Monthly Archives: January 2015

Local event | Desire Lines Discussion

Desire linesThe third phase of Desire Lines, an open conversation about the cultural and creative future of Edinburgh, will take place with two discussions on the afternoon and evening of Tuesday 3 February at the Assembly Rooms.  Following a lively and stimulating discussion about what makes Edinburgh a culturally successful city in Summerhall on December 8 2014, and a survey to explore perspectives and priorities for the cultural future of the City, this essential conversation will enter its next stage.

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Bursary Student Interview | Seamus Killick

For those of you who did not know, each year St Margaret’s House offers two studios to recent graduates of Gray’s School and the Edinburgh College of Art. Now in its second year, the Bursary Programme has been a great success. This year’s crop of student-artists have been surely and steadily developing their practices since they moved in last November.

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Fond farewell to Andrea Koelink

Miss Andrea Koelink’s internship with Moody Monday is nearly at its end. As well as a talented young designer and fashion blogger, she is also a kind and lovely person – we will miss her presence here. Before she goes, she had the following to say to everyone here at St Margaret’s:
 

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Event | L’Age d’Or – Live Sink Performance

L'age d'or smallerAhead of his gallery residency here next month, Tim Vincent-Smith and his band Sink will be providing live accompaniment to the surrealist masterpiece L’Age d’Or, in a one-off showing in the Filmhouse this Friday night. The film caused a wee bit of a stir (and more than a few riots) when it was first released – it is expected Sink and the Noize Choir will recapture that with this performance..and then some.

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