Art Walk Projects produces place-centred collaborative new art working with artists and communities at Edinburgh’s coast and beyond

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As we continue to navigate challenges with funding this year, we are grateful more than ever for the support received through our Art Walk Friends Programme.

Be the first to receive announcements of all events, receive a free tote bag, and also get 10% off all purchases in our Festival Hub and across our Art Houses programme. Cost £25 annually.

COAST-R

2024-2027 Coastal futures

New resilient coastal communities and seas network announced to generate knowledge, action and resilience for UK coastal communities and seas

Granton Eastern Breakwater Lichen Project

Scientist Toby Mills, in collaboration with artists Frances Lingard and Finn Rabbitt Dove

2024 Ecology UnderCurrent Walking

A new interdisciplinary walking project is planned over the coming months, centred on lichen, being produced by scientist Toby Mills, in collaboration with artists Frances Lingard and F…

Thrift: Climate Conversations

2024 Food UnderCurrent

Portobello

Research Award from The Royal Society of Edinburgh: Healthy Planet, Healthy People

Field-Studies in Radical Mycography

Myceliart Collective

2023-2024 Climate Cafe

As part of our ongoing Climate Cafe series we delve into the world of medicinal fungi with this series of walking workshops

About Us

ART WALK PROJECTS is an artist-led organisation working to produce site responsive public realm art projects, artist residencies, exhibitions and events embedded within communities of North East Edinburgh, with a particular emphasis on environmental oriented new art and coastal futures.

Latest News


  • Thrift

    We’re delighted to announce we’ve recently received a research award from the Royal Society of Edinburgh for Thrift: Climate Conversations to take place this September focussing on food futures of […] Read more

  • UNCONTAINED

    A day of temporary installations & artworks around Portobello Beach in response to Vessel from Edinburgh College of Art students, created in association with tutor, Alicia Bruce & Rosy Naylor, […] Read more