Edinburgh resident, University worker, flaneuse, interested in aesthetic spaces and digital extensions, social media curating

Art in Granton 2021

The history group at granton:hub is planning a heritage event during the weekend of 11-12 September to recruit new volunteers and raise local awareness. We will also host a complementary 'Art in Granton' exhibition giving artists an opportunity to sell... Continue Reading →

Expression of Interest: Recycl-age Art 2021

granton:hub would like to invite individual artists and makers, as well as artist collectives and community groups to use Madelvic House as the location for their next exhibition.  This call is open to all Artists and Makers: painters, printmakers, photographers,... Continue Reading →


An invitation from Madelvic History Group at granton:hubto an online evening illustrated talk by Kenneth G Williamsonexploring the rich history of the first trams and trains in Granton,Edinburgh. Thursday 17th September 6.30pm -8pmAn online illustrated talk on ZoomJoining details –Meeting... Continue Reading →

Log Boat

We have been progressing slowly over the last month - following lockdown and Covid-19 distancing guidances. Now, according to the latest guidance from the Scottish Government - we are allowed to meet up outdoor with people from 4 other household... Continue Reading →

Scrapstore 15 August open day

Please note there is a change of date for the Scrapstore open air day. This will now go head on Saturday 15th August 1-3.30pm. Come and stock up on scrapstore supplies al fresco. There will be a large selection of... Continue Reading →

Catriona Patience

Catriona Patience is an early career artist who uses watercolour, wool and natural materials to create simple, evocative art which reflects the changing seasons. She creates art and crafts which celebrate the details of the natural world. In particular she... Continue Reading →

community pantry

A reminder that granton:hub community pantry is open every Wednesday from 11.00-12.30. We will have supplies from Fareshare, Refugee Community Kitchen Edinburgh and fresh veg and herbs from Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. If anyone has any questions about pantry, please e-mail

Photographer Paul Cunningham

This new video is a collaboration between photographer Paul Cunningham, musician Harry Bongo and Gina Fierlafijn Reddie who provided the concept and production. Photographer Paul Cunningham is self-taught and used to be a tour guide. His knowledge and fascination of... Continue Reading →

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