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Themes in Contemporary Art, MA Contemporary Art Theory, School of Art, ECA Wednesday 22nd November 2023, 3-5pm E22 Lecture Theatre, Edinburgh College of Art, Main Building, Lauriston Place   Audio Only (low-bandwidth) 1hr 51mins CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Adam Benmakhlouf and Gabi Barkess-Kerr, MA Contemporary Art Theory, School of Art, ECA, blogs.ed.ac.uk/macat  Audio & Slide Presentations […]

Monday 6th November, at 16:00 – 17:30pm, ECA Main Building Lecture Theatre, E.22, ECA Main Building Alberta Whittle‘s talk will take the form of an in-conversation discussion with artist Kirsty Hendry regarding community engagement and collaboration within Alberta’s work. We hope that you can all join us for this talk. It is a unique opportunity […]

Welcome to The University of Edinburgh! I’m Professor Neil Muholland the MA CAT Programme Director. I am looking forward to seeing you all at 11:00am on the 13th of September 2023. We are meeting in Room J.03 which is in the North East Studio Building of Edinburgh College of Art, very close to the café. […]

CAR starts May 29th 2023. Here is a link to the Course Handbook: Contemporary Artistic Research Project //// Handbook //// ARTX11050

Introducing Sparks

14th December 2022 – 10.00am  to 3.05pm – Register here for a ticket: Spark Live! tickets| Eventbrite   We are celebrating the special edition of Spark on Digital Education with an online event. The event is open to all UAL staff, students and external visitors.   The authors will give a short talks about their […]

Thursday 1st December 2022 10:00 to 13:00 Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop //// 21 Hawthornvale, Edinburgh EH6 4JT, Scotland Find us here: w3w.co/cried.allows.trips   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 […]

This is your chance to meet three presenters who are hoping to make connections with you and perhaps form a collaboration to create new work together, for the next Fusion exhibition. Our host will be Dr Tom Pratt, Fusion Co-Chair who will introduce our three presenters Dr Tom MacGillivray is a Senior Research Fellow & […]

The next Friday Talk Lecture and Workshop will be with Turner Prize winning artist Mark Leckey  Friday 28 Oct at 11am – 1pm, West Court, ECA Main Building. Mark Leckey is a London based contemporary artist. His found object art and video pieces, which incorporate themes of nostalgia and anxiety, and draw on elements of pop culture, span several works and exhibitions. In particular, […]

Dialogues Festival happening next week on Wednesday 19, Thursday 20 and Friday 21 October.  All events take place in the West Court, start at 7pm and last around one hour: https://digital.eca.ed.ac.uk/dialogues/ Wednesday features graduates of the Reid School of Music with performances by Nani Porenta, Eleni-Ira Panourgia, Dara Etefaghi and Louis McHugh. They’re exploring different […]

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