An exhibition of outdoor sculptures by Edinburgh-based sculptor Andrea Geile. The sculptures are inspired by natural forms and are presented in the grounds of Waterston House. Made of Corten steel they are weather proof and acquire a patina over time.
This is the first extensive display of outdoor sculptures in our garden. For this exhibition award-winning sculptor Andrea Geile created a new body of work inspired by the coastal landscape and wildlife. These large sculptures, made using Corten steel and casting techniques in Andrea's Edinburgh studio, will grace our garden throughout the summer.
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An exhibition of illustrations and related artworks from the book 'What it's Like to be a Bird', written by Tim Birkhead and illustrated by Catherine Rayner, comes to Scottish Ornithologists Club.
Enjoy a lunchtime tour every Thursday at 1pm for the Alan Davie: Beginning of a Far-off World exhibition (Raphael is not included). Spaces are strictly limited so this must be pre-booked in advance.
On Saturday 13th August visit the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh's food history exhibition, with workshops, tours and additional exhibits!
Helen Moore’s work addresses themes of how rural space is used in the modern day and the impact that humans make on the environment. Catch her exhibition at Upright Gallery from 13th August!
Peace and Justice (Scotland)'s 'Peace Cranes' project culminates with Consequences: Art and Activism in the Nuclear Age – an exhibition of contemporary art at Edinburgh’s Out of the Blue Drill Hal