Staff at ECA teamed up with the ICI for the events which took place in both Edinburgh and North Berwick.
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ECA is delighted to announce a scholarship open to applicants for the postgraduate Glass – MA programme.
Seventeen BA (Hons) and MFA students will be exhibiting at this year’s new talent showcase.
Ailsa Johnson is awarded a work placement and £1,000 by Penguin Random House.
Wins include a Burberry Scholarship for Matthew Barber.
Three firsts and two runners up prizes round off a great week at the annual fashion showcase.
Two of the six films commissioned for the Scottish Short Programme will feature ECA alumni talent at the helm.
Students, graduates and staff from Film, Animation, and Textiles are taking part in the 70th edition of the festival.
Diana spent the 2015/16 academic year in Nova Scotia College of Art & Design (NSCAD) University in Halifax, Canada.
The screenings have been organised by the Scottish Refugee Council