MA Contemporary Art Theory

MA Contemporary Art Theory

Re-imagining the Art School Since 2001

Author: Kneel, Mulholland: Drive!

https://www.eca.ed.ac.uk/profile/professor-neil-mulholland

Jessica Ramm Edinburgh Printmakers, Castle Mills, 1 Dundee Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9FP https://edinburghprintmakers.co.uk/viewing-room/11-stumbling-block-jessica-ramm/?mc_cid=01eff66d2d&mc_eid=abfb185499 Stumbling Block opens on 2 October and runs until 12 November in Gallery 2. With the aid of a children’s chemistry set and a selection of household chemicals, ECA School of Art MFA Alumnus Jessica Ramm presents a cycle of prints that evidence everyday magic. Her chemical and physical experiments […]

Work by Beverley Bennett - Amine (2017)

Header Image: © Beverley Bennett, Commissioned in 2017 as part of Philomela’s Chorus, ‘Amine’ is a tapestry of voices reveals the multi-faceted complexities and experiences of what it is to be a black woman in the UK today. All visiting lectures will be live and online: For 2021/22, the School of Art is delighted to […]

The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) presents a new season of the Visiting Artists Program—a public forum that features today’s most influential practitioners and thinkers. Formalized in 1951 with the establishment of an endowed fund by Flora Mayer Witkowsky, the Visiting Artists Program has featured over 1,000 international artists, designers, and scholars […]

Blunt Knife

Blunt Knife Co. presents an exhibition by This and That art collective. Exhibition: 2-8 October Launch night: Friday 1 October from 6pm Makers Market: Sunday 3 October Works will be sold in-store, and you can meet the artists themselves at the Makers Market. BKco. is a new shop and event space in Edinburgh supporting and […]

Edinburgh International Book Festival on Monday 30 August, 11:30 – 12:30, at the New York Times Theatre (in Edinburgh College of Art Sculpture Court). Tickets: Can artists still break the rules, revisiting Strategy Get Arts?   Fiona Bradley (Director of the Fruitmarket Gallery and Honorary Fellow in History of Art) will chair a discussion on […]

Welcome to the MA Contemporary Art Theory programme 2-3pm Tuesday 14th September 2021   Programme Director Prof. Neil Mulholland will meet this year’s new cohort of CATs. Room J.03, North East Studios, Edinburgh College of Art, 74 Lauriston Place (link) Work Planner for Semester One (link) CAT Programme Handbook 2021-22 Contemporary Art Theory (MA) Programme […]

Header Image: RLab – Pivot Culture (2021) Creative Commons Licence. What is R-Lab? R-Lab is a contemporary art organisation led by postgraduate students in Edinburgh College of Art, The University of Edinburgh. We aim to collect and present a multitude of ‘pivots’ that might enact societal and artistic change post-pandemic. We seek to explore how […]

This year’s Art & Open Learning Fair builds upon Georg Hardenberg/Novalis/Joseph Beuys’ 1978 provocation: JEDER MENSCH EIN KÜNSTLER. The Fair is a process that has emerged from the open educational resource (OER) produced by Neil Mulholland, Emma Balkind, Jake Watts and Beth Dynowski. The OER is accessible here via this blog: blogs.ed.ac.uk/artandlearning/courseware-contemporary-art-open-learning/ Monday 23rd November […]

Please join us in celebrating the talent of our graduating students.   After an introduction from ECA Heads of Subject Areas, this will be followed by well wishes from Programme Directors and a concert featuring the Reid School of Music PhD Music students. Professor Juan Cruz, ECA Principal, will then close the event. FRIDAY 4th SEPTEMBER […]

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