Education

School of Sideways Sculpture Lauren Gault

Last chance to book!

3 February – 7 April 2017
1pm – 4pm
£157.25

News

Micro Residency Artists 2016/17 Announced

We are pleased to announce the artists selected for the Micro Residency 2016/17 programme are Patrick Cole, Jemma Egan, Sarah Rose and John Walter.

Residency

Berlin – Edinburgh Exchange

This October and November Edinburgh and Berlin based artists will be exchanging locations, swapping their familiar surroundings for exhibiting, networking and production opportunities in new environments.

Exhibitions

Neukölln Exports Lena von Gödeke, Andy Holtin and Tobias Sternberg

Exhibition
Part of the Edinburgh-Berlin artists exchange

28 October– 2 November
Monday – Saturday, 11:00am – 5:00pm

Education

Active Artworks with Arduino Andy Holtin

Part of the Edinburgh-Berlin artists exchange

Saturday 22 October
10:00am – 4:30pm
6 Hours

Workshop is free but participants will have to invest in some equipment.

Talks

Artists’ Talk Lena von Gödeke & Tobias Sternberg

Part of the Edinburgh-Berlin artists exchange

Saturday 29 October
2:00pm – 4:00pm

Exhibitions

REPRODUCTIVE! Kenny Hunter

30 July – 24 September 2016

An exhibition of new and reconfigured works by Kenny Hunter as part of the Edinburgh Art Festival

What's On

The Miraculous Raphael Rubinstein with Maeve Redmond and Sophie Dyer

4 June – 24 September 2016

An exhibition relocating the work and lives of artists to the spaces of Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop

Education

New Autumn Sculpture Courses

New Sculpture Courses launched for Autumn 2016

Talks

Talk Kenny Hunter and Mhairi Maxwell

Thursday 25 August 6pm

Join Kenny Hunter and Mhairi Maxwell for a discussion surrounding the use of digital technology in Hunter’s exhibition Reproductive!

Exhibitions

Conversations
Siân Robinson Davies

16 July – 3 September 2016

A new audio work presenting situations where objects have conversations with each other

What's On

Un-Monumental Kenny Hunter

Edinburgh Art Festival

6th August, 2 – 3.30pm

Kenny Hunter will deliver a talk on how the monumental tradition has informed his work.