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Artists’ Toolkits ’22

Thursday 1st December 2022

10:00 to 13:00

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop //// 21 Hawthornvale, Edinburgh EH6 4JT, Scotland

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Artists’ Toolkits are free, open resources created by artists for the purpose of sharing their practices.


MA Contemporary Art Theory students are hosting a BarCamp featuring 24 of their workshops at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.



All MA CAT students have created an Artist’s Toolkit to share with you.
Each Toolkit enables an open way of inhabiting an artistic practice by taking part in it.


Open Toolkits BarCamp Programme

(click on this link to download)

Retain – Reuse – Revise – Remix – Redistribute:

ontemporary Art in the Open

The MA CAT Artists’ Toolkits BarCamp seeks to realise The University of Edinburgh’s commitment to the ideals of UNESCO’s 2002 Forum on Open Courseware:

“The University encourages staff and students to create and publish OERs to enhance the quality of the student experience, increase the provision of learning opportunities for all, and contribute to the global pool of open knowledge.”


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