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Johnson uses mussel to claim Musselburgh design award

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The Mussel has been selected as the Musselburgh Conservation Society Design Award 2019 and Finlay Lockie (pictured right), patron of Musselburgh Conservation Society, presented the award to sculptor, Michael Johnson (pictured left). He created...

Breathe in the Mythic Decay at Jupiter Artland – Daniel Lie: The Negative Years

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I could smell the manure before I saw Daniel Lie’s remarkable work at Jupiter Artland. As I followed the scent up the sculpture park's drive I finally saw the small mountain of horse droppings....

Glitter Defiance at Jupiter Campout Romanti-Crash!

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 Romance at a festival is more than just a drunken kiss in a soggy tent when Jupiter Artland gets involved.  It’s a chance to dissect marriage with glittery absurdity and reconstruct the parts into...

Exhibition FRESH at Whitespace

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The exhibition 'FRESH' is the debut show for the Edinburgh art collective bearing the same name.This is an exciting new art group, showcasing a diverse range of media including painting, drawing, performance, installation and sculpture.Contemporary...

Top artists backing Leith School of Art fundraiser

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More than 50 British-based artists are contributing work to an auction to raise funds for Leith School of Art (LSA) which has inspired thousands of students since 1988.Cash from the sale will allow LSA...

Saturday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Bookbug: songs and rhymes for young children. 10.30-11am, Oxgangs Library, 343 Oxgangs Road North.GENERATION Tours at Modern One: free, discussion-led tours of the exhibition, focusing on key themes and artists. 11-11.45am or 1-1.45pm, Scottish...

Fergusson sculpture kept under his bed to be sold at auction

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 “Eastre, Hymn to the Sun”, a sculpture valued at £12,000-18,000, by Scottish Colourist John Duncan Fergusson, which lay under his bed for three years before he could afford to have it cast, will be...

Chocolate and Moonlight Sonata set to delight at Jupiter Artland

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Jupiter Artland opens on 17 May this year and runs till the end of September with a huge programme of installations, daily performances and solo shows by contemporary artists. This will be one of the...

Scotland’s Culture Secretary tours The Kelpies with sculptor Andy Scott

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Scotland’s Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs, Fiona Hyslop MSP, was in Falkirk last week to review progress on the construction phase of The Kelpies – the two 30-metre high horses head sculptures...

The Edinburgh Art Festival – Patterns of parley outside the city

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There are many ways to escape the hustle and bustle of the Festival but none quite as beautiful, thoughtful and connected as Jupiter Artland just fifteen minutes south of the city.  It’s not a...

Paper sculptures return to Edinburgh after their Scottish tour

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Edinburgh's Mysterious Book Sculptures return for homecoming exhibition following tour of ScotlandThe beautiful literary sculptures are to be exhibited together at The Scottish Poetry Library for the first Book Week Scotland on 24 November...

New era begins for Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop

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https://player.soundcloud.com/player.swf?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F52188380 Edinburgh Reporter Radio – New era begins for Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop by bobertdEdinburgh Reporter Radio visited the Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop's new Bill Scott Centre to find out more about this new space, who...

Jungle City at the Botanics

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‘Megar-Crocodylus-Palustris’ by London based artist and designer Antonia Tibble can be seen keeping an eye on the Tropical Aquatic House at the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh as part of the ‘Jungle City’ exhibition....

Edinburgh becomes Jungle City

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‘Jungle City’, Scotland’s biggest outdoor art event has been unveiled this week.  For 20 days, The Royal Botanic Gardens in Inverleith Row will be home to 130 life size sculptures of some of the...

At The Open Eye Gallery from 22 April 2011

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The Open Eye Gallery is now exhibiting paintings and sculptors from three British artists between 22 April 2011 and 10 May.The three artists are Philip Reeves, Sylvia von Hartmann and Michael Snowden.The Philip Reeves...

Elephant Charity brings Jungle Fever to Edinburgh

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The charity Elephant Family are bringing their show-stopping sculptures to Edinburgh this Summer after fantastic success in London last year.Registered in 2002 Elephant Family are a vibrant charity with big plans and they are...

Paolozzi – son of Leith

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Pupils in Edinburgh have revealed a giant playground mural inspired by the work of famous artist and Leith born former pupil, Sir Eduardo Paolozzi.The Paolozzi-inspired playground pop art was officially unveiled...

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,...

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