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JUPITER ARTLAND FOUNDATION ANNOUnCES full 2019 artistic programme

Release date: Wednesday 27 March 2019
  • Maverick US artist Trisha Brown’s choreography to be staged across Jupiter Artland’s iconic landscape as part of Edinburgh International Festival, alongside the first UK retrospective of the artist’s work
  • Jupiter inaugurates season of ecological research with new commission by South American artist Daniel Lie, their first solo exhibition in the UK
  • Cate Le Bon, The Comet is Coming, Karen Gwyer, Apartment House, Julius Eastman, Elaine Mitchener, The Vaselines, OH141 and more announced for JUPITER RISING, Scotland’s newest festival of art, music and ideas
  • Joana Vasconcelos returns to unveil Jupiter’s 2019 permanent commission Gateway, the artist’s most ambitious public artwork to date, as part of Edinburgh Art Festival

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LINE-up Announced for jupiter rising festival

Release date: Thursday 21 March 2019
  • Cate Le Bon, Karen Gwyer, Eric Chenaux and Apartment House join The Comet is Coming, The Vaselines, OH141 and Alpha Maid for JUPITER RISING 2019. 
  • JUPITER RISING creates a platform for new work by Ain Bailey (co-commissioned with SUPERNORMAL), Mary Hurrell, Steve Warwick and Carlos Maria Romero. 
  • A programme partnership with Scottish Queer International Film Festival (SQIFF) sits within a specially curated presentation of film and artist moving image. 
  • 2019 celebrates 1970s and 1980s New York, with programmes dedicated to choreographer Trisha Brown and composer Julius Eastman.


festival launch

Release date: Tuesday 5 February 2019 
  • The Comet is Coming, The Vaselines, Alpha Maid and OH141 announced among the first artists to perform at JUPITER RISING, Scotland’s newest art and music festival
  • A new visual identity by Jim Lambie launches online today as part of JUPITER RISING’S artist-commission programme, which also includes the premiere of new work by Mary Hurrell as part of Edinburgh Art Festival
  • Curated as part of Jupiter Artland’s artistic-programme, the festival will weave throughout the 100-acre sculpture park offering a unique experience that transcends the music and art worlds