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Friday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Edinburgh Zoo is open today! Please note: entrance charges apply, some animal houses close 30 minutes before the Zoo closes, Zoo opening may be affected by severe weather (see website for updates), and you...

What’s On In Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 22ND DECEMBER 2014 Dog Tales: The Dogs Trust will host this storytelling and crafts session about safety around dogs and responsible dog ownership. For ages 5-10. 2-3pm, Gilmerton Library, 13 Newtoft Street.Messy Nativity! 4-5.30pm,...

Major works from National Galleries of Scotland going to America

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 The National Galleries of Scotland is to send a selection of major works from the national collection to the United States over the next year. This touring show will raise the international profile of...

Supporting Scotland’s Art – The Friends of the National Galleries of Scotland

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I once asked someone what people got from supporting a particular arts organisation. 'The warm glow of friendship (and that's your lot)' came the reply. As a Friend of the National Galleries of Scotland, you...

What’s on in Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 30 JUNE 2014Continuing: GENERATION: 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland. Venues include the Scottish Gallery of Modern Art One, Scottish National Gallery, Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Fruitmarket Gallery and Collective Gallery, with...

GENERATION – 25 years of contemporary art in Scotland

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It's been more than three years in the making, and this week all the work and wild imaginings have paid off: GENERATION, the National Galleries of Scotland's largest ever exhibition, opens to the public...

What’s on in Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 9 JUNE 2014Love in a Library: pop-up opera in association with Edinburgh International Festival, featuring songs from Schumann, Schubert, Wagner, Quilter & Gershwin.  2.30-3.30pm, Stockbridge Library, Hamilton Place.  Free, no booking required. (THIS...

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 2  JUNE 2014Anthony Penrose: Backstage at the Lee Miller Archives.  A behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the

What’s On In Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 26 MAY 2014Looking Glass Books - First Time Solo; Iain Maloney launches his debut novel, the story of four RAF men preparing for war 'in a world where moral absolutes are being discarded...

What’s on in the Edinburgh arts world this week?

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It's another busy week in the capital, with lots of things to do every day.  As usual, almost all of them are FREE - so as you'll have had your tea, your evenings will...

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art – Bellany’s gift

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Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art 12 October 2013 – 1 March 2014 The internationally renowned Scottish artist John Bellany, who died in August at the age of 71, gifted one of his finest late paintings...

World’s Largest Art Show to feature works from National Galleries of Scotland

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Two works from the collections of the National Galleries of Scotland, Revd Dr Robert Walker Skating on Duddingston Loch by Sir Henry Raeburn and Work No. 975: EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE ALRIGHT by Martin Creed, will form part...

Romantic art launches a celebration of Verdi

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 To celebrate the bicentenary of the great Italian Opera composer, Guiseppe Verdi, Scotland's oldest  company Edinburgh Grand Opera  will be performing the love story La Traviata  (The Fallen Woman).    The production has been made...

New art app launched today by National Galleries of Scotland

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 Ever wondered how art from paintings to sculpture, from modern art to the classics, can knit together? Ever pondered a link between Picasso, Botticelli and the artist behind the renovation of the Scotsman Steps...

Director of Scottish National Portrait Gallery retires

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 The National Galleries of Scotland announces today that James Holloway CBE will retire from his post as Director of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery at the end of January 2012.   James Holloway began his career...

Portrait Gallery project awarded £2m by The Scottish Government

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The world's first purpose-built portrait gallery is a step closer to opening again to the public as the Scottish Government confirms an additional £2 million to renovate and revitalise the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. The...

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