Paintings by the great trumpeter and bandleader, alongside work by another great musician, John Lennon. Dundas Street Gallery, Edinburgh. On until Saturday 30th April.
Literature Summerhall Sessions Visual Arts
Whitney McVeigh in conversation with Alice Thompson to discuss her exhibition Language of Memory and Alice’s new novel The Book Collector. The artist and writer address issues of motherhood and the parallel processes of writing and making. March 8th, 2016 …
Whitney McVeigh and Alice Thompson : In Conversation, International Women’s Day
Summerhall Residents Visual Arts
Lust in the Apple’s curator Paul Robertson in conversation with David Rushton. Rushton was a founder editor of Coventry-based Analytical Art and was subsequently a key member of Art & Language from 1972 to 1975, working on the various Indexes …
David Rushton & Paul Robertson : Analytical Art, Art & Language and Thereafter
Festivals Summerhall Exhibitions Visual Arts
Summerhall Residents Brightside use their skills in Film, 3D & storytelling & harness new technologies to craft creative, interactive environments that help brands build relationships with their consumers. The immersive environments and interactive experience we create drive brand awareness through …
Susanna Murphy and Cristina Spiteri : Brightside
Based at Summerhall, Nourish Scotland is reconnecting producers, growers, retailers, consumers and all who care for local, sustainable food in Scotland. Nourish works to create a stronger food culture to make healthy, local, seasonal, and organic food available everywhere in …
Elli Kontorravdis : Nourish
Julian Vaughan introduces Tonegarden Studios, one of the many arts facilities located at Summerhall.
Julian Vaughan : Tonegarden Studios
Earlier in the year course leader Simon Abbott, and students Christopher Cubitt and Almu Cachaza talked about their experience of Fife College’s Physical Theatre Diploma. Based within Summerhall, this one course allows students to gain practical experience in an area …