Julie Boyne
Smashing Monuments at Collective, Edinburgh

Talking to Statues at Collective, Edinburgh

Review Collective presents the UK premiere of Smashing Monuments, a film reflecting on the monuments of Jakarta through the eyes of Indonesian artist collective ruangrupa.

Climate Emergency at Leith Academy

Review: Muster Station: Leith is the final commission from Edinburgh International Festival’s four-year residency at Leith Academy – a powerful theatre experience from award-winning theatre company Grid Iron.

Film still from Cauleen Smith’s H-E-L-L-O

Calling Home from Collective Edinburgh

The Scottish premiere of H-E-L-L-O by the American born filmmaker and multimedia artist Cauleen Smith opens the 2022 programme at Collective in Edinburgh.

RSW Aine Divine, Life in Colour

RSW Paints a Colourful Scene

Review The Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour (RSW) 141st Annual Exhibition brings together the work of RSW members and other artists who responded to the call for open submissions. Artmag went to the launch.

Abi Palmer, Crip Casino (2018 - ongoing), installation detail

Observatory Acts at the Collective

Review ArtMag attends the launch of Acts of Observation at the Collective, a group exhibition challenging how disability is represented and discussed. 

'Field - Something For The Future Now' by Christine Devaney. Image © Matt Beech

Dancing in a Field of Dreams at Holyrood Park Edinburgh

Review: Edinburgh-based dance theatre company Curious Seed makes its Edinburgh International Festival debut with Field – Something for the Future Now. This durational and immersive outdoor experience of dance and movement is set in Holyrood Park. 

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Checking the Weather with Alison Scott at Collective

Review: As part of the Edinburgh Art Festival, Collective has commissioned a new installation by artist and writer Alison Scott, who immersed herself in the history of weather prediction as part of an open-ended research-led project.

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