Drawing on the sound archive of the University of Edinburgh’s School of Scottish Studies Archives, this exhibition explores creative reuse of the archive by a new generation of a…
Following the recent deposit of the landmark archive of acclaimed street photographer Robert Blomfield (1938–2020) at the Centre for Research Collections, this exhibition celebra…
Delve into the archives of Dunfermline College of Physical Education, Scottish gymnastics and influential dance pioneer Margaret Morris (1891-1980) and discover Scotland’s signif…
Featuring Copernicus’ 1543 ground-breaking book On the Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres, meteorites, star charts, scientific instruments and Katie Paterson’s contemporary artwor…
Marking the 70th anniversary of India’s independence, this exhibition celebrates the richness and visual splendour of two millennia of India’s art.
Professor Sir Godfrey Thomson is a forgotten giant in education.
Think you know about Dolly? Come and see the world’s most famous sheep for yourself! This free exhibition tells the fascinating story of Edinburgh genetics over the past century,…
This festival exhibition highlights the Jami’ al-Tawarikh (World History or Compendium of Chronicles) of Rashid al-Din, one of the masterpieces of medieval Islamic manuscripts.
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