Out of the Blue currently houses over 100 artists, arts organisations and other creative businesses at The Out of the Blue Drill Hall, Arts Factory2, Leith Walk Studios, Abbeymount Studios and Out of the Blue Music Studios. The list below is a selection illustrating the range and quality.
Artists: To update your directory entry or add content, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Learñ en el Patio is a unique space to socialise with other students and tutors in a Spanish environment in the heart of Edinburgh. Our philosophy is based on the idea of becoming a place where people can taste a piece of Spain through courses, activities and events, escaping from their daily routine or just meeting with friends while enjoying a tasty coffee or Spanish brunch.
LifeMosaic produces and co-ordinates the distribution of educational resources for indigenous peoples. Resources are primarily based on community testimonies; they present complex issues in an accessible and engaging way; and support indigenous peoples right to free, prior and informed consent. – See more at: http://www.lifemosaic.net/eng/about/
I am an award winning short film director based in Edinburgh, Scotland, currently developing a slate of short films and writing a feature film, Goodbye Eli.
I was born and raised in Taiwan in 1984 and moved to U.K in 2000, and after graduating from a BSc degree in Pharmacology at University of Edinburgh, I decided to pursue Photography which later leads to Filmmaking.
I learned filmmaker by making, through taking professional screenwriting and directing workshop, working on friend’s project, reading, writing, and watching lots of films. I am inspired by a lot of European filmmakers, Claire Denis, Lynn Ramsay, Krzysztof Kieślowski, Theo Angelopoulos, Carl Dreyer, the list goes on and on.
Lynsey May lives, loves and writes in Edinburgh. She writes web copy, blogs and lots and lots of fiction. Lynsey won a New Writers Award from Scottish Book Trust in 2013, a Robert Louis Stevenson Fellowship in 2015 and her short fiction has found its way into various journals and anthologies, including The Stinging Fly, Gutter and New Writing Scotland.