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Fringe 2023: Sound and Vision

Sound and vision is another event at The Fringe this year, aiming to bring the arts to everyone. A David Bowie-inspired painting class that will provide you with top-notch materials…

Flaunting Szafki: a Dovecot Retrospective

Yusef Szafki’s paintings are brought together at Dovecot Studios for the first time, in part due to the completion of the textile piece The Stones are Whispering, 2018. The rug,…

Alison Watt’s A Portrait Without Likeness

Alison Watt’s A Portrait Without Likeness is a new exhibition that feels uniquely contemporary while simultaneously drawing inspiration from Allan Ramsay’s famous eighteenth century portraits of his wives and series…

In Conversation with an Edinburgh College of Art Student: Ruthella Dafnis

With a name like Ruthella Love Dafnis you cannot deny this woman was born to be a great artist. Ruth grew up in a hippie-alternative family where she was encouraged…

‘The Fruit Family’: a series on wealth and power in a modern context

Until I went to secondary school, art was of no real importance to me.  There were no artists in my family, and being a part of a huge Indian network…

The vanishing visibility of physical culture and what this means

The technological advancements of the 20th century brought with them an overhaul in the way culture was created, received and distributed, with change being marked in very visible tangible ways.…

Loving Vincent

Loving Vincent: a film seven years in the making; a film that may never happen again; a film endeavouring to talk about one of the most famous artists ever to…

William Gillies and John Maxwell at City Art Centre

The current exhibition on at the City Arts Centre is the collected works of Scottish artist’s William Gillies and John Maxwell. While the two men were distinctively different in style…