Opportunities

De-Stash Special

A Chance to get rid of surplus art and craft materials *

Join us on Sunday 14th May 2017 at St. Margaret’s House, ‘Edinburgh Palette’, 151 London Rd, EH7 6AE for the very first ‘De-Stash Special’ event.

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* This event is for selling of art and craft material only, no household items, no finished craft pieces or art work.

If you book a table, you must ‘man’ it and organise your own cash float.

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Be Part of our New St Margaret’s House Fanzine

EPpinkOne week left to apply!

What is a doctor without a stethoscope, a carpenter without a hammer or an astronaut without a spacesuit? We all use different tools every day. Without them we couldn’t be able to do our work the same way.

Which tool do you use the most? What’s the story behind it? Send a picture of it and what you use it for to Helena at helena@edinburghpalette.co.uk.

This wee open call is part of a new project from the Arts & Community Team: the St Margaret’s House Fanzine. Let’s how the world the magic of the building in an interactive magazine form full of different stories happening in the community!

New Deadline: You have till the 28th of April to be part of it!

 

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FREE Artist’s secret website makeovers worth £2500 each

Dear Artists,

Please Read and Share this with your Artist Friends.

As some of you know I have been a designer for 15 years now (here is my Portfolio https://www.alpha2design.co.uk/) and I’m setting up OhShe Designs design studio with my husband Steven who is a senior web & software developer.

To build our OHSHE portfolio we are offering a FREE Artist’s secret website makeovers worth £2500 each.

Are you a Painter, Sculptor, Architect, Photographer, Writer, Musician, Cultural/Arts non-profit organisation or working with ceramics, metal or glass? In April we are offering a free web design & development to Artists and charities.

3 Artist/organisations will be picked randomly using http://www.miniwebtool.com/random-name-picker/
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OPEN: £5000/ £2000 SCOTTISH PORTRAIT AWARDS, 2017

SPA - Fine ArtThere is still time to send in your entries for the 2017 Scottish Portrait Awards, which close on 31 May! The competition is open to fine artists and photographers born, living or studying in Scotland.

2017 marks the launch of the SCOTTISH PORTRAIT AWARDS (SPA) which seek to bring together the very best in contemporary Scottish Portraiture. To give you a brief recap on entry requirements:

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Studio Space to Let

Sudio space available contact Kate hello@katecharter.comClaire and I have a space available in our studio as our 3rd person is leaving.

It’s available from the 1st of February for £120 per month which includes unlimited internet and the furniture that is in there now (or if you don’t want it we can get rid of it for you). It is approximately 2.5m x 2.5m. Ideally we would like someone who spends time in the studio during the week and enjoys a cosy, homely atmosphere.

Contact Kate on 07762 823677 /  hello@katecharter.com

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Artists Call for Submissions: Scottish Identity (Post Brexit)

 

Scottish Identity

Peter J Scott, No Man’s Land, 2015, (Poppy series), mixed media drawing over print collageMarch 31 – April 20, 2017

23 Atholl Crescent
Edinburgh, EH3 8HQ

“Where is the coward that would not dare to fight for such a land as Scotland,” Sir Walter Scott asked in the 18th Century. Yet, what does it mean to be Scottish in 2017? Does one have to be born in Scotland to feel Scottish? In a particularly tense period following Brexit, the possibility of another independence referendum, and aftershocks from the United States election, Scottish Identity asks artists to examine their own views of Scotland and her people. We welcome artists of any background to explore their own associations in the aim of presenting a body of work that exposes the nuanced dimensions of this unique country. Works may directly engage with social issues, but they can also address themes such as the natural landscape, historic traditions, personal experience, notions of ancestry, patriotism and politics.

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