ART WALK PORTY is an annual arts festival held along Edinburgh's coastline, Portobello, each September bringing together an eclectic programme of contemporary art, with an interwoven walking, participatory & live arts programme, alongside the creative community of Portobello artists.
This year's festival SALT takes place 1-11 September 2022.


2022
SALT Residency projects | 2022
@Art Walk Projects HUB, 189 Portobello High Street,
1-11 September



ART HOUSES & CAFES
Open SAT/SUN 3/4 & 10/11 September

ART HOUSES & CAFES
Open SAT/SUN 3/4 & 10/11 September

BOOKS & WRITINGS

MAPS & DOWNLOADS


SALT Commissions & Events




PORT walking project




OUTDOOR FILM NIGHTS
SATS 3 & 10 September, 8.30-10





2021
ASSEMBLE Exhibition | 2021
@Art Walk Project Room Popup



PORT walking art
Henna Asikainen (Newcastle), Louise Barrington (Kirkwall, Orkney), Elspeth Penfold (Whitstable, Kent), & Stephanie Whitelaw (Portobello)

MAPS & DOWNLOADS


SATELLITE PROGRAMME
Sea Change



ART HOUSES & CAFES



POSTCARDS FROM THE SHIFTING SHORE | 2021
Scotland/South Africa
Claudia Zeiske & Jaak Coetzer




2020
ALL AT SEA
Invited programme



MAPS & DOWNLOADS

FILM NIGHTS
17 artist shorts



LOCKDOWN DIARIES
Bristow+Wilson, Jenny Pope, Deirdre Macleod



2019

LANDMARK | 2019
Curated programme



VISITING ARTIST - OFFICE OF PUBLIC WONDER
Kiera O'Toole (Ireland)



MAPS & DOWNLOADS


ART HOUSES GUIDE

SATELLITE PROGRAMME



TRACING THE TIDE FILM NIGHTS
9 Artist shorts



FOOTPRINT | 2019
Chris Dooks, Alec Finlay, Deirdre Macleod, Holger Mohaupt, Suzanne Parry (David Lemm, design)



NEWSPAPER




2018
PLEASURE GROUND | 2018
Curated programme



VISITING ARTIST - PIER TO PIER | 2018
Greig Burgoyne, Hastings



NEWSPAPER

BANDSTAND PROJECT | 2018
Ross Whyte & Portobello Community Choir



FILM NIGHTS | AT THE FAIR





2017
EDGELANDS
Curated programme


NEWSPAPER







2016

ARTRAIL | 2016
Chris Dooks, Deirdre Macleod, Felicity Bristow, Andrew Pringle, Mark Timmins



POPUP EXHIBITION | 2016
A449 Architects



SITE SPECIFIC PROGRAMME



NEWSPAPER







Iman Tajik 2022. Photograph: Jon Davey