Photographs from the opening of the exhibition ‘STRAVAIG’. From the Scots [to wander, roam, traverse] ‘STRAVAIG’ is an exhibition of material wanderings from all current Art Space and Nature MAFA students.
Inspired by fieldwork in the ancient Black Wood of Rannoch, Arboreal is a group exhibition by the students of the Art, Space and Nature master programme at the Edinburgh College of Art. Included works are visual, cognitive, tactile and sensory articulations of the forest, promising to engage all senses.
Saturday 24 May 12.00-17.00
Sunday 25 May (reception) 17.00-20.00
Monday 26 May 12.00-17.00
ADDRESS: 48 Hamilton Place, Edinburgh, EH3 5AY
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Dwelling in the Moorlands is a week long exhibition by Javier Vidal Aguilera, MFA candidate and architect from Spain, that features a design for a hypothetical dwelling inspired by the context of the moorland of Lewis and Harris, Scotland.
Opening reception will be held tomorrow, Tuesday 22 April from 5:00-8:00 PM.
The Topoi exhibition series continued this past Thursday with the opening of “Utopia?”, a reaction to the meaning of utopia in today’s world. The exhibition included video, photography, sculpture, cupcakes (!!!) and performance (subtle hints of cynicism included).
Join us this coming Thursday (November 21) for the next exhibition in the Topoi series- “Topology.”
Join the students of Art, Space and Nature for their first exhibition of the Topoi Exhibition Series-
Topography: Exploring the natural, artificial, three-dimensional, and surface features of land.
Opening will be Thursday, 17th October at 4pm.
Exhibition will take place at Tent Gallery, Ground Floor of Evolution House, Edinburgh College of Art, 78 West Port at Lady Lawson [map]
Exhibition runs from 18th October to 23rd October 9am-5pm.