Talbot Rice Gallery
- Telephone 0131 650 2210
- Opening times Opening times vary, see individual events for details.
- Website www.trg.ed.ac.uk
Established in 1975, Talbot Rice Gallery is one of Scotland’s leading public galleries of contemporary visual art, with strong links to Edinburgh College of Art. It is named after David Talbot Rice, former professor of fine art at Edinburgh University, and is housed in university buildings on South Bridge. There are exhibitions in three rooms: the White Gallery, committed to contemporary Scottish and international artists; the Round Room, for installations and experimental projects complementing the White Gallery programme; and the Georgian Gallery, presenting a programme of temporary exhibitions. The gallery also hosts special events including panel discussions, storytelling and gallery tours.
There are 2 events at this location
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Between Poles and Tides
Works in a variety of media from Katie Paterson, Jonathan Owen and Ian Hamilton Finlay, among others.
Kate V Robertson: Object(hood)
Installation featuring artefacts from the University of Edinburgh's collection, including a conch trumpet and a death mask of Isaac Newton.