ECA students travelled to shows and competitions to celebrate their work alongside other graduate talents, both nationally and internationally.
Five students from the Design Informatics - MFA/MA course, Design with Data, won the renowned award for their collaborative "Actor Who" project.
Initiated and led by Dr Patricia Allmer, with Dr Emily Goetsch and Cara Samuels, the programme allowed students theoretical, historical, and practical engagements with different ECA subject areas including Art, Design, History of Art, and Music.
Studios and workshop spaces, libraries and collections, places to socialise, perform and show work.
Students at the University of Edinburgh have access to a range of library resources across the campus and online.
Sewing machines, irons, overlockers and other clothing production equipment.
Includes a flexible studio space, equipment for location shooting, and several editing facilities.
A fully equipped hot glass studio containing two furnaces, four glory holes with six benches and four annealing kilns.
Over 50 purpose-built workspaces with gas torches, an enamel room, drawing studios and equipment for mould-making, patina application and other processes.
Includes a screen-printing room, relief room, lithography room, process room, intaglio room, and caseroom.
ECA General Enquiries
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