ART WALK develops social practice year-round projects working with artists and local communities engaging with the public realm at Edinburgh’s coastline in and around Portobello & associated neighbourhoods, many of which feed into the annual Art Walk Porty Festival.
Field-Studies in Radical Mycography
As part of our ongoing Climate Cafe series we delve into the world of medicinal fungi with this series of walking workshops
Vira Putri’s work draws upon jamu, the Indonesian traditional healing practice which the artist likens to cooking, used to cure fatigue and rheumatic symptoms
Linde Ex, Dana Olărescu & Oscar van Heek
In 2022, Art Walk Projects invited three artists to collaborate on a project that would link three saltmarsh locations: in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria; East Lothian, Scotland; and The Wa…
An installation in response to the safe haven provided to four cruise ships in the Forth during the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic
Walksy Walking App
‘Walksy.’ (or Walk & See) offers a creative way to record our outdoors whilst we walk.
Fiona Hermse, Oi Musica and Portobello Older Peoples’ Project
Merry-go-round style sculptures and a musical parade along Portobello Prom involving collected memories of Porty’s pleasure industries
The 2017 Art Walk Porty festival centred on a series of temporary interventions taking visitors on a journey along Seafield Promenade to Meadows Yard Nature Reserve exploring notions of…
Jacqueline Donachie, Nathalie Holbrook, Deirdre Macleod, Rosy Naylor, City of Play
An art engagement project working with Sustrans and East Dunbartonshire Council to draw together public opinion relating to the developing of local public spaces in the centre of Lenzie…