Past Exhibitions

Displacement

05 June 2016 - 19 June 2016

Opening Night Saturday 4th June 7:00 - 9.30pm, featuring live music by Tim Vincent-Smith and "The Reverse Engineer". A challenging, thought provoking exhibition by two resident artists, Jamie King and Nicky Beckett. The exhibition is a response to the current refugee crisis, which is a contemporary controversial subject.
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Outskirts

14 May 2016 - 28 May 2016

Alan Chapman's painting Outskirts (2016)Private View: Friday 13th May 6.30 – 9pm with live music by Lou Ray 2 and friends Group exhibition of abstract painting- an exploration of the peripheral Outskirts is a collective show featuring the work of Joy Arden, Alan Chapman, Jacqui Higgs, Steven Hood and Mary Walters. The title refers to a state of the peripheral, the margins of space we tread infrequently.  
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No Woman is an Island

14 May 2016 - 28 May 2016

Aileen Grant - Stacks (image)Preview Friday 13 May, 6:30pm 'No Woman Is An Island' is an annual exhibition which is now in its fourth year, featuring work by Rona MacLean, Aileen Grant and other female artists and makers. The artists are in an informal Edinburgh-based network of women artists and makers who meet regularly to go sketching and discuss the development of their work.
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Bridging Between...

14 May 2016 - 28 May 2016

Forth Road Bridge - Alan Kay (image)Preview Friday 13 May, 6:30pm This exhibition is about ‘bridges’ - between places and people. Not everything in this exhibition falls neatly under the theme inherent in the title. There are other works and pieces that have been included.
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Edinburgh College of Art | Third Try-mester

23 April 2016 - 08 May 2016

Private view | Friday 22 April, from 7:00 pm St Margaret’s House is pleased to welcome back students from the Edinburgh College of Art who will exhibit in all three galleries for their third year show. Expect to see a broad range of upcoming talent, cutting-edge methods and contemporary takes on traditional practice.      
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Studio Work

02 April 2016 - 17 April 2016

Work by Matthew Peacock Preview Saturday 2 April, 7pm Featuring a personal selection of interesting prints, paper works and sculptures by a local artist with autism. Edinburgh Palette is delighted to be presenting this show with kind support from artlink.
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If Walls Could Talk

02 April 2016 - 17 April 2016

A Victorian Factory – The Final Chapter Work by Jim Mackintosh Preview Saturday 2 April, 7pm After a working life of 120 years the end is in sight for this Victorian Factory in Falkland, Fife as the demolition teams prepare to move in. Originally built to manufacture Linen it later produced Linoleum before being taken over by Smith Anderson to produce paper bags for the food industry.
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Creep Me Oot

02 April 2016 - 16 April 2016

Group show curated by Naked Aye Art Collective Opening night Saturday 2 April, from 7:00 pm Naked Aye Art returns this April for a special showcase of artworks by around 20 artists who unsettle us in delicious ways. Be warmly invited to our exhibition and opening night featuring goosebump-inducing live and visual art, theatre, dance & live music. Cheap drinks + after party with DJ set by The Mojotronic Funk Machine to get your bones shaking, at Woodland Creatures 10pm-1am.
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Anima

05 March 2016 - 20 March 2016

Public opening Friday 4 March 2016, 6:00 pm Preview Saturday 5 March 2016, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm The project "Anima’’ features work of two artists who practise different techniques and use different materials but both find common places in each practice. Icon with it’s aesthetics and spirituality was a starting point of the project. It has a different meaning to both artists but it also brings them together.
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Gray's Interim Show

05 March 2016 - 20 March 2016

Preview Saturday 5 March This is the sixth year in succession that Gray’s 4th year Painters have had their Interim Exhibition at Edinburgh Palette and once again they have produced a body of work that showcases both the breadth and depth of Painting practice that takes place within the department at Gray’s. The Painting course at Gray’s School of Art is currently ranked number one in Scotland, scoring 100% student satisfaction in this year's National Student Survey.
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Thematic

20 February 2016 - 28 February 2016

Opening Friday 19 February, 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm 'Thematic' is the first exhibition by Blueroom Collective, an experimental design collective focused on working beyond the confines of commercial graphic design across a range of traditional and emerging media. The exhibition features experimental typographic works, primarly in print, commenting on current themes and issues in the modern world - political, ethical, creative and social.
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Sweet F. A.

13 February 2016 - 28 February 2016

Featuring Colin Wilson & Neil Ogg Preview Friday 12 January Sweet F. A. showcases paintings by Edinburgh based artists Neil Ogg and Colin Wilson. Having met while studying at Duncan of Jordanstone in Dundee, the two artists now share a studio at St Margaret’s House. This exhibition presents two separate bodies of work created in a space of shared influences over the last year and a half.
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Cake icing with The Thrive Archive

12 February 2016

Part of Giving & Learning Week The Thrive Archive will be donating Kusse – German kisses intercepted from the Christmas Market, to lovers and lonely hearts at the Galley opening at St Margaret’s House. Make up and make over with a kiss! Come and tell someone that you love them and decorate a sweet treat!
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Giving & Learning Week

12 February 2016 - 21 February 2016

A week worth of collaborative events and learning activities, led by resident artists, makers and instructors. All of the workshops are themed around bigger ideas of giving, sharing and learning. All proceeds from the diverse programme of participatory events will go towards Re-Act Edinburgh and their good work with displaced refugees across Europe.  
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Michael Wight | XLA

23 January 2016 - 07 February 2016

Private view Friday 22 January 2016 XLA is an art project that has spanned the past three years. However it has been 23 years in the making. The term XLA originates from the medical term for X-linked Agammaglobulinemia, a rare immune condition that I was born with. The work is themed around life living with a medical condition that has both hindered and helped my growth as a person.
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