‘Drawing on Drawing’ is a major exhibition of drawings which runs at ECA until 4th March 2016.
The exhibition will bring together works by current students in all years from across the School of Art, alongside drawings from staff and invited alumni, for whom drawing is a central part of their practice. This includes Edinburgh Palette resident artists past and present, such as Robyn Benson, Seamus Killick and Deirdre Macleod. moreCategories: Community News, Events & Exhibitions, News
Sunday 28 February between 3:00 pm and 6:30 pm
Featuring Jaimie MacDonald, Emma Macleod, Nicola Turnbull, Fiona Hermse, Amy Cameron, Deirdre Macleod and Eleanor Symms
Between 9th and 28th February, we have been based in Gallery 1, St Margaret’s House, exploring, experimenting and developing our work.
Please come and see what we have been doing and have some tea and cake on the final day of our residency, Sunday 28 February from 3pm.
This residency is facilitated by Karl Finn Graham, and kindly supported by Edinburgh Palette.
There is still time left to donate winter clothing for displaced refugees in conjunction (with Re-Act). The donation stations will remain until Friday 26 February at 9pm in the Ground Floor lobby area of St Margaret’s House, 151 London Road, Edinburgh, EH7 6AE.
You can still donate art supplies for local food banks (with the Give Art project) to the special stations in the Ground Floor lobby and the following local locations:
- Bon Papillon, 15 Howe St, Edinburgh EH3 6TE
- The Velvet Easel Gallery, 298 Portobello High St, Portobello EH15 2AS
Thank you for all of your continued support for these fantastic local charities and their incredible work at a community, national and international level.
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Memories of a Lullaby is a one woman show based on a (my) true life-story about growing up in Venezuela between horror and beauty, desperation and hope, the need to remember and the wish to forget.
Memories of a Lullaby questions how social-political conditions shape us as individuals, while attempting to give a perspective on how our realities differ greatly depending on where we are born and raised in the world. moreCategories: Community News, News
granton:hub would like to invite artists and makers to submit work for the ‘Art in Granton’ exhibition to be held on the 18th, 19th and 20th March, 2016 at Madelvic House, Granton.
Madelvic House is Edinburgh’s latest exhibition and event venue, offering flexible creative space, adaptable to the demands and imagination of the local community. Upcoming activities include film screenings, art exhibitions, local history presentations, a community arts platform, poetry readings, kids activities, workshops, information days and so much more! moreCategories: Community News, Events & Exhibitions, News