Art Walk Porty 2016
Our second Art Walk is now over but we still have many exhibitions and exhibits open til the end of September.
A449 Gallery, 266 Portobello High St, is open until 10th Sept with our group exhibition of the 'Journey Lines' project, with work from Chris Dooks, Deirdre Macleod, Andy Pringle, Felicity Bristow+Mark Timmins.
Open until end of Sept:
Lindsey Lavender at Twelve Triangles
Jon Davey & Jen Russell at Porty Light Box
Jacqui Higgs at the Skylark
Chris Dooks at Portobello Library and the Skylark (downstairs)
Andy Pringle at Brunstane Station and Joppa Terrace
12 baker's wives (painted murals) at the bottom of Kings Road - on until the paint fades
Cressida, Bath Street groyne, our first permanent sculpture by Lauren Fox
Or browse this website to see everything that happened during our 3-day celebration of our public space and artistic activity in and around Portobello, Edinburgh's Seaside.
The event builds on Portobello's diverse creative community and its unique coastline with site specific art, artist open studios, popup art in local shops and venues,and a maker's market, arranged around a local walk of Portobello. We showcase quality contemporary art, supporting emergent artists as well as having an invited artists programme, and working with local shops and venues, and other public sites. The event engages the local community and wider audiences to a rich and diverse programme.
The Art Walk was set up in 2015 by local artist + designer, Rosy Naylor.