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Emma Nicolson, Head of Exhibitions, Royal Botanic Gardens will discuss the process of working with artists and communities from her career with Atlas through to curator at the Botanics, focussing on engagement with the environment.

Emma Nicolson, Head of Exhibitions, Royal Botanic Gardens will discuss the process of working with artists and communities from her career with Atlas through to curator at the Botanics, focussing on engagement with the environment.

Emma Nicolson, Head of Exhibitions, Royal Botanic Gardens will discuss the process of working with artists and communities from her career with Atlas through to curator at the Botanics, focussing on engagement with the environment.

We are looking for recent School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture graduates who are interested in using the Minto House ESALA Projects space to undertake a residency to develop a programme of outreach or community engagement activities.

Monthly talks on research-related career issues for academics and postgraduate students.

Fashion graduate Rhys McKenna believes that current students can learn from his unique career path and choices, and has decided to share his wisdom with them at our Alumni Insights events.

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Studying Intermedia - BA (Hons) at ECA equipped Elinor with the skillset to pursue a career in the arts industry amidst a global pandemic.

ECA alumni form a creative network that has been making its mark on the global arts scene since the early twentieth century.

Our alumni form a uniquely diverse and talented global community. Here you can update your details, read career profiles and find out more about opportunities and benefits available to our alumni.

After spending a number of years working in an architectural practice Kirill decided to pursue an academic career in the field of architectural history. ECA offered him not only excellent facilities and renowned teaching staff but also several courses on his field of interest - Soviet architecture.