We are delighted to announce the following exhibitions as part of our Festival season during August 2022.
- Sylvie Weatherall‘s The Last Supper will be returning to St Mary’s Cathedral, to be installed on the High Altar again.
Drawing of exhibition by Sylvie Weatherall.
- Gardner and Gardner’s Peacemakers The artist’s will be installed in the Resurrection Chapel, weaving a peace loom over the duration of the month.
- A community project called Outside In led by artist Mousa AlNana will involve a series of workshops, running in the Resurrection Chapel and Walpole Hall, leading to a co-created artwork that will be exhibited in the King Charles Chapel.
- Outside InA week-long fringe event to co-create a 3-D artwork on the theme of discovering hope after loss and displacement. Led by celebrated artist Mousa AlNana, and a project team of volunteers and community artists.
Celebrate the movement from Outside In by dropping in anytime from 10-4.30 Monday 8th to Saturday 13th to add your own colours to the emerging piece.
Book a place at one of the 7 workshops, on offer in the Walpole Hall – 90 minutes, either at 10.30-12 or at 14.00-15.30 on the 8th August / Tuesday 9th / Friday 12th / or Saturday 13th August: call Sarah on 07593316284
View the community artists’ exhibition from 7 – 14 August, whose work celebrates a spiritual truth: ‘the longest journey is the journey within.’
We’ll finish with a celebration of Outside In on Saturday 13 August at 6pm, with music and refreshments. All welcome!
Outside In is supported by Artlink, L’Arche, the City of Edinburgh Council’s Diversity and Inclusion fund – and hosted by St Mary’s.
f/b Outside In Art Group Week Instagram:@OutsideIn_Artevent