The neo-classical heart of our Main Building. Home to the Edinburgh Cast Collection and a spectacular environment for student exhibitions.

Includes a screen-printing room, relief room, lithography room, process room, intaglio room, and caseroom.

Over 50 purpose-built workspaces with gas torches, an enamel room, drawing studios and equipment for mould-making, patina application and other processes.

Sewing machines, irons, overlockers and other clothing production equipment.

Carving and mould-making facilities, a ceramics kiln, and casting amenities for bronze and aluminium.

Overlooking Edinburgh Castle, our painting studios provide a bright and airy space for working in.

Used for displaying student work as well as hosting exhibitions and events.

ECAfé provides a full catering service to all staff, students and visitors to Edinburgh College of Art.

A 218-seat Victorian venue built in 1859. Used for regular orchestral and choral rehearsals and performances.

The oldest purpose-built concert hall in Scotland, home to one of the most important historic musical instrument collections in the world.