This June the team are celebrating Pride Month. The Giant Kaleidosphere exhibit at the main entrance was used to reflect the Progress Flag as part of a drive to be more inclusive of the expansive breath of identity within the LGBTQ+ community.  

Team member Lisa in the Giant Kaleidosphere surrounded by the Progress Flag  Lisa and Adrianne celebrate Pride Month in the Giant Kaleidosphere at Camera Obscura

Visitors to Camera Obscura can also see the Progress Flag flying high on the Rooftop Terrace, on one of Edinburgh’s highest flag poles, which can be seen from all over the city. 

The Progress Flag on the rooftop at Camera Obscura

The Rooftop Terrace and Giant Kaleidosphere are just a couple of highlights in over 100 interactive exhibits you can get involved while visiting and we remain open every day, with extended opening hours for the summer holidays. 

General Manager Andrew Johnson said ‘We are incredibly happy to be celebrating Pride Month and to be remembering the importance of the Stonewall riots 52 years on. At Camera Obscura we offer a fully inclusive and supportive workplace and are proud to have staff and visitors from across the LGBTQ+ spectrum who are free to be themselves.’ 

 

 

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