Monthly Archives: April 2016

Special announcement | Open Studios 2016

Emma-Open-for-artSt Margaret’s House is an inclusive, creative community where arts, enterprise and communities are able to co-exist and collaborate. Despite its size, the building often feels hidden in plain sight. Therefore we open our doors once a year to let the public see all that goes on here.

This year, we plan to open for art on Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd October 2016. There are three exhibitions featuring St Margaret’s residents opening that weekend, so we cautiously expect good footfall already.

We are sure you will immediately want to cancel all other plans – weddings, birthdays, holidays, etc. (Please note that Edinburgh Palette cannot be held liable for any charges incurred from cancelled travel arrangements).

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Free seminar for community groups

Thursday 2 June 2016 Arrival 5.30pm for 6pm -7.15 Seminar
Quartermile  Two (off Lauriston Place old Royal Infirmary site) 2 Lister Square Edinburgh EH3 9GL

The majority of voluntary organisations in Scotland are unincorporated associations but, quite often, the people involved in running them can misunderstand what this status means and the potential for those involved to become personally liable for the debts and obligations of the association. Sometimes, this can have serious financial implications for those involved.

It will be of particular interest to groups which have premises/land/staff as it addresses potential risks/liabilities for unincorporated organisations. more

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The Artycraft of Fundraising

The Thrive Archive are planning a series of collaborative art workshops to share the artycraft of funding in G5 the new Creative Learning Space at St Margaret’s House.

Curator and artist Jan Bee Brown says ‘we don’t have all the answers but we’ve some new more
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Job Opportunity | Upward Mobility

Interested in a new experience working to improve the quality of life experience for others? Not sure where to start or whether it’s for you? Join the Upward Mobility Team! In addition to our art and creative workshops, we provide a range of workshops to encourage healthy more

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