Exhibitions

Urban bees

Urban bees

Find out about our busy buzzing neighbours - the wild bees that inhabit our parks, gardens and urban spaces. There are 2,000 species of bees in Europe providing invaluable services to people and nature. Like their domestic cousin, the honey bee, wild bees are threatened and cities can become one of their last refuges.

International Garden Photographer of the Year

International Garden Photographer of the Year

An outdoor photography exhibition featuring gardens, plants and landscapes that reveal the diversity and beauty of our green planet. Presenting a selection of the winning entries from the world’s leading garden photography competitions by both amateur and professional photographers.

Amy Shelton: Bee Works | Florilegium

Amy Shelton: Bee Works | Florilegium

An exhibition of recent work exploring the current threats to the honeybee.

Nicolas Party: Boys and Pastel

Nicolas Party: Boys and Pastel

Inverleith House is delighted to present Nicolas Party, Boys and Pastel, the first major solo exhibition in a UK public gallery by the Swiss artist (b.1980, Lausanne. Lives and works in Brussels, Belgium).

Inspiring Landscapes Exhibition by the Forth Community Arts Project

Inspiring Landscapes Exhibition by the Forth Community Arts Project

The Inspiring Landscapes Community Arts Project was initiated in 2009, encouraging people from Forth village in South Lanarkshire to interpret the landscape through personal art work.

Botanical Images Scotia - BISCOT

Botanical Images Scotia - BISCOT

The 11th Annual Botanical Images Scotia - BISCOT Exhibition. A showcase of top contemporary botanical art from home and abroad, in an innovative collaboration between RBGE and the Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society.

Photosynthesis: Shedding new light on plants

Photosynthesis: Shedding new light on plants

The first exhibition in Scotland by artists from the Dutch art collective, Tropism. Featuring botanical installations and photographs of plants taken with unusual, often scientific, visualisation techniques, the exhibition provides a surprising and spectacularly different view on plants.

Alternative Photography Scotland: ACTINIC

Alternative Photography Scotland: ACTINIC

Actinism is the property of solar radiation that leads to the production of photochemical and photobiological effects occurring in such things as analogue photographic printmaking and photosynthesis in plants.

Scottish Nature Photography Awards

An exhibition of winning images from the 2014 Scottish Nature Photography Awards will be on show.The photo competition attracted > 2000 entries from around the world from professional and amateur photographers.

Lorna Fraser: The Herbarium, An Artist's View

Lorna Fraser: The Herbarium, An Artist's View

An exhibition of new work by Edinburgh based artist Lorna Fraser. This work in ceramic and print is inspired by the plant specimens from the RBGE Herbarium.

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