From its inception Out of the Blue’s mission has been to provide opportunities for artists and other people who face barriers to creativity, to meet, work, participate, enjoy themselves, learn and develop skills and knowledge. Out of the Blue has established a reputation as an independent, dynamic and innovative cultural social enterprise. Out of the Blue is one of Scotland’s leading community, cultural and arts development organisations working in partnership to provide economic, cultural, social and educational opportunities, to a significant number of people to make a real difference to their lives.

Out of the Blue Arts and Education Trust is a Company Limited by Guarantee with charitable status with two trading subsidiaries, The Bongo Club Ltd and Out of the Blue Productions.

Out of the Blue create jobs and opportunities as a social enterprise financed through trading, investment and loans.

July 2015 News

The OOTB Drill Hall is offering up 4 exhibitions in July. Citizen Curator and Jan Bee Brown’s Seven of the 7th explores the impact on Leith and its people of the Gretna rail disaster. The exhibition includes The Tree of Life, produced in partnership with Pilmeny Youth Centre and artist Heather Scott, which pupils from Leith Academy helped to create.(until 13th August, Mon – Sat) The exhibition is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Meanwhile always talking, must try harder is an exh… Read full news article→


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