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Axolotl Gallery new exhibition 4th March 2011

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Two new exhibitions open today at Axolotl on Dundas StreetFrank McGonigal New Works Prolific Scottish artist Francis (Frank) McGonigal was born of an Italian immigrant mother and Scottish father on 31 October 1958 in Crosslee...

Travelling Gallery

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Have you heard of The Travelling Gallery? No we had heard nothing about it till very recently!So what is it? Well it seems to be a big bus filled with arty things....Over the next...

Charity art auction for ChildLine

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Some of Edinburgh’s finest artists have donated pieces of their own art to an auction in aid of a vital helpline service for children. Members of the Edinburgh art community such as Deborah Cameron, Damian...

Vettriano finds a home in The Scottish National Portrait Gallery

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A self-portrait by Jack Vettriano will feature in a new display at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, which is to re-open this autumn after a major refurbishment.Titled The Weight, the painting depicts the artist...

Art exhibition in Thistle Street

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Kakao by K, a small fashion boutique located in Edinburgh city centre specialising in women’s fashion and accessories, will be hosting an exciting event in celebration of  Valentine’s Day (which is now imminent in...

Open Eye Gallery exhibits Boyce, Bellany and Rodger

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The Open Eye's new exhibition opens on 31 January, although there is a private view on Saturday 29th. It includes work by Willie Rodger RSA RGI. Before graduating from Glasgow School of Art in...

Art exhibition at The Out of the Blue Drill Hall 24 January to 5...

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Exhibition by Maryam Hashemi & Haleh Jamali Monday 24th January - Saturday 5th February 10am - 5pm (excluding Sundays) Free entryAn exhibition by two contemporary Iranian artists, Maryam Hashemi and Haleh Jamali, exploring...

Exhibition:- Blurred Boundaries at The Old Ambulance Depot 15 to 21 January 2011

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From as early as Charles Rennie Mackintosh in the late nineteenth century, interdisciplinary practice has prevailed without any significant critical or theoretical recognition. As interdisciplinary practice has become more prominent within the wider creative landscape,...

Fruitmarket Gallery – Childish things exhibition

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Creative Scotland respond to the Scottish Budget

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Sir Sandy Crombie, Chairman, Creative Scotland Board speaking after the Scottish Government unveiled its budget, said:‘This is a welcome expression of confidence in the contribution that the arts, screen and creative industries will make...

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