Applications are open for the Summer Show, Craft Scotland’s annual selling exhibition during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The Summer Show is Craft Scotland’s annual selling exhibition showcasing the work of over 35 designer/makers from across Scotland. Running for three weeks as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, it gives locals and visitors to the capital the opportunity to see and buy high-quality, original, contemporary craft.
Held on the entire second floor of White Stuff on George Street, Edinburgh, the Summer Show attracts over 4,000 visitors. Now in its seventh year, the Summer Show also hosts an exciting programme of hands-on, maker-led workshops.
The Summer Show is open to the public from Friday 2 to Sunday 25 August 2019, with an invitation-only Private View held on Thursday 1 August 2019.
“Very rare that I'd love to own anything in an exhibition room - but this one hits the spot! Excellent design and execution” - Summer Show 2018 visitor
“Amazing collection, great range of makers. Thoughtfully presented, I loved it” - Summer Show 2018 visitor
5pm, Thursday 17 January 2019: Deadline for receipt of applications to Craft Scotland
By Friday 15 February 2019: Applicants notified of the outcome of their application
Friday 28 June 2019: Participation fee due for payment
Monday 29 July 2019: Delivery of all work to White Stuff, Edinburgh
Thursday 1 August 2019: Summer Show Private View
Friday 2 to Sunday 25 August 2019: Summer Show, show dates
Monday 26 & Tuesday 27 August 2019: Collection of work from White Stuff, Edinburgh
The Summer Show is held on the second floor of White Stuff, which we regret is not accessible to wheelchair users or those who may experience difficulties climbing stairs. A lift is available to the first floor and then a flight of stairs takes visitors to the Summer Show.