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.

Congratulations on your graduation!

We are delighted to welcome you to the Edinburgh College of Art alumni community. Let us help with what's next.

Wanting to learn more about sustainability within the design industry, Ernesto Carvajal left his home in Quito, Ecuador to join the Advanced Sustainable Design - MSc programme at Edinburgh College of Art. Now, working at an architectural practice in Boston, USA, Ernesto is planning to work with an indigenous community in Ecuador to construct a community centre using sustainable building methods.


Find out about the many opportunities to be part of our global creative community, from studying here as an international student, to travelling abroad.

The University is committed to providing an environment in which all members of the University community treat each other with dignity and respect.

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.

Resilient Borders is a project by students on our Advanced Sustainable Design masters.

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

Parity in Practice is a multi-disciplinary cluster that brings together academics, students, practitioners, activists and community members to explore the role of meaningful democratic participation in imagining alternative practices in arts, pedagogy, and policy.

As EDI Directors we stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and oppose racism in all its forms.