It's a quirky micro-festival in a home in Pilrig, in North central Edinburgh. A fringe of a Fringe event. Not even in the Edinburgh Fringe Society's Guide.

Mushrooms are on the menu at the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh. A new exhibition at the John Hope Gateway and events programme explore all aspects of the world of fungi, in particular the relationship between people and fungi.

Paintings by the big names of Impressionism, including Monet, Pissarro, Renoir, Manet and Sisley, feature in a new exhibition opening in Edinburgh today.

The Central Library tonight launched its recently gifted Edinburgh Jazz Archive covering over 60 years of jazz in Edinburgh.

Following a fifteen month refurbishment, the City Art Centre will reopen to the public on Saturday 31 July with two major exhibitions featuring works by two acclaimed, but very different American photographers, Edward Weston and William Wegman. The opening of the city centre art gallery comes at the start of this year's Edinburgh Art Festival (29 July - 5 September).

Turner prize-winning artist, Richard Wright, unveiled his most "complex and ambitious" painting to date earlier this week.

The programme for the 7th edition of the Edinburgh Art Festival was announced today, 2 June 2010. 48 galleries will be featured in the 2010 EAF with 11 participating for the first time. The Festival will run from Thursday 29 July Sunday 5 September with many exhibitions continuing into the Autumn.

Workshop at the Museum of Childhood inspired by the vintage vehicles in the Museum’as Collection. Museum of Childhood is packed full of toy transport items.

Scottish artist Kate Robinson has erected a massive sand castle on Edinburgh's Castle Street this week as part of a promotion by Spanish airline company Spanair, who have launched direct flights from Edinburgh to Barcelona.

What I love about elegant classical ballet and brash, bold, exciting contemporary dance is the vitality of movement matched by the beauty of the human form. Here, it’s the turn of artist