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  • Day 1: Informatics Forum (G.07), 10 Crichton Street, EH8 9AB
    Day 2: Scottish National Gallery (Hawthornden Lecture Theatre), The Mound, EH2 2EL

The International Art Market Studies Association (TIAMSA) Conference 2020, hosted at The University of Edinburgh / National Galleries Scotland

Molly Miller travelled to sites around Scotland thanks to funding from the Saltire Society.

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

Richard Thomson, Watson Gordon Professor of Fine Art, has travelled extensively over the past three years to secure works for the show.


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  • Talbot Rice Gallery, Old College
    South Bridge
    EH8 9YL

Borderlines is a group exhibition that gives form to the conceptual, geo-political, economic and cultural impacts of borders. It draws attention to the ownership of the earth beneath our feet, underwater realms, the rules governing the international movement of goods, nation-states, the UK border in Ireland, financial sovereignty, tribal territories, anarchic polar exploration and the world-wide distribution of natural resources.


The awards, which aim to support the advancement of craftwork, were hosted in the ECA Fire Station this year.

The public art gallery for the University of Edinburgh, comprising three distinct exhibition spaces.

Students started off this year's Making Animals Studies course by meeting Renzo, Elvis and Matilda the dogs for a sketching session, followed by modelling some dog skulls with paper clay.

A collaboration between Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) and National Museums Scotland sees a new online course begin this September on the Jacobite rebellion. Professor Viccy Coltman, Professor of Eighteenth-Century History of Art here at ECA, will be teaching on the course.

An MSc student’s internship at the National Museums Collection Centre.