Tag Archives: Edinburgh

New Art in the City dates

Art in the City provides an opportunity for people whose lives are affected by dementia and their friends, families and carers to share a gallery visit and discuss art (and other things) in a friendly and supportive environment. Image: Robert … Continue reading

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A letter to Santa

This letter to Santa comes from the Museum of Childhood collections.  It dates from 1984 and (very much on trend) asks for Castle Greyskull, He-Man, Battle Cat, Skeletor, Panthor, Skeletor and the Knight Rider car! What is on your list … Continue reading

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Some of my 2018 highlights

At this time of year our thoughts often turn back to the events of the last 12 months. So I wanted to write a blog to celebrate some of my key events of 2018. One of the big events for … Continue reading

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Cats, dogs and gnomes…

For the festive season we are sharing some of our seasonal collections on social media. These images are of Christmas cards in the collections at the Museum of Childhood. These cards prove that people still loved cat pictures in the … Continue reading

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The Wee Museum of Newhaven

The Wee Museum of Newhaven at Victoria Primary School is now open and you can see the new exhibition ‘Newhaven Stories’.                                        … Continue reading

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Edwin G. Lucas

This week Adi has written a post about the life of Edwin G Lucas. You can discover the varied and unique work of Lucas in our exhibition Edwin G. Lucas: An Individual Eye (on at the City Art Centre until 10 February … Continue reading

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Adi’s new blog

Adi, our Next Step Initiative intern has written a  blog about the most recent Art in the City session. You can read Adi’s previous blog here. Art in the City is for people who are affected by dementia and their friends, … Continue reading

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