We would like to welcome Chloe Windsor to Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop as she starts her Micro Residency, the final resident of the 2013/14 programme year. Chloe Windsor graduated from Dundee University with a BA HONS in Art, where she also won two artist awards, the Gold prize in the Young Athenians Exhibition and the Moray [...]+ READ MORE
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The Greenspace Trust have two free events on the calendar to help you learn more about the paths and their surroundings. On Sunday 30 March, come along to Spring Tonics, a herbal guided walk to learn about the different herbs and plants growing wild along the path verges on the North Edinburgh paths. That one [...]+ READ MORE
In the past couple of weeks, Edinburgh and Lothians Greenspace Trust has been busy planting some 3,500 new trees alongside the North Edinburgh path network – a mixture of smaller species that won’t tend to block the light and sightlines, such as silver birch, rowan, hazel, cherry, hawthorn and alder, and some larger specimens – [...]+ READ MORE
Now six months into the construction of the Creative Laboratories it’s clear to see the progress being made every day, with the studio bays visible and the walls starting to take form. One of the main parts of the build awaited with interest is the tower which will sit at the corner of the courtyard [...]+ READ MORE
TANK A new exhibition will be opening in TANK at the end of this month, welcoming artist Mairi Lafferty to ESW with her work ‘Kiss The Shuttle’. Kiss the Shuttle is a new installation that explores the Gothic undertones of industrialisation through pattern, code and gesture.Kiss The Shuttle is part of TANK – a year-long [...]+ READ MORE
The next two months will see a major improvement project underway at Craigleith Junction – part of which will see it re-named Craigleith Quarry Junction. The junction is seen as a major entry point to the path network, serving the nearby shopping centre linking it to Maidencraig Crescent, and is the junction between the Roseburn [...]+ READ MORE
Construction of the Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop’s second building at our site on the Hawthornvale path, the Creative Laboratories, began last August and is progressing well, with the building due to open in the autumn of 2014. The building will offer a selection of flexible spaces and work areas for artists, with an open courtyard for [...]+ READ MORE
Come to middle meadow walk on Wednesday 3-6pm and Saturday 10-1pm and get your bike checked by Dr Bike, get a Cycle Skills taster and fill out our survey to get free cycling accessories and help us promote cycling. You can fill out the survey online as well http://fluidsurveys.com/surveys/ian-Fn/dr-bike-new-online-1/?kiosk_timeout=10+ READ MORE
Dr Bike is back on Edinburgh’s cycle paths!!! If you want your bike safety checked for free come along to one of our sessions.This Saturday (18th January) you can find us at Fiveways Junction, from 10am to 1pm. Speak to one of our staff and get some advice, free maps, lights, bell and cycle computer…+ READ MORE
Soon to be officially opened, Edinburgh and Lothians Greenspace Trust have been working on a brand-new play area at the south end of the Rodney Street tunnel in King George V park, right alongside the cycle path and on the edge of the New Town. Once a railway turning yard, a coal yard and part [...]+ READ MORE