Archived details of our speakers and their seminar topics.

A public series of talks by leading national and international artists and thinkers.

An annual public lecture by a distinguished art historian marking the collaboration between the University of Edinburgh and National Galleries of Scotland. 

Free public lectures given by leading international visitors to the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.

A programme of annual public talks at ECA by some of the most innovative people working in the arts, worldwide, today.

Archived details of our speakers and their lecture topics.

In The White Pube: Origin Story, Gabrielle and Zarina talk candidly about their young and weird careers as critics in the big old white male boring ass art world. They talk money, stress, success and why they are peddling embodied criticism and subjectivity over another way of writing.

In The White Pube: Origin Story, Gabrielle and Zarina talk candidly about their young and weird careers as critics in the big old white male boring ass art world. They talk money, stress, success and why they are peddling embodied criticism and subjectivity over another way of writing.

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This lecture performs relationships between cyberfeminism, witchcraft, and abjection, within the context of a body of work including spells, karaoke, installation, and a science fiction novella.

This lecture performs relationships between cyberfeminism, witchcraft, and abjection, within the context of a body of work including spells, karaoke, installation, and a science fiction novella.

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A seminar series organised by postgraduate research students of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.

Histories of image production, reception and even exhibition are diversifying across the globe, and with the infinite expansion of digital media, representations are evolving too. Given this premise, which images or cultural traces do we acknowledge as legitimate testimonies of our time, and have they become more inclusive?

Histories of image production, reception and even exhibition are diversifying across the globe, and with the infinite expansion of digital media, representations are evolving too. Given this premise, which images or cultural traces do we acknowledge as legitimate testimonies of our time, and have they become more inclusive?