Work by ECA student Patrick Lydon, examining the relationship between man and nature in two very different environments, is being presented as part of the Setouchi International Triennale, Japan's biggest arts festival.
Edinburgh College of Art
Welcome to Edinburgh College of Art
ECA is a vibrant and creative community of students and academics: a place of experimentation, exploration, intellectual stimulation and exciting collaborations.
We enjoy an international reputation for the quality of our teaching and research across the disciplines of art, design, architecture and landscape architecture, history of art and music. Tracing our history back to the 1770s, we remain at the forefront of teaching and research, ideally placed to engage with the challenges of the future.
Our home within the University of Edinburgh makes us distinctive, offering many opportunities to benefit from the diverse range of expertise and resources associated with one of the world's leading academic institutions.
Applications are now open for 2014 AHRC scholarships.
One of Scotland’s leading contemporary artists, Roderick Buchanan, is taking up a newly established residency at Edinburgh’s Charlotte Square.
In collaboration with the Comrie Development Trust, students explore the unique environment of a former prisoner of war camp as part of a new site-specific project bringing art making beyond the white cube.
New art students undertake a two-week project on the theme of 'the journey' to introduce them to the School of Art.
Amy Firth describes her time as an Information Assistant at this year's Scotland & Venice exhibition on Sworn, Campbell and Tompkins at the Venice Biennale.
Fashion students tasked with designing a contemporary womenswear collection for H&M+ have unveiled their designs at an exhibition.
ECA staff and graduates celebrate success at the Scottish BAFTAs for the second year running.
ECA's first ever showing at SOFA CHICAGO marks Jewellery & Silversmithing's largest international exhibition to date.
Information about holding an event at ECA for staff, students, and visitors.