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Interrogating art and climate change

Within Edinburgh alone, there has been a collection of recent exhibitions focusing on the environment. The Talbot Rice Gallery has organised The Recent; The City Art Centre has presented Shifting…

Kyiv is the Unbreakable Heart of Europe at the Museum of Edinburgh

This intimate photography exhibition showcases 32 images commissioned by the Kyiv City State Administration. Prior to settling in Edinburgh, Kyiv is the Unbreakable Heart of Europe was on show in…

University is a time to grow – as students and individuals

This Editorial was first published in our first print edition of the 2023-24 Academic Year To take a different tone to my fellow EiC team, coming into the position of…

Markéta Luskačová at Stills

Markéta Luskačová is a Czech social photographer, born in 1944, who has worked in the industry since 1968. She has worked in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Ireland, and Great…

Reconfiguring the Nude: A review of Summerhall’s Life Class

My flatmate and I have been intermittently attending the Reconfigure life drawing class at Summerhall since the start of this academic year. It was her suggestion, to try out something…

Review: Rick and Morty Season 5

This article was originally submitted on the 4th April If you know me, or have been in my flat, you’ll know how much I love Rick and Morty. Yes, I…

Two-Pound Tuesdays at the Edinburgh Filmhouse!

This article was originally submitted on the 5th April Calling all film fanatic students! Living in Edinburgh, a fantastic cultural centre, we have a great selection of cinemas to get…

Francis and The Godfather- Should Hollywood stop making films about itself?

Hollywood has a long history about making movies about itself and of the magic of cinema. We can look as far back as the first A Star is Born in…