Monthly Archives: May 2014

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Editorial Internship

Students and graduates to work w/ Editor & Publisher on features, news, exhibition previews, research, business administration, etc. Must be organised & upbeat w/ excellent phone manner. Should be familiar w/ WordPress and adept w/social media. Video skills useful. Editor@artmag.co.uk, 07968 725178 more

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Trustees Wanted – New Opportunity

Could you be a Trustee for Edinburgh Palette?

 One of Scotland’s successful and innovative arts organisations has several new opportunities to become a Trustees.

Currently based at St Margaret’s House in Edinburgh’s Meadowbank area, the charity provides quality, affordable studios and gallery space to more than 350 artists and art organisations.

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Chris Rutterford is on the lookout for ‘warriors’ to add his latest mural project

Want to be part of a new mural celebrating the Battle of Bannockburn? Fancy yourself a warrior in the making? St Margaret’s own Chris Rutterford is wants you to be part of his latest mural project, funded through the Kickstarter platform, where all those making a donation  will become a face in the mural and part of Robert the Bruce’s infamous army.

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A Call for Creatives for a Pop Up Shop in Stockbridge

“Twenty Eight – The Collective Pop Up” is a shopping experience, by the people, for the people.

We are organising a pop-up shop venture in the heart of Stockbridge’s independent retail community. The shop will bring a new shopping experience to the community as it is providing local Artists and small businesses, the opportunity to exhibit and sell their work, directly to the public. more

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Open Doors- Last Chance to catch the weekends worth of Fun!

St Margaret’s House Open Door’s Weekend is up and running, with fabulous exhibitions featuring Lubi Lykan‘s Tweed Couture & Embroidery  and  Cutting Edge – an exhibition of exciting contemporary textiles by  Edge textile artists Scotland .

Th full program launched on Saturday with a range of workshops, exhibits and open studios, for the public to explore and create within this fantastic creative hub.  Gallery 1  house somed great Felt making workshops  with Heather Potten yesterday, as well as a  Puppet show & creating puppets with Le Petit Monde, Glass Art with Denise Horn, the Daisy Daisy project with artist Jan Bee Brown & textile workshops with Awesome Folk (artist Kate Burwell & Lorna Brown).

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Categories: Events & Exhibitions

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