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Local Market Stall pitches available between 19th-24th Dec

Are you a local and/or ethical maker/producer?
Would you like an outdoor market opportunity to sell your products in the run up to Christmas?
Sign up to Christmas Market on the Croft (Leith Community Croft, 4 Johns Place, EH6 7EL)
Pitches available for 1 or more days.
Saturday 19th/Monday 21st/Tuesday 22nd/Wednesday 23rd/Thursday 24th December
Gazebo and table provided (electricity may be available depending on demand- please enquire)
Email hello@cropsinpots.org for more info and to book a pitch.

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Christmas Opening Hours 2020

WEDNESDAY 23RD: 9AM – 5PM

THURSDAY 24TH – MONDAY 28TH: CLOSED

TUESDAY 29TH: 9AM – 5PM

WEDNESDAY 30TH: 9AM – 5PM

THURSDAY 31ST – SUNDAY 3RD: CLOSED

MONDAY 4TH JANUARY: 9AM – 9PM BACK TO NORMAL

We would wholeheartedly encourage all tenants to observe the Christmas opening and, in particular, the closing hours and take responsibility for leaving the building promptly.

The duty managers have worked continuously, unselfishly and tirelessly throughout the pandemic to ensure the building has been kept open, safe and clean for the use of tenants, helping with online exhibitions and developing our services during a very quiet period and it is important to ensure they get time to spend with their families or those in their social bubble.

Below you will find a PDF copy of our opening hours over the Festive Period.

Please take note of these dates.

Christmas Opening Hours 2020 »

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Open Call for St Margaret’s House Artists

We are looking for visual artists from St Margaret’s House who want to submit their artworks for a physical art exhibition in Gallery 1.

Deadline: 6th December 2020.

For more information contact Marcin: marcin@edinburghpalette.co.uk

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Pop-Up Exhibition: City, Sea and Landscapes

We are now looking for artists to participate in our next online pop-up exhibition which is city, sea and landscape themed.

The exhibition will run from the 16th – 30th of October and be online only.

If you are interested, please get in touch with Carly and she will give you more information on how to submit work.

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Pop-Up Exhibition: Sculptures, Ceramics and Glass Work

We are looking for artists to participate in our next online pop-up exhibition which will include sculptures, ceramics and glass work.

The exhibition will run from the 25th of September – 9th of October and be online only.

If you are interested, please get in touch with Carly and she will give you more information on how to submit work.

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Online Gallery Bookings

We have NO online gallery bookings available this year. Thank you for the support, it has been incredible!

Here is a reminder of our pop-up exhibition calendar too:

  • Sculptures/ceramics/glass: 25th September – 9th October
  • City/Land/Seascapes: 16th October – 30th October

To register your interest in the pop-up events, please email Carly.

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Untold Postcard Art Exhibition and Auction 2020

Rock Trust are warmly inviting artists to donate (A6) postcard-sized artworks to Rock Trust;s eighth biennial Postcard Art Exhibition and Auction!

100% of the proceeds of this exhibition and auction will go directly to support Rock Trust;s work helping young people to avoid and move on from homelessness in Scotland.

Alongside professional artists, this year we will also be asking young people (16-25) from the local community to submit entries to the exhibition, with the top 50 entries by young people (as decided by our professional judge) being selected for the exhibition and auction!

Previous exhibitions have included works by Norman Ackroyd, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Alison Watt and Stephen Mangan, among others. These events draw significant attention on social media (10,000 people reached via Facebook posts, 60,000 people reached via Twitter) and in the press, with coverage in both The Times and The Scotsman.

If you would like to support this event, then please kindly email andrew.marks@rocktrust.org  for more information and to receive your artist’s pack. 

From all of us at Rock Trust, thank you for your support!

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