Events - 9 Jun 18

Relax Kids

Sunday 22 April - Sunday 24 June
10:00 am - 12:15 pm

Hi,

Relax Kids offers fun activity classes to help children manage anxiety and emotions while building self-esteem and confidence. Relax Kids Classes are starting back at St. Margarets House Meadowbank in February.

The next Relax Kids sessions will be running from Panda Yoga Studios 6.28 St Margaret’s House 151 London Road EH7 6AE starting in April.

• 5-8 year-old 10.15-11.15 Starting Sun 22nd April Magical Adventures
• 9-12 year-olds 11.15-12.15 Chill Skills is ideal for kids that are transitioning up to the upper end of primary or onto high school.

INCAPSULATE

Saturday 9 June - Sunday 17 June
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Preview: Friday 8 th June 2018: 7pm – 9pm

INCAPSULATE is an end of year show by HNC
Contemporary Art Practice students studying at West
Lothian College. The works are a culmination of 2D, 3D
and digital practices that highlight a broad ranging
exploration of personal investigations and insights.

You can also find details of the opening event on Facebook.

 

Play : Create : Relate

Saturday 9 June - Sunday 17 June
10:00 am - 8:00 pm

Garvald Edinburgh presents a multi-media exhibition exploring interpretations
of PLAY.

Preview: Friday 8 June, 6pm – 8pm

Play is a source of learning, a path to creativity and a key to connectivity. Play
uncovers basic truths and reveals new possibilities. Exploring interpretations of
PLAY through a variety of artistic and creative media, this innovative show will
challenge pre-conceptions in an exciting and inspirational way.

Play and playfulness are evident in our artistic and cultural legacy from the
earliest times: from the cave paintings of prehistory to 20 th Century Dada,
Surrealism and everything in between. Playful creativity is both process and
performance, enriching life with an essential element of self-determined
pleasure and personal discovery.

The playful art displayed throughout this exhibition invites us to re-experience
the flights of imagination we remember from childhood and to think anew
about the place of play and playfulness in our adult lives.

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