To celebrate on the eve of World Autism Awareness Day, there will be a live music event on Wednesday 1st April, featuring PET, The Just Joans and The Fast Girls. It all starts at 7.00pm on the ground floor and entry is free! Please come along and show your support for this important date in the calendar which is now in its eighth year.
Opening on Saturday 4 April, 6pm – 8pm.
4 – 19 April. Open 12pm – 5pm daily.
(Also open 6pm – 8pm Saturday 4th, 11th, 18th)
The Number Shop presents Primordial Soup, an evolving exhibition made possible with the support of the wonderful people at ASCUS art and science, as part of the Edinburgh International Science Festival more
Jaimie Macdonald, our building’s gracious queen of all green matters, has devised 4 weeks of coached creative adventures – delivered to you online but taken in nature. You will explore and deepen your connection to some of the green spaces near you, whilst having fun and being creative.
With the deadline for applications this Friday 27th March, there’s still time to apply for the Edinburgh Creative Industries incubator in the UNESCO Creative City Shenzhen, China. This is a great opportunity to showcase your talents abroad as part of a product showcase that will be displayed throughout the incubator for 3 months from launch on Friday 15th May.
This 5-day intensive workshop is hosted by the Edinburgh Icon School and designed for students of all abilities, no previous experience is required. The aim of the course is to help you understand the tradition of icon painting through studying masterpieces, and through their inspiration to create your own icon.
Basia Mindewicz is an experienced icon painter and teacher, who will introduce every aspect of the process of making an icon, emphasising the importance of personal relationship with the Divine reality, and creativity.
Get on Track is the DKHT Flagship project (in England). The programme will last 14 months. GOT provides disadvantaged young people (aged 16-25) with the self-discipline, motivation and confidence they need to enhance their employability and to lead more active lives. The project is a sport-based, personal & social development programme delivered with mentoring support from elite athlete role models and is delivered in five phases: Warm Up, On your marks, Get Set, GO and Keep in Touch. We are looking to launch the GOT at the beginning of May 2015.