Immerse yourself in the beauty and romance of Scotland’s old buildings as we celebrate the Festival of Traditional Buildings! To mark our landmark 10th year, we’re bringing you a w…
The Loving Earth Project, started by a few Quakers in 2019, now comprises over 400 textile panels exploring responses to climate change and environmental breakdown.
The 70+ artists/makers of the buzzing Coburg House open their studios to the public.
The West End Fair returns to the stunning grounds of St John’s Church.
This is the 39th year for Dazzle at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Pomegranate: an ancient tale woven through time.
An exhibition of remarkable stone sculptures from new and established Zimbabwean artists.
Join Jim Parkyn – professional plasticine player, expert Aardman Animator and the mysterious man behind The Amazing Scene Machine.
Welcome to The Adam Pottery on the corner of Saxe-Coburg Street and Henderson Row where you will find an exciting array of ceramics on display in the sunny gallery, each piece bein…
Dazzle, in its 40th year, returns showing 53 contemporary jewellers working in a variety of materials and a range of prices.
This small yet unmissable jewellery exhibition features over 300 unique and original jewellery designs from 30 independent designers across the globe including local emerging talen…
A photographic celebration of our travels to source ethically produced artisan products over the last four decades, with a selection of these unique objects collected along the way…
Archie Brennan: Tapestry Goes Pop! tells the story of Edinburgh native Archie Brennan (1931-2019) in the first major retrospective exhibition of his work.
A showcase exhibition from the 70+ residents of the buzzing Coburg House studio complex.
This small yet unmissable jewellery exhibition features over 300 unique pieces from 30 independent designers across the globe including local, emerging and established talents.
Weave a boat-shaped basket from organically grown Scottish willows.
After a showstopping visit in 2017, The Knitted Bible Stories Exhibition returns with extra stories, all beautifully handcrafted from wool by members of the knitting group at the S…
Learn the art of paper folding with designer/maker Kate Colin.
Learn how to create colour, patterns and textures on fabric.
Transform paper into 3D forms.
Meet and learn from a collective of Edinburgh-based designer/makers, showcasing their handcrafted work including bookbinding, jewellery, pottery, woodwork and pyrography, organic c…
Now in its seventh year, and gaining momentum with each new calendar, Craft Scotland are back for Fringe 2019.
When you visit The Adam Pottery you will find much more than your everyday ceramics exhibition.
A showcase from the 70+ residents of the buzzing Coburg House art studio complex.
125 makers, artists and designers exhibiting their latest creations in a spectacular outdoor setting.
Dazzle returns to the festival for the 36th time; a major exhibition with a huge following, showing 60 contemporary jewellers, 3,000 pieces, a leading contemporary printmaker and a…
Discover handmade objects for you, and your home, from 41 Scotland-based makers in one unique location.
This small yet unmissable jewellery exhibition features over 300 unique pieces from 30 independent designers across the globe, including local emerging and established talents.
Written on an arch, Julie Cope’s Grand Tour: The Story of a Life by Grayson Perry, gives the sense of entering a house, secret garden or place of habitation.
Each of these award-winning artists traverse their own routes across the boundaries between fine art and craft, challenging context and materiality.
Zimbabwean artists make some of the best stone sculptures in the world.
This exhibition showcases two Edinburgh-based contemporary ceramic artists.
Sew a coin purse by selecting soft leather and pure wool felt in contrasting colours.
Make a mosaic with ceramic and glass tiles.
Over three days, Handmade Edinburgh will celebrate the best in high-end design and craftsmanship from over 80 highly-skilled, British and international designer-makers.
Learn to carve a wooden spoon from sustainably sourced Scottish greenwood using traditional hand tools and techniques.
Bring your favourite jumper back to life with creative visible mending.
This exhibition of ceramics could be on show in any gallery anywhere but what makes it special to many of our visitors is it being held in a working pottery.
Edinburgh Fringe is typically visited for a gluttonous helping of comedy and theatre shows.
Seventy contemporary artists/makers open their studios to the public.
125 makers, artists and designers will be exhibiting their latest creations.
Inspired by the characters of Roald Dahl, come and make a Wonka pot on the potter’s wheel or hand build a Matilda or an enormous crocodile! The most squishy squashy substance, cl…
international artists and emerging local talent.
Returning for the 35th year.
The second floor of White Stuff becomes a haven for design-lovers.
Carve your own ring in jeweller’s wax.
Liberty Lates is a Thursday night late access to Liberty Art Fabrics and Fashion at a special reduced ticket price for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Ian Scott Massie has fond childhood memories of Scotland.
Multi award-winning comedian Ian Smith (BBC Three’s Sweat the Small Stuff, Dave’s The Magic Sponge podcast) returns.
Alpha Art is delighted to present a vibrant collection of works by local and international artists.
The World Youth Designer Forum (WYDF), a cumulative accelerator and incubator discourse, explores the 2017 theme – Design Interventions: Nationalism vs Globalism.
A fun, yet breathtaking and moving display of thirteen stories chosen from the Bible and reproduced by hand in wool.
Edinburgh ceramicist Craig Mitchell will be exhibiting a range of figurative clay sculpture, which explores contemporary themes and personal narratives in a humorous way.
This small yet yet unmissable jewellery exhibition features over 300 unique and original jewellery designs from 30 independent designers across the globe including local emerging t…
Welcome to our long-established Fringe exhibition, where visitors can not only enjoy our exciting show of ceramics but also visit us backstage in our studios.
Inspired by the characters of Roald Dahl, come and make a Wonka pot on the potter’s wheel, or handcraft a Matilda, a giant peach, or an enormous crocodile! The most squishy squas…
The second floor of White Stuff becomes a haven for design lovers.
This wonderful giant contemporary jewellery exhibition is held in a stunning venue.
We present a sumptuous selling exhibition of kilim and textile cushions, chairs, fenders, pouffees, hall seats and sofa stools in vibrant colours and contemporary and traditional d…
Presenting the best in art, sculpture, debate and creative workshops, Cultureground is the interactive gallery that showcases young people’s work from across the city.
Join The Fairy Tale Fair at Brighton Open Market for a special Saturday market takeover.
New Zealand’s finest Mikey the Aartist returns to Brighton Fringe for the launch of AART TV Live with special guest artists Jim Parkyn (Aardman Animations) and George Egg (Anarch…
A week long exhibition of visionary art and imaginative Realism in central Brighton.
Come along and learn to throw your own pot on the potters wheel at the Painting Pottery Cafe! Learn a new skill alongside other beginners with one of our fabulous potters in this s…
An enthralling exhibition based on a year-long collaboration between a photographer and a poet.
Help create a unique adventure playground! Over the course of Brighton Fringe, children and adults of all ages can use hammers, nails, saws, rope and a huge quantity of wood to co-…
The Den is a new, purpose-built family-friendly area at The Warren.
Something for the entire family! Come along and learn about the science of medieval construction, try stone carving and join our expert guided tours! See website for details: histo…
Celebrate Aardman’s 40th birthday with expert Aardman model maker Jim Parkyn and his Amazing Scene Machine.
Steve McLennan of the National Federation Roofing Contractors provides an enjoyable demonstration of the expertise required for creating and repairing lead roofing details.
Scotland’s buildings have slate roofs, now no Scottish slate quarry remains.
Care for these windows and they’ll thrive for another few decades.
Scotland used to export iron buildings around the world; Andrew Laing of the Charles Laing Foundry gives an entertaining demonstration of casting processes and where these skills c…
Edinburgh provides a magnificent festival setting.
Scotland’s traditional buildings used indigenous stone, only a few dimensional stone quarries remain.
Mark Nevin, Nevin of Edinburgh, demonstrates remarkable transforming painting techniques.
Roz Artis and Scott MacAskill of the Scottish Lime Centre Trust demonstrate lime slaking, part of the alchemy of the lime cycle.
Gin on the Fringe is a boutique gin event at the Surgeon’s Hall in Edinburgh during the final two weekends in August at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world’s largest arts …
What makes this ceramic exhibition special is that it is held within a collective working pottery.
Seventy artists/makers open their studios to the public.
Pottery and Alice in Wonderland fans, come and have fun and make in clay the tableware, cakes, biscuits, hats, caterpillars, rabbits and anything else, allowing your imagination to…
Returning for the 33rd time to the Fringe and for the fifth year to the beautiful Dovecot Studios, this jewellery, designer scarves and photography exhibition presents 70 artists.
Back by popular demand! Returning for its fourth year, the Craft Scotland Summer Show sets up shop in the centre of town.
Join expert model maker and Aardman animator, Jim Parkyn, and make your own mini masterpiece in this hands-on model making workshop.
The Gait Bar, 232 Canongate Royal Mile hosts a special Fringe Craft Beer and Food Matching event: four to six courses paired with beers from different Scottish craft breweries ever…
The 2nd year of BIF: The Brighton Illustration Fair.
Brighton and Hove Organic Gardeners, together with Brighton and Hove Food Partnership, will host an organic plant sale in Preston Park.
Ecological art weekend, raising awareness of plastic pollution, toxics in our seas and our bodies, women in science, art and exploration.
The Den is a purpose-built family-friendly area at The Warren, encompassing a beautiful covered play area and a spacious, colourful outdoor space.
Once again, this busy, central, printmaking studio opens its doors to the public, exhibiting members’ works amid the tools and presses of their creation.
Jewellers dedicate their craft to transform our waste into desirable objects.
Technology and the evolution of the Artist’s Book:
the exhibition features the work of notable book artists from across the world, selected by New York-based curator and artist …
Have a go on the potter’s wheel.
An interactive, musical, play experience by Exploring Senses and One Brighton FM.
Albert Mews Studio opens its doors for five weekends this May, hosting an array of returning and new designer talent.
The iconic animated clay character Morph made his TV debut in 1977 and entertained an entire generation with his slapstick antics.
Iconic animated clay character Morph made his TV debut in 1977 and entertained an entire generation with his slapstick antics.
Live art every day.
Coburg Collective is an exciting festival exhibition featuring award-winning artists and makers from Edinburgh’s Coburg House Studios.
The thinking person’s late night alternative! Triple award-nominated podcast reveals your favourite comics’ creative secrets.
One hundred makers, artists and designers exhibiting their latest creations in a spectacular outdoor setting.
Back by popular demand! Returning for its third year, the Craft Scotland Summer Show sets up shop in the centre of town.
Two teams of intrepid comedians battle it out for the audience’s respect.
The Krua Thai Cookery School is a Thai cookery centre in Scotland where students have come from 30 countries for their specific training.
Stories, photographs and tapestries about men in the Arctic Convoys in WW2 who received the Ushakov Medal in 2014.
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