Reading Time: 3 minutes Welcome back. As I’m writing this post, the book is being printed and it feels a little like an early Christmas, I’m so excited. Aside from announcing the publication of the new colouring book, this post will also offer some reflections on the project, a thank you section and practical info on how to get […]
A second edition of the popular ‘We Have Great Stuff’ colouring book has been launched centred around the theme of a Treasure Map that explores treasures found around the University of Edinburgh.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Welcome back. It finally feels like summer, and I hope you enjoyed the lovely weather this past weekend as much as I did. In this post, I share some reflections on the two workshops we held last week as well as some of the drawings they resulted in. It was my first time facilitating a […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Welcome back to some exciting news. As always, I hope you are well, getting on with exams and assignments or getting on with work, while also taking care of yourselves. Wherever you are and however you are feeling today, thank you for tuning in on another blog post about the We Have Great Stuff – […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes Welcome back. I hope you are (reasonably) well and that spring and the return of the sun is making your lives a little bit brighter. Regardless, thank you for tuning in on another blog post about the We Have Great Stuff – Volume 3 colouring book. Teaching for this semester is over, and I cannot […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes Welcome back. I hope you are (reasonably) well (or maybe just surviving) in these difficult times. Regardless, thank you for tuning in on another blog post about the We Have Great Stuff – Volume 3 colouring book. It’s a new year and a new semester. But 2021 has not gotten off to the great start […]
Following on from a post earlier this year, I wanted to revisit the video game Animal Crossing and import University artworks I had recently discovered whilst working on a brand-new digital exhibition. Carlyle Circle digital exhibition The Carlyle Circle was formed in 1990 to bring together and thank everyone who pledges to leave a legacy to the […]
Fancy curating your own University of Edinburgh (UoE) virtual exhibition in Nintendo’s Animal Crossing game? Good news, Getty have kindly shared an art generator tool that integrates with over 40,000 images published by the University’s Centre for Research Collections (CRC) under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (CC BY). What is Animal Crossing? In case you’re […]
Jackie Aim, Stewart Lamb Cromar and Hristo Meshinski take a little time to reflect on last week’s Festival of Creative Learning workshops.