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Month: August 2011

Present Absent

‘Present Absent’ Follow the link to download: Countersituation is the title of an ongoing series of weekly published pages, initiated by An Endless Supply with Adam Smythe. Each issue is a double-sided sheet of new writing, simultaneously printed and distributed in short-runs…

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A programme of workshops supported and facilitated by Edinburgh College of Art
with: Sovay Berriman, Stephen Hurrell, Chris Evans & Natasha Soobramanien
Join us in active workshops that take the Portobello townscape as their point of departure to explore what makes art public and what public art might become.
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Venue: Public Art Fest, Big Things of the Beach, Portobello Indoor Bowls & Leisure Centre, 20 Westbank Street, Portobello, Edinburgh EH15 1DR.
Contact Us: publicart[at]

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I Don’t Know if I’ve Explained Myself /// Chris Evans (2007 – ongoing) Performance.

Fettes College, Edinburgh Friday 5th August Discussion Group Ash Reid Neil Mulholland Marina Vishmidt Andrew Shackleton Anna McLauchlan The public is invited to a venue, typically used for display and discussion. An artwork is on show, along with seating suited…

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