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  • Hunter Lecture Theatre (017), ECA Hunter Building, Edinburgh EH3

Professor Sherry D. Fowler (University of Kansas) | Part of the 2017-18 History of Art Research Seminar Series

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  • The Fire Station, 76-78 Lauriston Place, Edinburgh EH3 9DE

Now in its third year, Platform includes work by Uist Corrigan, Rebecca Howard, Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte & Adam Quinn.

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  • Various venues

Edinburgh College of Art is delighted to welcome visitors to multiple sites across our campus and beyond, as our postgraduate students showcase their work.

  • Hunter Lecture Theatre (017), ECA Hunter Building, Edinburgh EH3

Sir Mark Jones | Part of the 2017-18 History of Art Research Seminar Series

  • Hunter Lecture Theatre (017), ECA Hunter Building, Edinburgh EH3

Dr Sabrina Rastelli | Part of the 2017-18 History of Art Research Seminar Series

  • Hunter Lecture Theatre (017), ECA Hunter Building, Edinburgh EH3

Professor Andrew Ginger (University of Birmingham) | Part of the 2017-18 History of Art Research Seminar Series

  • Hunter Lecture Theatre (017), ECA Hunter Building, Edinburgh EH3

Professor Timon Screech | Part of the 2017-18 History of Art Research Seminar Series

  • Hawthornden Lecture Theatre, National Gallery of Scotland, The Mound, Edinburgh EH2 2EL

The annual Watson Gordon Lecture was established in 2006 and marks the long-standing collaboration between the University of Edinburgh and National Galleries of Scotland.

  • Hunter Lecture Theatre (017), ECA Hunter Building, Edinburgh EH3

Sir Mark Jones | Part of the 2017-18 History of Art Research Seminar Series

  • Hunter Lecture Theatre (017), ECA Hunter Building, Edinburgh EH3

Dr Jemma Field (Brunel University) | Part of the 2017-18 History of Art Research Seminar Series

  • Hunter Lecture Theatre (017), ECA Hunter Building, Edinburgh EH3

Dr Egle Rindzeviciute | Part of the 2017-18 History of Art Research Seminar Series