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Edinburgh’s Shoreline

Edinburgh’s Shoreline

As part of RBGE’s Shoreline project, local communities have been exploring the rich natural and cultural heritage of Edinburgh’s 27km coast.

Insect Week

Insect Week

Celebrate National Insect Week with drop-in activities that bring the diversity and crucial role of insects to life. From pollination to waste recycling insects are keeping vital processes in nature working. Join us to learn more about these often overlooked, yet fascinating, animals.

Germinator

Germinator

The Germinator Exhibition is a celebration of the work that three Edinburgh Primary Schools have created over the past year with artist Natalie Taylor, and graphic designer Irena Stehlikova.

Germinator Workshop - Paint From Plants

Germinator Workshop - Paint From Plants

Come to our juice bar and liquidise your own paint from beetroot, turmeric, oranges, and much more. You can then have a go at painting with your very own new pigment.

RNA World - Exhibition

RNA World - Exhibition

RNA World explores the crucial role of the RNA in our cells, using glass art. New artworks, created by scientists and artist will be displayed in the Glasshouses.

Germinator Workshop - Beetroot Printing

Germinator Workshop - Beetroot Printing

Come along to our exhibition, and learn how to make your own booklet and beetroot stamp. Create patterns and designs from beetroots. No experience needed.

Singing the Lost Words

Singing the Lost Words

Join Jane Lewis and Penny Stone to learn some new harmony songs based on The Lost Words exhibition.

Singing the Lost Words into Life Songwriting - Finding the Lost Words

Singing the Lost Words into Life Songwriting - Finding the Lost Words

Jane Lewis and Penny Stone will facilitate a songwriting workshop, creating original songs based on The Lost Words.

#Pianodrome Live

#Pianodrome Live

Brilliant multi-instrumentalists S!nk host a nightly cornucopia of new music, movement and more in the world's first ever #Pianodrome.

#Pianodrome

#Pianodrome

The Pianodrome is a playable 100-seater amphitheater built entirely from over 50 disused pianos. Gracing the Pyrus Lawn throughout August, visitors are invited to play in, on and around this world-first interactive installation.

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