• Edinburgh College of Art Main Building, West Court
    74 Lauriston Place
    Edinburgh
    EH3 9DF

In this one-day research conference, we bring together interdisciplinary scholars to explore ethnographic accounts and understandings of collaborative economy practices and communities, and therefore contributing to the development of a multi-faceted view on sharing and caring practices.

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Reconstructing aspects of LGBTQ cultures and interactions from the decade between the birth of the gay rights movement and the impact of HIV/AIDS.

  • Hunter Building, Hunter Lecture Theatre (017)
    74 Lauriston Place
    Edinburgh
    EH3 9DF

This international symposium opens up discussion of Spanish art and culture in relation to the construction of discourses of coloniality in 20th-century Spain, especially in the Francoist period.

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Creating new pathways for creative excellence in documentary making.

  • Edinburgh College of Art Main Building, West Court
    74 Lauriston Place
    Edinburgh
    EH3 9DF

A launch event for a new research cluster of PhD, postdoctoral researchers and academic staff whose work explores issues of sex, gender and sexuality.

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  • Edinburgh College of Art
    74 Lauriston Place
    Edinburgh
    EH3 9DF

The School of the History of Art at the Edinburgh College of Art will host the next American Council for Southern Asian Arts Symposium. This is the first time the symposium will take place outside North America.

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  • Edinburgh College of Art Main Building, Main Lecture Theatre (E22)
    74 Lauriston Place
    Edinburgh
    EH3 9DF

This national conference co-hosted by Engage Scotland, the National Association for Gallery Education, and Edinburgh College of Art will provide a national platform for sharing best practice with colleagues and for joining up thinking, identifying problems and determining goals for future models in supporting schools, teachers and pupils to engage with contemporary art.

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A new model for research in contemporary art - supporting new audiences and galleries across the UK.

Dr Glyn Davis from the School of Design will lead the three-year, HERA-funded project.