Lunchtime lecture: Theology in Stone – Faith and Art in Edinburgh’s Church Architecture.
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…
A unique hands-on reminiscence museum in a shopping centre with an exhibition full of memories.
78,801 photos and 4,738 photographers from 129 countries.
It may be because of the stage productions and films which I saw growing up, but my innate and core expectation about musical theatre is that it tends to be on the big size, if not…
Visit the Union Canal to experience an array of inspiring and breathtaking images showcasing the best rural, urban and wildlife photography captured on the National Cycle Network i…
In 2016, in a quiet stable complex in the Australian Perth hills, a project now known as Darkness to Light did its principal photography.
Tête-à-Tête: Paris-Edinburgh is a collection of original contemporary photographs taken by Ewan Barry and Audrey Pinard.
The renowned Edinburgh International Exhibition of Photography, now in its 157th year, showcases the very best of modern photography from entrants worldwide.
Scottish charity ArtSquat launches at Coburg House with The Spirit of Kathmandu.
People who live with, work and volunteer in The Salvation Army’s Homelessness Services Units in Scotland participated in a big Paint Off on Friday 18th May.
The National Cycle Network (NCN) is a series of traffic-free paths and quiet, on-road cycling and walking routes that connect to every major town and city in Scotland.
Original photographs of the people, streets and architecture of Edinburgh’s Old Town taken by Ewan Barry and Audrey Pinard.
This summer, the World Press Photo Exhibition returns to the Scottish Parliament.
For over 25 years, Steve Best had been delighting audiences around the world with his particularly silly brand of stand-up comedy.
The renowned Edinburgh International Exhibition of Photography, now in its 156th year, showcases the very best of modern photography from entrants worldwide.
The worldwide touring exhibition of award-winning photos will come to the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh.
Steve Best has been a comedian for over 20 years.
Old Town – New Perspective is a collection of contemporary photographs taken by Ewan Barry and Audrey Pinard.
Of Things Not Seen: photographs by Jim Grover of life in a Clapham Parish, and The Edge of Colour: a response to Paolozzi’s Window by Dave Sands, with glass by Liz French.
An exhibition of the best in modern art photography from photographers, both amateur and professional, worldwide.
Only four years after the invention of photography was announced to the world in 1839, two Scots had mastered the new medium and were producing works of breathtaking skill in extra…
Poetry reading, exhibition, workshop and photography.
Italian Photographer Andrea Pucci is based in London and his photographs combine long exposures with accelerating rhythms of bright reflections.
“I looked like an angel, but was a fiend inside.
Experience the extraordinary atmosphere of the Sussex home of Surrealists Lee Miller and Roland Penrose, whose guests included Picasso, Man Ray and Miró.
Phoenix-based portrait photographer Manel Ortega captures the spirit of his subjects within a single image.
Hosted at Spectrum, ‘Behind the Beats’ explores the movements and scenes over the last 50 years that have been defined by the fashion, music and stories associated with them.
An eclectic array of work from a local arts collective exploring some of the many faces of the city.
‘Love a Positive Life’ is a multimedia exhibition telling the positive stories of young people living with HIV in Africa and Asia.
Charly N’doumbe, student at the Beaux-Arts Biarritz, validated his curriculum by obtaining a DNAP (National Diploma of Visual Arts) with a special congratulations and accreditation…
An exhibition of a collection of photographs from ‘Over the Hill: A Photographic Journey’ a project created by a man with Parkinson’s Disease who was photographed from 2007 to 2016…
An enthralling exhibition based on a year-long collaboration between a photographer and a poet.
This show is a colourful personal journey from my birth city of Vienna to Ethiopia by foot, then into the lives of Cairo’s rubbish collectors, whom I met during this pilgrimage.
This exhibition within the magnificent Parliament Hall gives a fascinating insight into the history, traditions and ceremonies of the home of Scotland’s Supreme Courts.
All Square is a collection of original photographs taken by Ewan Barry and Audrey Pinard of Téte-a-Téte Foto.
A comedy show with pictures, and probably not what Fox Talbot had in mind.
An exhibition about some remarkable female pioneers who lived in Edinburgh’s West End.
This long-established international art photography exhibition features over 200 prints from all over the world.
“Strange face, with your eyes So pale and sincere.
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.
One day photography competition.
A one day hands-on workshop covering early wet-process photographic printing.
A new exhibition from the archive of Brighton photographer, George Douglas.
Rory Lewis Photographer has made an outstanding contribution to photography and the visual arts, creating consistently imaginative and thought-provoking portraits.
16-year-old Alex has been taking creative photos, looking beyond the obvious, since the age of three.
A collection of photographs documenting the making of two royal statues.
This exhibition in the stunning 17th century Parliament Hall offers insight into the life, history and traditions of Scotland’s Supreme Courts.
Old Town – New Perspective, is a collection of contemporary photographs taken by Ewan Barry and Audrey Pinard.
Forget typewriters, what would happen if you gave an infinite number of monkeys a camera each? **** (BroadwayBaby.co.uk). **** (Comedy.com).
A series of personal portraits of extraordinary men.
A dynamic exhibition by highly acclaimed Canadian artist Derek Michael Besant.
Meet the pioneers of photography and discover how the Victorian craze for the photograph transformed the way we capture images today and mirrors our own modern day fascination for …
See the very best of modern photography from many worldwide contributors at one of the longest running photography exhibitions in the world.
Stories, photographs and tapestries about men in the Arctic Convoys in WW2 who received the Ushakov Medal in 2014.
David Bailey has made an outstanding contribution to photography and visual art, creating consistently imaginative and thought-provoking portraits.
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It’s not just its funky shops and the beach.
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