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Hula exhibition and par-tay

The show is up.  The show is on.  Last night the final installation phase went down (you could possibly read into this that I didn’t have all my stuff together for phase 1, which could have been the only phase).  However, if you’re feeling generous, perhaps it would be more beneficial to think that I’ve got such a lot going on and I am trying my very best.

So.  It’s all there, lined up and looking like it was meant to be there all along.  I did aim for that outcome; had the HULA logo beside my work desk the entire time to ensure that my colours gelled with theirs.

All the originals are for sale, bar the one that already sold.  There are also high quality giclee prints for purchase.

As for the opening night festivities on the 1st of August, read on…

As seen on the Facebook Invitation Page:

To mark the beginning of Edinburgh’s vibrant Fringe Festival, Hula is proud to be hosting a night of art and enjoyment.

In celebration of this city’s beautiful and iconic architecture we will be exhibiting a truly unique collection of print and textile art depicting the beauty of the Grassmarket from local artist Cassandra Harisson.

All of the artwork on display will be for sale – including the originals and the limited edition prints – apart from Hula’s very own commissioned piece that will remain in the café forevermore, something that we are very excited about!

There cannot be a doubt that this will be a very special night for Hula. In accordance with this theme we will be serving delicious snacks (straight from the Hula menu) and some not-to-be-missed rum punch. For your musical enjoyment The Edinburgh Samba School will be joining us at the start of the evening. Later in the evening Megan Davidson will be making a Grassmarket debut of her acoustic talents.

We hope you can join us, there is limited capacity so please RSVP here.

If you are unable to make it, the collection will be displayed from the 20th of July until the 1st of September so feel free to pop down and have a look.

Cassandra Harrison:

The Samba School:

Hula Juice Bar:

Megan Davidson:



I am an artist living and working in a rather gorgeous city. My art can be purchased in various shops throughout the city as well as from my online shop. Most of my work is for commission, private and corporate. I am the founder of Crash Course in Art History Limited.

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