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Exhibition at St Cecilia’s Hall (15-19th April 2024)

Reimagining Waste Landscapes  will feature in the University of Edinburgh’s, Festival of Cultural Heritage Research, 15th-20th April 2024 at St Cecilia’s Hall, Cowgate (Edinburgh).

This display presents a visual summary of the ECA and Leverhulme Trust-funded research project, ‘Reimagining British Waste Landscapes’ (developed by Jonathan Gardner). It includes details on the case study sites, a ‘mini museum’ of artefacts associated with each place studied, and reflects on the overall findings of the 4-year project.
The posters displayed at the Festical can be viewed on the Media page here.
Line drawing of a stamped NIDDRIE brick. the brick surface is detailed and shows scarring and spalling.


(Jonathan Gardner CC BY- NC 4.0)

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