12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
An exploration of the infinite possibilities presented by the ultimate building material, clay.
16 ceramic designer makers from the Bridge Pottery Collective celebrate their different approaches and the tactile nature of ceramics through the exhibition Architexture.
Exploring contrast through form, function and surface texture including mark making, patination and glaze chemistry.
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Hidden is a collection of photographic work created by individuals who have caring responsibilities. The work demonstrates the uniqueness of photography, its ubiquitous nature offering the time-starved an opportunity to create and be included.
Treasured family photographs evoke memories and instigate discussion around those we care for. Everyday objects are placed under studio lights, elevating it’s status to more accurately demonstrate its vital role in the successful play of a day. Pinhole cameras facilitate image making from household waste with long exposure times allowing for multitasking. A still-life is created from found objects, stumbled across when carrying out daily chores. An unpaired glove becomes the starting point of photographic narrative, real or imagined it’s an alternative to reality. Photography has been used to capture a reflection, allowing the subject to play with how they are seen in the world.
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
A Life Journey through Creativity By Sylvie Stainton
My inspiration as a painter and sculptor comes from what I observe and feel as it echoes from the world we live in. My work is guided by a deep connection to Nature and its Soul: the outer and inner landscapes, the visible and invisible.
Increasingly what happens in the world emerges through forms, shapes, lines, colours and movement as it expresses itself from the raw materials of the canvases, wood and/or stone.
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Come along and try out new artistic techniques and materials inspired by the work of a different artist each week. In class we do a range of 2D and 3D sculptural projects and work in groups and on individual pieces. This summer term we will be looking at ‘Art for Peace and Justice’, contributing to an exhibition of origami cranes and working on a mural in our G5 studio.
Primary Art Club is open to any children aged 4-12 with all materials a drink and snack provided. Class costs £6 per class with termly booking advised as places are limited. Sessions are taught by arts engagement officer Poppy Richards who works across Edinburgh in community arts organisations and galleries. Poppy has a full PVG disclosure, first aid and child protection training.
To book a place of find out more please contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
PILATES 4 ALL by Clare Shillinglaw
I run fun and friendly Pilates classes held in the Drawing Room, 3rd Floor on Tuesday evenings 5-6pm.
Pilates is amazing for improving posture, balance, flexibility and easing any muscle and joint niggles. Regular practice can help you build long and lean muscle, strengthen the core from within and relax the mind. It is suitable for a wide range of people, from beginners to professional sportspeople, and including pregnant women and seniors so please come along!
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
This is a new class where children can learn and try our a range of textiles techniques. We will have a go at dyeing, printing, weaving, felting, knitting and sewing. Children will be encouraged to create their own projects and experiment with textiles creation so they have the chance to make things of their own design with the guidance of the tutor and using techniques they enjoy.
Classes are led by Poppy Richards, an arts engagement tutor and costume design graduate with a full PVG disclosure and first aid and child protection training.
Sessions are prices at £6 per session with all materials and hot chocolate provided! Spaces are limited to 6 children, please contact email@example.com to book a place.
7:30 pm - 8:45 pm
This class is suitable for beginners and those wishing to study the basic asanas (poses). In Iyengar yoga, we begin by learning the correct alignment in the basic poses and build on these as we introduce more challenges to the practice. During the 11 week term, we will learn standing and seated asanas, twists, forward bends, balancing and inversions. Props (bricks, chairs, blankets etc.) are used to assist us to understand the basic actions required in each posture which will allow us to develop our practice.
All of our teachers have completed a minimum of 5 years’ training and continue to train with senior teachers.