Art Late, our unique annual culture crawl exploring exhibitions across the city, returned this year in a new digital iteration on Thursday 19 & 26 August.
BBC broadcaster Gemma Cairney hosted evenings full of artists’ talks, hands-on workshops and one-off performances – celebrating the rich programme of visual art across the capital for Edinburgh Art Festival.
Our second online Art Late event included:
- An online evening event hosted by multi-award winning BBC broadcaster, author and activist Gemma Cairney.
- A film of an in-conversation event and tour of the exhibition In Relation to Linum between RBGE Head of Creative Programmes Emma Nicolson and artist Christine Borland.
- David Sherry presented a drawing workshop looking at movement and action.
- Chizu Anucha, whose work Slump, subside and other farewells is part of our Associate Artist Programme, performed a live sound piece.
- A narrative by Mara the Storyteller, ‘Blood and Gold’, which explores themes of identity, belonging, home and drawing inspiration. Also featuring Gateway by Sequoia Barnes and In guise of Land by Matthew Arthur Williams, two new commissions at Johnston Terrace Wildlife Garden, presented as part of Edinburgh Art Festival’s Associate Artist Programme curated by Tako Taal.
Art Late Giveaway
To celebrate the return of Art Late in its new digital form we are giving away a bundle of treats from our festival supporters.
By attending Art Late you can enter our prize draw giveaway, with winners receiving a festival bundle including a 2021 limited edition festival tote bag designed by artist Isaac Julien, beer from Bellfield Brewery and chocolate by COCO Chocolatier.
Each booking is one entry.