The first UK solo retrospective of work by ceramic artist Barnaby Barford showcases twenty three sculptural works alongside the animated film Damaged Goods.
In Fine Style at the Queen’s Gallery provides a fascinating insight into the luxurious clothing and accessories of the Tudor and Stuart periods.
The connections between craft and printmaking are explored at Concrete Wardrobe during May and June.
Wild Willow, an exhibition of new sculptural work and indigenous Irish baskets by Joe Hogan highlights how nature inspires art.
Spectrum celebrates the imagination, skills and innovation of fourteen emerging and established glass artists
A new generation of artist-engravers is showing silver engraving is relevant in the 21st century
A new ceramic range by Fiona Thompson and Chris Donnelly are one of the attractions at Beaverhall Art Studios second open studios this weekend.
For the 2013 Edinburgh Art Festival Dovecot is hosting a triptych of exhibitions celebrating weaving and wool.
A highlight during the Edinburgh Festival this year is My Dad Was Born On The Moon, an exhibition of ceramics by Stephen Bird at The Scottish Gallery.
Visitors to the glasshouses at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh during August will find a surprise amongst the plants.