ECA News

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Dada and Surrealism Research Group Members in the SNGMA Archive
Dada and Surrealism Research Group Members in the SNGMA Archive
Image courtesy of Karolina Koczynska

Karolina Koczynska, a Postgraduate Researcher at ECA, reports on the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art visit.

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The building containing Ed's studio on the grounds of Dumfries House
Image courtesy of Ed Compson

Ed Compson was given the freedom to take the three weeks to work on whatever he liked.

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The three graduates who formed IF DO standing outside
Image courtesy of Simon Webb

The IF_DO team's design was chosen to form a temporary structure to host a series of events as part of the London Festival of Architecture.

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ECA Alumna Dionne Walker with Director George Amponsah and Marcus Knox Hooke
Image courtesy of British Film Institute London

The City - MSc alumna Dionne produced the BAFTA nominated documentary 'The Hard Stop'

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ECA is hosting its annual marathon for composers and animators from across Europe.

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Penny Travlou speaking at a conference on refugees in Istanbul

Dr Penny Travlou talks to us about her management role in the ‘From Sharing to Caring’ COST Action.

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George Seurat, Circus Sideshow (Parade de cirque), oil on canvas, 1887-88, 99.7 x 149.9 cm. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bequest of Stephen C.Clark, 1960
George Seurat, Circus Sideshow (Parade de cirque), oil on canvas, 1887-88

Richard Thomson, Watson Gordon Professor of Fine Art, has travelled extensively over the past three years to secure works for the show.

ECA's diversity and partnerships with European Universities has brought together GRAFT, an exciting group of alumni contributing to the artistic life of the city.

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Students in the library at Lauriston Castle
Students in the library at Lauriston Castle

The project is a collaboration with Edinburgh Museums and the team at Lauriston Castle.

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