Andy Glidden recalls how a bright pink rocking chair landed him an appearance on TV show Blue Peter. Following an international career at various design consultancies, he set up Glidden Design in 1998.
After a "magical" year studying Musicology in Edinburgh, Dr Cara Stacey knew she wanted to work in African music and focus on musical performance. She has completed two further degrees and released two albums.
Having previously been told that University was solely for the "academic" study of music, Jack discovered that the BMus (Hons) at Edinburgh College of Art would allow him to specialise in performance, with a focus on piano and traditional Scottish fiddle.
A scholarship allowed independent curator and writer Eliel Jones the opportunity to study Contemporary Art Theory at ECA. Eliel fondly remembers the chance to 'jostle' with his classmates during seminars and offers his advice for aspiring curators.