City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland


Galleries: The Scottish Endarkenment


‘The Scottish Endarkenment’ arrives at the Dovecote Gallery as an exhibition created (rather than curated) by Bill Hare and Andrew Patrizio of the University of Edi

Hidden Door Festival

Hidden Door, a not-for-profit arts organisation run entirely by volunteers, specialises in discovering disused spaces in Edinburgh and radically transforming them into temporary, but imaginative venue

TradFest Edinburgh · Dùn Èideann


Launched in 2013, TradFest is Edinburgh’s main multi-arts festival dedicated to Scottish culture, traditional, Gaelic and folk arts.

Douglas Davies, RSW, New Paintings, Dundas Street Gallery, Preview

Cloudburst by Douglas Davies, RSW

During the Edinburgh Festival 2014, there was an enchanting exhibition of landscapes by Douglas Davies RSW at the Dundas Street Gallery, Edinburgh.

Abstract Art Exhibition Hopes To Induce Well Being For Beholder

John Bissett has a show of new work opening at Creative Spaces in Gayfield Square, running from 11 to 17 December.

Family Portrait: The Scots Italians 1890-1940 Exhibition Celebrated in Fine Italian Style

On Wednesday 2nd December, a new exhibition opened at the National Records of Scotland putting on display a hitherto hidden archive about the Italian communit

Jamie Primrose - Inspiring Vistas, Dundas Street Gallery, Review

Sunset from Arthur's Seat - Jamie Primrose

“I love this city, and always shall. I write about it. I dream about it.

Edinburgh Art Fair

The annual Edinburgh Art Fair returns to the Corn Exchange with 60 galleries showcasing the work of hundreds of established and emerging, national and international artists.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay "Scot:Lands"

Home:Land at Edinburgh's Hogmanay

The official 3-day festival over Edinburgh's Hogmanay includes a creative, culture crawl through Edinburgh's Old Town centre on

Photographer Captures Local Scenes in Monochrome


‘’ is the simple title of the current exhibition of photography adorning the walls of ‘The Roamin Nose’ café on Eyre Place.