These intimate performances have been scheduled to coincide with the Craigmillar and Niddrie Community Festival and mark the launch of an exciting 5 year-long collaboration between the SCO and Craigmillar Now.
Nihad al Turk has been in residence at Craigmillar Now since November 2020. During this time, he has produced a series of captivating, large scale paintings depicting haunting figures and imaginary creatures, inspired by Kurdish myths and the Christian iconography of the former church space where they were made.
Daily Myths will be exhibited at Craigmillar Now from the 14 August until the 27 September. For more information please visit www.craigmillarnow.com
We are restricting numbers to 10 people per performance, this allows for physical distancing within the exhibition space.
Hand santiser will be available on entry and face masks are mandatory when indoors, unless you are exempt.