The third annual Andrew Carnegie Lecture at Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) was delivered by influential musician and producer Brian Eno.

The celebrated artist discussed his life and career during a public lecture at the University of Edinburgh's George Square Lecture Theatre on 10th May 2016.

Eno began his career in the early 1970s as a founding member of Roxy Music. After going solo, he released a series of electronic and ambient albums, as well as producing a number of high profile records.

A restless innovator, he has also created visual, digital and aural artworks, with exhibitions throughout Europe, USA, Japan and Australia.

His latest album, Reflection, was released on 1st January 2017. It consists entirely of one long-form composition.

Along with his public lecture, the renowned artist also took part in a number of workshops and seminars with students and staff from a variety of programmes at ECA.

Watch Brian Eno's Andrew Carnegie Lecture on YouTube

About the Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series

The Andrew Carnegie Lecture Series is a programme of annual public talks at Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) by some of the most innovative people working in the arts, worldwide, today.

Together with student workshops, seminars and one-to-one meetings with the speakers, the series places ECA at the centre of international discourse on art and creative practice.

The series was established in 2014 as part of the centennial celebrations of Carnegie Corporation of New York, one of the many institutions and organisations established by the Scottish-born philanthropist, Andrew Carnegie.

Steel magnate Carnegie donated much of the wealth he generated by to help improve society, with a particular focus on education. This also led to the foundation of the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland in 1901.