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October 31, 2012
Edinburgh Artist wins worldwide art competition
Edinburgh based-artist Stephen Thorpe, one of the resident artists at Summerhall, has beaten off competition from 3,500 other artists world-wide to win a prestigious competition held by Saatchi Online (the website linked to London’s famous Saatchi Gallery). The competition entitled “Places and Spaces” invited artists from all over the world to submit examples of their
October 27, 2012
Vote For Summerhall
Summerhall has been nominated for the Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Awards. Please vote for Summerhall: Vote Now
October 23, 2012
Noize Gig (Free Entry): Heather Leigh, Kommissar Hjuler + Frau with Violet Storm
Seminal Noize artists Heather Leigh, Kommissar Hjuler + Frau with special guest Violet Storm play a free gig in the Summerhall Church Gallery. 10th November, 8pm till late.
October 23, 2012
David Michalek's 'Figure Studies' exhibiting in Paris
Following the world premier of ‘Figure Studies’ by David Michalek at Summerhall in August 2012. Figure Studies is now being exhibited at Le Laboratoire in Paris till the 6th January 2013. See: www.lelaboratoire.org There is aso a new programme by Le Laboratoire about David Michalek on Summerhall TV. See: www.summerhall.tv
October 9, 2012
New exhibition programme
Our new exhibition programme is now up and running. The galleries open from 11 am to 6 pm each day.
September 20, 2012
Scottish Business and Culture Meeting
First “Scottish Business and Culture Meeting” at Summerhall, Edinburgh on Thursday, 27th September 2012, 9.30am-4.30pm. Doors open 8.30am with coffee. “Seeking Artiscient Growth: through Finance, Engineering and Cross-Cultural Engagement” Following a very successful Arts Festival programme at Summerhall, this is a first “Scottish Business and Culture” meeting to be held at the former Royal (Dick) Veterinary College,
August 18, 2012
Macbeth on Inchcolm island at the Edinburgh festival - audio slideshow
August 4, 2012
Summerhall announces Festival Clubs line-up
Festival Club is a late night cabaret in Summerhall’s unique Dissection Room, featuring a mix of international music, performance and spoken word talent (and anything else that takes our fancy). A gathering place for artists and reprobates, phoney intellectuals and wise fools, to make merry and celebrate artistic endeavour in a louche yet lively environment.
16 - 19 August, 2012
August 1, 2012
Edinburgh International Fashion Festival
The Edinburgh International Fashion Festival presents a diverse program that includes catwalk shows, salon shows, exhibitions, talks, screenings, concerts, gala parties and workshops. This overdue addition to Edinburgh’s International Festivals will be a stimulating environment for some of the most respected and creative people from across the industry to share ideas with each other and the
July 2, 2012
Summerhall TV is live!
An Arts channel dedicated to capturing the weird, radical and wonderful. Summerhall are pleased to announce that Summerhall TV, a channel developed by the Local Institute of Local Television, has now gone live. Summerhall.TV provides up-to-date news and commentary on the arts in Scotland together with interviews with artists and authors broadcast on local TV
June 3, 2012
The Project Room - CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
‘The Project Room’ is a small permanent gallery space located in Summerhall which is dedicated to displaying works or installations by emerging artists. The room is a former small laboratory office (rectangular in shape with a high ceiling) and is situated within the PhG (Phenotype Genotype) exhibition of historical avant grade material which is on
May 28, 2012
The Demarco Archive and Art Collection comes to Summerhall
From August 2012, the Demarco Archive and Art Collection will be housed at Summerhall, the capital's newest major centre for the arts.
May 28, 2012
Summerhall Film Programme
Film events in all their guises will infiltrate this year’s arts programme at Summerhall, from political documentary and experimental drama to Polish animation and one-off live events offering inspiration and food for thought to Edinburgh festival goers.