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The Museum Without a Home at Chrystal Macmillan

The Museum Without A Home: An Exhibition of Hospitality at the Chrystal Macmillan, conceived and curated by Oxfam, Amnesty International and Student Action for Refugees, seeks to celebrate small acts…

Belonging: Lost Voices at Coburg House

Hussain Akrad’s art presents a shattered impression of humanity, combining a lurid, dream-like sense of displacement with vividly focused images of a harsh and destructed reality. Currently displayed at Coburg…

Scottish Dance Theatre’s Process Day & The Circle at Festival Theatre

On Wednesday, Scottish Dance Theatre came to Festival Theatre to present for one night only Process Day & The Circle, two acts of contemporary dance performed by a group of…

God is a womxn – Clitbait’s 1st Birthday Party

January the 16th saw the 1st birthday party of Clitbait, an intersectional feminist website run by University of Edinburgh duo Lilah Hyman and Laila Ghaffar. The website presents essayistic meditations,…

The Collective Museum at Collective

Tucked away at the top of Calton Hill is the old observatory tower, now housing an art space called Collective. The current exhibition – The Collective Museum – documents L’Atelier…

Looking back at a semester of Art

This semester has seen an outstanding array of exhibitions and arty events around the city; as the days have grown darker and the air cooler, our artists have stood their…

The RSA’s 193rd Annual Exhibition

This month, the Royal Scottish Academy presents its 193rd annual exhibition, showcasing the very best works from its academicians across Scotland. Earlier this week I headed over to Prince’s Street…

Unique and Inspiring: St Margaret’s House

For this edition I wanted to bring St. Margaret’s House, one of Edinburgh’s most important but lesser-known galleries, into the spotlight. Regularly holding impressive exhibitions as part of an innovative…