Moving Image Arts is an AS level that looks in depth at film technique, history and lets students apply this to their own film.
Screen Education Edinburgh have a strong record in the delivery of the course, with 64% of students on the course here going on to study film in Further and Higher education, and others finding places in the industry. We believe that this is a tremendous opportunity where students are guaranteed to make their own films.
The course is free and open to anyone between the ages of 16 and 21 in Edinburgh and the surrounding areas, and we have several final spaces remaining on the course before it begins on Tuesday 1 October. Students are not required to have made a film before, but an interest would be useful.
I am an art therapist looking for a space to see clients on a Monday evening from 6pm until 8.30pm. I am happy to pay around £50 per month for the space. I would need the space from now until Easter 2020. Please contact me, Katie Alexander, on 07815794463 or email@example.com
At Portobello Beach Bistro – Jacqui Higgs works in a variety of media, including wax, sand and collage. Her paintings explore the urban seascape, in Kirkcudbright, Caithness, Shetland and the Faroe islands.
In Association with Linlithgow Burgh Halls; Alice Boyle Presents ‘COMING ALIVE’.
Go with your feelings – and embrace the sheer joy of these works – Giles Sutherland – The Times – 2017
Expect to be challenged, emotionally touched and frequently amused – Vivien Devlin – ArtMag – 2017
I’m sure this vivacious and engaging woman will continue to produce more evocative collections – Phyllis McLeish – Ayrshire Magazine 2016
Coming Alive is a new body of work by Edinburgh-based artist, Alice Boyle. For many years, Boyle has sketched after daily meditation, creating odd and often distorted creatures that come streaming to mind as soon as the pencil hits the paper. In the spring of 2018 she decided to bring these characters to life, creating a unique world that is as strange as it is familiar.
Boyle’s new work has been inspired by the title of the artist’s previous exhibition, ‘Think Less, Feel More’. While her past show was a comment on the relationship between thinking and feeling and what that might look like, here, Alice has chosen to take a less complex approach, and run with an idea that felt powerful yet simple.
Edinburgh Crisis Centre is based in Leith. We are a mental health charity supporting Edinburgh residents aged 16 years and over who are in mental health distress. We are the only crisis centre in Scotland that provides 24hr support via phone, email and text as well as offering face to face support. Additionally, we have accommodation for people at risk of suicide where they can stay for up to a week in a safe environment and receive support from safe 24hrs a day.
Being a charity we rely on fundraising events in order to keep improving the environment of the centre and to make it as safe and relaxed as possible for people visiting the centre. With previous fundraising events we have been able to install a new kitchen and start an art group and writing group which we have recently won an ‘Inspiring Edinburgh’ award for our willing and able volunteers.
We are looking for donations of artwork. We are looking to hold a charity auction at the end of the year and an item such as this would be gratefully received.
The Cryer Magazine launches in South Edinburgh in December 2019. Currently based in East Lothian as a free full colour lifestyle magazine, it will be delivered bi-monthly and direct to 15,000 houses across areas such as Greenbank, Comiston, Morningside, The Grange, Marchmont and Newington. With a focus on interiors, fashion and health+well-being there are a number of fantastic opportunities for businesses and individuals based at St Margarets’ House to get involved! From straight forward ad space to advertorials, features or product placement, we can work with you to publicise your work or latest project. For more information or to request a media pack please contact Euan McKenzie at firstname.lastname@example.org