We are a community coworking and creative events space based in Edinburgh. To be more precise, we are based in the community of Portobello, Edinburgh’s seaside. We are a collection of social entrepreneurs, freelancers, charities, SMEs and enterprises. From photographers to translators, graphic designers to environmental consultants, we have over 100 members and provide office, studios, permanent desk and hot desking. Tribe is big on building community and believes that a nurturing environment which sparks creativity and collaboration is good for business, individuals and communities. At Tribe, you will also find a strong community of female run enterprises through our partner, Tribe Women, as well as The Edinburgh Tool Library, Velow Bikeworks, Portobello Natural Health, Sodak, The Pilates Studio Edinburgh and more. Tribe Porty is proudly a social enterprise.
Although this labour of love building would still be cool on its own, the folk who use it really do make it extra special. We all share a creative approach to life and work and sign up to the give and take culture of Tribe. We all have something important to give and we all need each other, eventually. It is a place to connect, be productive and get inspired.
I came to Tribe through word of mouth. Heard folk saying how much I would like the space! Right now, I am working a brief on over to France to shoot 3 Moulin Rouge dancers all Scottish – for a UK publication in various locations around Paris in original costumes.
See more of Marc’s photographer at www.marcmillarphotography.com
Get connected to the very best right here in Tribe. We have regular classes and ever changing and expanding events and workshops. We have something for everyone; health and wellness, arts, business development and much more. Check out our calendar for more information.
Tribe Porty is proud to be collaborating once more with Loretta Dunn founder of Life Circle. The concept of Life Circle is simple, to share life experiences and expertise in a warm and friendly atmosphere. It is a forum to explore not only the practical aspects of being human across the life cycle from birth through to death but create opportunities for transformation and growth. Our facilitator is a former nurse and midwife with 36 years experience in primary care, nurse teaching and supporting families through many of life’s major events and now works as a funeral celebrant. Without some measure of intimacy with grief, our capacity to be with any other emotion or experience in our life is greatly compromised, so we created this to explore personal stories of life, love and loss. More here.