The time is soon upon us to head off to the magical Kelburn Estate to set up for the Neverending Glen – the multimedia art trail co-curated by Sophia Lindsay Burns from art hub Edinburgh Palette and The Too Much Fun Club. Our artists have been busy in production over the last few months and Sophia has arrived on site at Kelburn today to start the process of getting all the artworks installed in their homes on the glen. moreCategories: Community News, Events & Exhibitions, Featured, News, News Featured
The Wee Theatre, St Margaret House’s new space dedicated to Children and Young People is all go from July!
True to its ethos, we have put together a programme of classes and events designed to nurture creativity in a fun and relaxing way. moreCategories: Community News, Featured, News, News Featured
Following the Light Bytes event series, there is an open call for Curiosity Awards proposals of £1,000. Creative Edinburgh are looking to support six collaborative prototype projects which explore creative technologies by cultural organisations and technologists.Community News, News
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Walk’s renowned bric-a-brac shop, Settlement Projects. Eponymously titled, “Poor Art” will present art amidst the oddities; expect an eclectic mix of sculptures, performance and posters questioning “What is the value of art?”….
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We mix traditional language learning methods to classical acting techniques to get the best of both worlds and learn while having fun.
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Since it took over St Margaret’s in 2008, Edinburgh Palette has been giving space for the Upward Mobility Project to grow and expand its range of services, projects and workshops. June of 2016 is a year for looking back at the first 10 years of UPMO (including its initial growth before joining us here) and what their students have achieved in that time. moreCategories: Community News, News