman, Robert Mapplethorpe and Diana Arbus.
Filmmakers Ed Webb-Ingall and Margaret Salmon explore coastal and island communities’ responses to the Scottish Marine Protected Areas.
Writer and filmmaker Ed Webb-Ingall presents a new community video for The Science Festival.
An exhibition exploring the lives of women living with endometriosis.
Edinburgh Drawing School Director takes over Torrance Gallery on Dundas Street.
The Edinburgh Drawing School become the new owners of established gallery on Dundas Street
An immersive multimedia double bill exploring technology and surveillance
A photographic history of Edinburgh documenting the 1950s to 1970s
Mostly monochrome selections capture the character of Edinburgh’s Old Town
Shilpa Gupta explores the power of language and censorship through the work of jailed poets
Renée Rilexie questions the boundary between humanity and technology
Melanie Gilligan’s video installations create a disturbing narrative about what connectivity might bring