Stills

Stills
23 Cockburn Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1BP
  • Telephone 0131 622 6200
  • Opening times Daily: 11am–6pm.
  • Website www.stills.org
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Stills

Opened in 1977, Stills was Scotland’s first gallery dedicated to contemporary photography. It has darkroom and digital editing facilities and runs regular courses which help in its aim to support emerging Scottish talent. The gallery regularly commissions artists to create exhibitions, as well as hosting a residency programme for the critical and technical development of six artists over a 12-month period.

  • Provides: Free wi-fi

Reviews & features

Scotland's Workshops Week aims to draw attention to the quality of facilities on offer

19 Nov 2019

We pick some highlights from the programme, which brings together 11 of the country's sculpture workshops, print-making and photography studios

Scotland's reputation in the visual arts is well established, but few people make the connection between international shows and Turner Prize wins and the artists' facilities on the ground where world-class work is made. That's one of the reasons why…

Culture class: have a creative outlet for your student worries

20 Sep 2018

So you know all about the masters and the tastemakers – how about becoming one yourself? We take a look at some of the hands-on visual art activities on offer in Glasgow and Edinburgh

Forget naff posters, how about creating something by hand to decorate the walls of your new student digs? Edinburgh Printmakers and Glasgow Print Studio offer a range of courses in printmaking – from afternoon classes in simple stencil screen-prints…

Stills launch 40th Anniversary Auction

3 Oct 2017

Artists show their support for Stills by donating works to support the centre of photography's future programme

Artists including Rachel Maclean, Wendy McMurdo and Robin Gillanders have donated works for a major fundraising auction in aid of Stills, Edinburgh's centre for photography. The auction is part of a larger fundraising campaign launched by Stills as part…

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