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PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 11:11 am 
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The Henderson's Gallery
4 Thistle St Ln NW
Edinburgh

Thursday at 19:00 - 24 April at 18:00

Foam Collec
Exhibiting photographers are:

Matt Barnes
Dee Chaneva
Tasos Gaitanos
Hlynur Hafsteinsson
Yao Hui
Gerard Jefferson-Lewis
Hannah Killoh
Isabel McCabe
Elisabete Rancane
Criss Roden
Loren Stuart
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Acquire Arts "Short Time rePlay" group exhibition

Friday at 12:00 - 13 April at 18:00
Private View- 8th April, 19:00-21:00

155 Battersea Park Road, SW8 4BU London,
+44 (0) 20 7228 2629

A dynamic exhibition showcasing the talents of 14 emerging artists. Hailing from CSM Byam Shaw School of Art, this group have created work especially for the unique space that Acquire art gallery offers. The Curators Caitlin Heinz and Jenny Lewis endeavour to create an ephemeral show that implies a sense of play and fleeting connections.
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MEMORY FULL will be a black and white xerox zine comprised of cell phone pictures. There is no theme... anything goes, as long as it was taken with your phone.

Please email 1-10 images, along with your name, to:
trevorpowersphoto@gmail.com
DEADLINE IS APRIL 15TH.

The zine will be released (hopefully, with the right help!) before the end of April, and available for free or close to it. Limited edition!

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Out of the Blue "Cumulus"
Mon 4th April - Thu 14th April
10am - 5pm (excluding Sundays)
Free entry
Launch event - Mon 4th April, 7pm - 9pm

This exhibition is a selection of work by Säde Foley, now in her final year of Drawing & Painting at Edinburgh College of Art. The show consists of works in mixed media created during her degree, revisited and brought together for the first time. Based on a variety of sources rooted in the natural world (from cow parsley to icebergs) the pieces convey running themes of transience, water in its different forms, timelessness and etherealness which are at the core of the artist's inspiration.

Also at Out of the Blue
Bruncheon! Featuring the Sound of Muesli
Saturday 9th April
11.30am - 3pm
Free entry

Brunch and live music event at the Drill Hall Arts Café. Local musical talent and DJ's creating a chilled out atmosphere alongside delicious home-made café food in the open space of the Drill Hall. From mellow to dance-able, from solo performers to polyphonic choirs …

This month's highlight - Drummond Community Big Band! Check out the video below.
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Stills Gallery- cockburn street

Exhibition Opening Anarcadia, Ruth Maclennan
FRIDAY, 8 APRIL 2011 6PM - 8PM
Join us to celebrate the launch of our new exhibition.

Image Desert Mine Desert, Ruth Maclennan, 2011

Artist Talk Ruth Maclennan
SATURDAY, 9 APRIL 2011 2PM
FREE

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Old Ambulance Depot
77 Brunswick Depot
Fri 8 Apr 11am–6pm
Sat 9 Apr 11am–6pm
Sun 10 Apr 11am–6pm
Mon 11 Apr 11am–6pm

Bracket collective presents work from seven artists: Jaye Brown, Holli Cooper, Graeme Clark, Heather Dimarco, Sophie Fegan, Andrew Thomson and Natalie Wilson.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 2:16 pm 
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Recycled resources and learning communities - lecture on Wed 6 April, 4.30pm


Recycled resources and learning communities
Professor John Lee, University of Edinburgh
Wednesday 6 April 2011, 4.30-5.30pm
Hunter lecture theatre (O17), Hunter Building

Alignment, convention, dialogue, the emergence of symbols, communities and vicarious learning form a complex knot of interconnected issues that, if we can untangle them, may shed light on much that is of interest in learning for creative practice. This talk will look at some of the strands of research that are implicated, and some previous experience with attempts to recycle captured learning experiences into a community resource. Why should we expect this to work, and will it work differently in different areas of learning?

John Lee is Professor of Digital Media in the University of Edinburgh. He works between the Schools of Arts, Culture and Environment, and Informatics.

In the former he directs the MSc programme in Design and Digital Media; in the latter he works on human communication, cognition and learning, with long-standing involvement in directing the Human Communication Research Centre, the Edinburgh-Stanford Link programme and most recently the iDEA Lab initiative. He is closely involved in current activities fostering collaboration between Design and Informatics.

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"Object reference not set to an instance of an object."

An exhibition of work by Sam Stead

WASPS Patriothall Gallery, 48 Hamilton Place, Edinburgh, EH3 5AY
~~~~9th - 19th April 2011
~~~~Preview Friday 8th April 7-9pm ~~~~
Exhibition open Tuesday to Saturday 12- 6pm

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"BLACK WHITE SCORE"

An exhibition of painting & sound by John Brown, Lee Riley & Colin Lawson
Friday 15th April, 6pm to 9pm, Arts Complex
St Margaret's House, 151 London Road, Edinburgh

The exhibition opens with a live performance by Lee Riley
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Project Space "Belong".
Edinburgh College of Art
Co2 Main Building
Artists

Hyanghee Lee, Hui Yao and Pu Yao
on Friday 8th April
All welcome at 5pm

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Whitespace Gallery
11 Gayfield, Edinburgh

3rd year BFA photography exhibition

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 2:16 pm 
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Axolotl Gallery
35 Dundas Street
Edinburgh, UK
EH3 6QQ

"SPRING FLING"
Opening night Friday 8 April 6-9pm

New Work by
Fiona Wilson
Anne Gilchrist
Asta Petkunaite
Gerry McGowan
Robin Dickson
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Peter Hill – Stargazer

- Tuesday 5th April

4:30pm
Edinburgh College of Art
Studio C2

Artist and writer Peter Hill will give a reading from 'Stargazing' his memoirs of his time as one of the last lighthouse keepers in Scotland in the early 1970s, published by Canongate Press.

http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-enter ... 79236.html

Dr Peter Hill is a Glasgow-born artist and writer who currently lives in Melbourne, Australia where he is a Professor of Fine Art at RMIT University.

Since 1989 he has been creating Superfictions, which ask: What happens when a painting leaves the picture frame and a novel leaves the pages of a book, both going out onto the street and taking a derive together. Hill will give a lecture titled "Build Your Own Superfiction" looking at the work of artists from three generations including: Marcel Broodthaers, Guillaume Bijl, Res Ingold, SERVAAS, Seymour Likely, Joan Fontcuberta, Alexa Wright, Rodney Glick, The Leeds Thirteen, Saint Orlan, The Museum of Jurassic Technology, Pierre Huyghe, Patrick Pound, Pope Alice, Janet Cardiff, the Bruce High Quality Foundation University, and others.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 2:50 pm 
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this is great brittonie, keep em coming!


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 5:59 pm 
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 6:33 pm 
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if anyone else knows of cool openings where art/ artists/ etc can be found, holla back.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 06, 2011 1:06 pm 
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coool!
I'll definitely check out the one in Out of the Blue, maybe on Sunday?
will keep my eyes+ears open for more! xx
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 06, 2011 4:04 pm 
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Naheed Raza: Micro Residency
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop
April - May 2011

Naheed Raza's background is in both Art and Science, having studied Medicine at Oxford University and Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and the Slade. Much of her work explores the limits of knowledge and ideas relating to haptic and tacit awareness. For her micro-residency at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop Naheed will begin working on a new research project Bread, Bonsai and Bronze. The purpose of this project is to foreground the notion of modulation, malleability and plasticity and hint at the way in which sculptural 'gestures' might permeate culture, mediating many aspects of our physical experience.

www.edinburghsculpture.org
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop, 25 Hawthornvale, Newhaven, Edinburgh, EH6 4JT


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 07, 2011 4:39 pm 
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B R A C { E T

PRESENTS:

4 8 0

Old Ambulance Depot
77 Brunswick Depot,
Edinburgh, EH7 5HS

Preview:

Thursday 7th April 2011

6pm - 8pm


Open:

Friday 8th April - Monday 11th April 2011

11am - 6pm daily


BBQ:

Sunday 10th April 2011

3pm - 6pm

Bring yourself, your friends and maybe something for the BBQ and enjoy the artwork and sunshine with a beer or glass of wine!


Showing work by:

Jaye Brown (http://Jayebrown.wordpress.com/)

Graeme Clarke (http://graemeaclark.wordpress.com/)

Holli Cooper (http://www.hollicooper.com/)

Heather Dimarco (http://www.heatherdimarco.co.uk/)

Sophie Fegan (http://sophiefegan.wordpress.com/)

Andrew Thomson (http://www.andrewthomson.eu/)

Natalie Wilson (http://www.nataliewilson.eu/)


We hope to see all of you there!

B R A C { E T

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 08, 2011 9:50 am 
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Yes Tonight Stills Gallery @ cockburn street
rendez-vous at the forest, 6 pm

See you !

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 08, 2011 10:31 am 
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Total Kunst has a opening tonight

http://tkunst.wordpress.com/2011/03/17/ ... 9th-april/

would be good if the forest can support this artist


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 18, 2011 5:32 pm 
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Opportunity : High Street Window Performance: Easter Weekend
Looking for volunteers to take part in a one-day Live Art Performance in a window front on the Royal Mile on Saturday 23rd April.
The performance will be documented and featured on the shop website and it should attract a good amount of press interest, as well as interest from the public with it being a busy bank holiday.
It will take place between 10-4 (although this will be organised in shifts).
The performance will involve knitting, in the window space with 1-2 other performers for about an hour, in a neutral body suit (or simple flesh-toned clothes if preferred).
Only very basic knitting knowledge required!
After the performance, the knitted sections will be used to create a sculptural installation in the window space.
Please contact Emily on 07704 279623 - text is best please! Sorry, can't get receive voicemail.
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SECOND NATURE opens April 22nd, 7-9 PM
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The exhibition “Second Nature” opens April 22nd, 7-9 pm at Patriothall Gallery: 1D Patriothall, off Hamilton Place, in Stockbridge, Edinburgh. The show runs Tues- Sun. 12-5 pm April 23-30th.

Second Nature investigates the concept of human dominion over the natural environment. Leffler questions the natural and artificial through appropriation, alteration and manipulation of digital images, recalling the worlds of advertising and science fiction. Through this process she renders situations that examine our perception of and role within the natural world.


ABOUT KIT LEFFLER:

Leffler is a second year MFA student at Edinburgh College of Art. She completed her BFA in Expanded Media at the University of Kansas in 2008. For more information about Leffler, please visit her blog at: http://kitleffler.wordpress.com/
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MUCKBIRD
ECA 4th Year Exhibition

Oxygen Studios - (Next to Blazer)

Clare Flatley
Gareth Fitzpatrick
Pavlos Georgiou
Andrew Mason
Rose Oloumi
Tommy Stuart
Chelle Tomes
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design a bookmark that people won’t be able to resist picking up! - For the June 2011 Prague Quadrennial of Performance, Design and Space

The six winning designs will be printed and made available at the June 2011 Prague Quadrennial of Performance, Design and Space where up to 30,000 visitors are anticipated and where we will be managing the official Quadrennial bookshop. We will also send out bookmarks every time we post a book to one of our thousands of customers in the UK or abroad.

The reverse of each bookmark will be printed with the winning artists name and with the address of the competition website, http://performancebooks.wordpress.com where we will exhibit the bookmark designs by all contributing artists.

You can find inspiration in the website's gallery of selected images and texts from CPR’s history or simply use the theme of ‘performance’ as a starting point.

The deadline for design entries is Monday 9th May 2011, full competition details and a copy of the bookmark template is available for download on the competition website or on the CPR website (www.thecpr.org.uk).

Good luck! We look forward to seeing your designs!


If you have any queries regarding the competition please contact Siu-lin at slr@aber.ac.uk

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BEACH BREAK LIVE – UK STUDENT FESTIVAL – LOOKING FOR INSTALLATIONS.


Hi there,

My Name is Jess Wood and I work for Beach Break Live, the UK student festival. The festival takes place In Pembrey Country Park, south Wales, and this year 20,000 students will join us for 4 days and 4 nights of fun and frolics, from the 16th until the 20th of June. As part of our preparations for the festival, we are looking for budding artists to produce installations to make our beautiful festival even more beautiful. The theme of our fifth year spectacular is ‘Into the Wild’ and we are looking for anything wild, wacky or even downright silly to adorn the festival site. The installations can be interactive or just aesthetic, and we will cover costs of materials (which must be pre agreed) and provide a free ticket for those who produce installations for us, so they can join in the fun! I was wondering if you could pass the message on to your students? It is a great opportunity for them to get involved with a large scale event and bring their ideas to life and showcase their work, all whilst having a great time. There are also opportunities to get involved with the set up of the festival and other decor on site. All they need to do is contact me on Jess@beachbreaklive.com expressing their interest or letting me know their ideas. If students would like to get a feel for the festival and what we do, they can visit www.beachbreaklive.com.

Many thanks, and hope to hear from you soon.

Jess

Winner of Best Small Festival + Promoter of the Year at the UK Festival Awards 2009

t. 02030 580 073
m. 07793738825
e. Jess@beachbreaklive.com
w. www.beachbreaklive.com
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2 window Studio for 3 - 4 people

Available from June until September (1 month minimum)

Contact Will on: 07795 478 546 or email: s1023593@eca.ac.uk

Thanks,

Will.

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I am selling my A0 Architect Technical Drawing Board .It can also be used for

Design.

The drawing board is in vgc and is priced £50.

Buyers nust have their own transport .



Contact: 0131 556 5105
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Edit at 102 West Port

Have a look at some of the artists and designers who will be exhibiting

http://www.jezburrows.com/

http://www.tamsynmystkowski.co.uk/

http://www.thetouchagency.co.uk/

http://www.tayburn.co.uk/

Look forward to seeing you all there..

Heard About
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Elements II

Photography Exhibition

18-21st April

Opening night- Monday 18th, 7-9pm

The second installment of images centred around the idea of Elemental Investigations. The work depicts the individual interpretation that each student has regarding elements, this ranges from phyisical attraction in ferromagnetic materials, layered reflection of the body image. To abstractions of artificial light as a way contestation to its invisibility, landscapes illuminated from the reflection of regolith to technologies and the relationship we have with social objects.

Out of the Blue Gallery

36 Dalmeny St, Edinburgh

Open hours 10am-5pm

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