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Returning to the historic East Crosscauseway, Irene Campbell and John Nowak bring colour with a dash of monochrome in an exhibition of their paintings, prints and textiles.
Meet and learn from a collective of Edinburgh-based designer/makers, showcasing their handcrafted work including bookbinding, jewellery, pottery, woodwork and pyrography, organic c…
Irene Campbell and John Nowak’s exhibition of paintings, prints and textiles brings colour with a dash of monochrome to the Whitespace Gallery in the city’s historic Southside East…
Set in the heart of Scotland, The Man Who Couldn’t Dance is a story of first love, broken promises and surviving suburbia in the aftermath of a broken heart.
The premise of the show is simple: once upon a time when you took a classic book from the shelf it always opened at the well-thumbed mucky bits.
One night can change your life.
Changes in representation of the sacred feminine over centuries affect our relationships, body image and environment today.
Paul’s world as a sound engineer is changing, as early stages of dementia begin to affect his personal relationships.
A collaboration of five, Edinburgh based contemporary artists presents…Bonkers! Visual artists Abigail Smith, Clare Robertson, Freddie Thomas, Joan Stack and Roween Suess present…
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