We promote diversity by drawing on lived experiences to inform arts responses which are relevant and enduring.
Here’s a publication we’ve produced about the imaginative projects we’ve been creating in Midlothian. Small businesses and individuals have given their time, their skills and their creative spirit to this venture. And what they receive in return is priceless…
Friday 18th July 2pm and 3.30pm Join a performance created at Greyfriars Churchyard and Sandy Bells pub on Forrest Road. Using the climate, sounds, smells and landscape of the Churchyard and the very different environment, smells and tastes available in… Continue Reading →
Artist Juliana Capes and writer Laura Cameron Lewis create interweaving narratives from generations of women with connections to Portobello Prom across their lives.
Created by Ken Cockburn with the National Library of Scotland. Listen to extracts from the final performance and interviews about the project process.
At the start of October 2013 Artlink and the Scottish Beekeepers Association met to discuss the possibility of working together to create a welcoming and interesting display for the 2014 Royal Highland Show. When we took these initial discussions… Continue Reading →
Artlink is launching a new website, Investigate Create, providing information to open up the arts for people with sight loss, people with hearing loss and sign language users. Investigate Create launches on 11 June with an event in the Great… Continue Reading →