10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Preview evening: Saturday 4 March 6.00 – 8:00pm
Each year, the 4th Year Painting Department at Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University, present an interim exhibition of their work.
This year marks the seventh year in a row that the exhibition has been installed at The Edinburgh Palette in St Margaret’s House, Edinburgh.
The exhibition is organised in its entirety by the students, from logistics and marketing to curation and installation. Nineteen Honours year students will present a body of work that explores a diverse range of subject matter while exploring the possibilities inherent within the medium of Paint.
We hope you enjoy the exhibition and look forward to welcoming you to our Degree Show at Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen, in June 2017.
10:30 am - 4:00 pm
Spring workshops 2017 at Leith Lapidary Club:
• Beginners jewellery in copper and silver: Saturday 4th March; £25
• Beginners enamelling on copper: Sat & Sun 11th & 12th March; £50
• Beginners casting in silver: Sat 18th March; £25
• Beginners lapidary: Sat 25th March; £30
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
This dress making class is ideal for someone who has intermediate dressmaking skills, you should be comfortable using a sewing machine and have made simple projects such as cushions or bags.
Key skills learned throughout this course;
10:00 am - 10:45 am
Kids’ Yoga class Saturday 10 – 10.45 am £6 per class, £30 for 6 classes. Age 8 – 12.
Special offer – try a class for free in January. Contact email@example.com to book.
A fun introduction to yoga for children aged 8 – 12 in the Yoga Now studio on the 4th floor of Edinburgh Palette. Each class will look at a different sequence of poses and by the end of the 12 week course, everyone will be familiar with a wide range of asanas (postures). Each class will end with a simple relaxation, to develop the ability to be calm and relaxed.
2:15 pm - 3:15 pm
If I could call this class ‘disco nap’ yoga I would. An indulgently relaxing yin yoga class for everyone. Grab some time for yourself away and melt into the mat. Poses work into the hips, shoulders and back using props to gently hold position.