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Isa Genzken, Untitled, 2012

 Isa Genzken, Untitled, 2012. Courtesy of the Artist, Hauser & Wirth and Galerie Buchholz.


Events Programme

Inverleith House presents public engagement events for each of it's exhibitions.  these are designed to encourage access to our exhibitions programme and can take the form of a talk, music event or film programme.  We are also very happy to provide informal tours for visiting groups, please contact for further information and booking.

(Events free but booking is essential. Contact to reserve a place).


 Curator's Tours
2– 2.45pm
| Every other Friday (1 / 15 / 29 August; 5 / 12 / 19 / 26 September) | Free

Paul Nesbitt and Chloe Reith lead tours of Isa Genzken, Botantical Garden.
Tours begin from the reception of Inverleith House.


Weekend Sculpture Walks
2 - 3pm | Sat 9 / Sun 24 August) | Free

Alexander 'Twig' Champion leads a meditative tour of the Garden’s Outdoor Sculptures including major works by Ian Hamilton Finlay, Andy Goldsworthy, Barbara Hepworth and Alan Johnston.


Sue Tompkins: Dug Nature

Launching September 2014

Dug Nature is a collection of readings by the Glasgow-based artist Sue Tompkins commissioned by Inverleith House for Generation, available as a freely downloadable podcast to be experienced on visits to the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh and its 73 acres of landscaped grounds.

Sue Tompkins (b.1971) is one of the leading artists of her generation and is best known for her distinctive live performances and works of art which often combine elements of text, sculpture, installation and painting. She was part of the influential Glasgow-based collective Elizabeth Go and lead singer with the band Life Without Buildings. Her first major solo exhibition at a public gallery in Scotland was at Inverleith House (24 February to 17 April 2011). She lives and works in Glasgow and is represented by The Modern Institute.

You, Me, and the Plants is generously supported by The Elephant Trust and is part of Generation: 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland.

Sue Tompkins, 2013.

Image courtesy of the artist.

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